INTEPRO appointed as distributor for Preen

INTEPRO SYSTEMS have been appointed by Preen, a specialist manufacturer of test and measurement power sources, as their distributor for the USA and Europe. These new product lines will help to complement and widen INTEPRO’s existing portfolio and are expected to deliver new business with established customers as well as taking INTEPRO into the new, fast-growing, green energy industries.   

Established in 1989 Preen have become a major manufacturer of AC and DC power sources and frequency converters and is one of only three manufactures of “Regenerative” AC power sources.

Headquartered in Taiwan, Preen produces 65MW of AC power products per year and has three factories with 370 employees, including an R&D team of 55 engineers. In addition to supplying a large number of global OEMs Preen has provided Grid simulators and voltage regulator sources to most international EMC certification labs where clean controllable energy is key to their customers operation.

Preen not only works in renewable energy and electric vehicle development and test but also in  more traditional markets of test and burn-in of industrial and military systems, IT, automotive, medical and white goods. The Preen product provides a range of solutions and includes Linear Transistor AC power sources from 0.5 to kVA, Industrial AC power sources operating at 47~63Hz rated from 0.5 to 2000kVA, Military 400Hz AC power sources from 0.5 to 400kVA, 45~500Hz Wide Frequency power sources from 0.5 to 300kVA, Shore Frequency Converters from 300 to 1200A and Grid Simulation power supplies from 6 to 2000kVA.

Preen offer a full range of services to customers including on-site planning and technical consultancy, full engineering installation service and an upgrade support in the event of a regulation change.

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