HAUG Power Supplies

Haug has a variety of power supplies or power packs to address each application depending on the critical nature of the specific use. For non-critical applications the standard EN-C power supply is a low cost means to power the ionizing products. The EN-C has two outlets (also called the EN-C2) to handle two ionizing product connections. The EN-C4 has four outlets to handle up to four (4) connections. The EN-C2 and EN-C4 are CSA approved for North and South American Applications. The EN-SL or S-Line power supplies or power packs are CE approved and used where the CE mark is necessary. Variations in the EN-SL or S-Line are the EN-SL LC or S-line LC where and indicating light indicates if there is a problem with the power supply and the EN-SL-RLC or S-line RLC which has a signal socket to connect to a main center to signal fault if it occurs. The EN8 power supply has eight (8) connections for a multiple requirement of ionizers off one power pack and fault indicating light. The EN 70, EN 70 LC and EN 70 RLC has tow pairs of connections which are offset in phase by the second pair of connections to be used in very high speed applications to insure effective static elimination. Like the S-Line they have a version with an indicating fault light (the EN 70 LC), and one with a socket to connect a line to a main board to indicate if any fault occurs (the EN 70 RLC). The Multistat goes even further with four connections and a analog gauge to show the voltage used to assure it is within operating range, as well as a socket to wire into a main board to signal a problem should it occur. A version of the Multistat (or the Multistat-Ex) is for explosion proof static elimination applications with a built-in feature to shut down should the potential exist for a spark to occur.

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High Voltage Power Pack Transformers EN-C/EN-C4

The Haug Static Control Power Supply EN-C high voltage transformer is a popular low cost power supply used to power most Haug ionizing systems and produces a high voltage in the range of 7,000 to 8,000 volts  The EN-C2 has two outlets and the EN-C4 has four outlets.  An indicating light tells you there is power to the unit and is operating.   The units come complete with the patented X-2000 connection the prevents anyone from getting a shock should the unit be plugged in or disconnected accidentally while the power supplies are on.  CSA approved.


The Haug S-Line or EN-SL Power Supplies or Power Pack units are CE approved for European applications and where the CE approval is required. Like the EN-C the EN-SL series produces a high voltage in the range of 7,000 to 8,000 volts. The S-line series comes in three versions. The EN-SL has two outlets and an indicator light to show that the power supply is ready to use. The EN-SL LC had a fault monitoring system built in so that the indicating light flashes if there is a problme in the system. The EN Sl RLC has a socket to connect to a separate main board to indicate if a fault occurs.

EN 8 LC and EN8

The EN 8 LC power supply or high voltage power pack in a high quality (4) outlet power supply built to operate up to 4 ionizing attachments. A builtin monitoring system cause the indicating light to blink if there is a fault in the system. The four connections are gas-tight high-voltage connections with IP 54 protection class I as per VDE. The EN 8 LC produces a high voltage in the 7–8 kVAC range. The EN 8 is the same unit without the fault indicating system.

Multistat and Multistat-EX

The Multistat power pack like all Haug power supplies produce a high voltage of 7 – 8 kVAC to operate all HAUG ionizing units. The Multistat has four outlets but also has an analog gauge to indicate f the operating high voltage is within range for the ionizing systems to work. There is also a signal output connection to run to a main board to signal problem or fault. The Multistat-EX is for operating explosion proof Haug static bars which meet international Atex standards and has a builtin system to shut down if there is a chance of a spark developing.