Northvale’s New Yorker Electronics to distribute N2Power products

December 18, 2018 by  

New Yorker Electronics, a Northvale company, recently signed an agreement with N2Power Power Solutions to distribute N2Power’s products and develop a world-wide supply network for them.

N2Power is a leading maker of power-dense, ultra-small, high-efficiency power supplies that are also friendly to the environment. N2Power makes some of the smallest AC-DC 125 watt to 500-watt units available.

In addition, the N2Power power supplies are extremely efficient, working for longer periods of time between failures, and losing little energy as heat. This means the cost to cool them is less; some need no force-air cooling at all.

N2Power designs power supplies for medical systems, which requires extreme proficiency as well as reliability. Since these supplies are being used in critical medical applications, they have to meet stringent guidelines. To meet these standards, N2Power has implemented its own risk management standards that are higher than those required by ISO.

Since the power supplies are so efficient and reliable, they are also popular in other fields including broadcasting, transportation, information technology, and gaming. Companies like this that produce many products can use brochure printing to develop a catalog of their offerings.

In addition, since the power supplies are so critical, New York electronics also has to meet specific standards for its distribution activities. It is an AS9120B and ISO 9001:2015 certified source for inductors, filters, connectors, semi-conductors, resistors, capacitors, and more.