Voltech - Who We Are
Voltech Instruments is the market leader in the provision of test and measurement solutions for the worldwide power electronics industry. For over 20 years our engineers have been using proven technology to design innovative products that provide trustworthy and easy-to-use measurement solution.
Voltech designs and manufactures a complete range of wound component testers that cater to every power electronics design and test need. From the first digital power analyzer produced over 20 years ago, to the next generation of automatic transformer testers, Voltech is committed to providing practical solutions that help our customers design and test better products, faster.
A Brief History of Voltech
1986 Recognizing a need in the power electronic industry for digital power measurement solutions, Voltech was founded in 1986
1987 Launched the world's first commercially available digital power analyser, the PM1000.
1989 Produced the world's first digital three-phase power analyser, the PM3000.
1991 AT3500 The world's first self-contained automatic transformer tester.
1993 First power analyser to use Digital Signal Processing (D.S.P.) technology, the PM3000A awarded the Queen's Award for Export achievement.
1993 AT1000 transformer tester released.
1995 Produced two low cost power analysers, the PM100 and PM300.
1996 Opened new facilities in the US to provide sales and service support second generation transformer tester launched, the AT3600.
2001 Released the ATi transformer tester / L.C.R. meter.
2004 Developed the industry-first multi-phase power analyser the PM6000.
2006 Opened new facility in Nantong, China.
2007 Next generation, single-phase low cost power analyser released, the PM1000+.
2010 Remains the global leader in power analysers and transformer testers, with offices in Europe, China and the US.
2013 Voltech enters IP agreement with Tektronix. Voltech now focused on Transformer testing market.
2016 DC1000A updated and launched to improve accuracy
2017 AT5600 next generation transformer tester launched