Custom Engineered Power Electronics

Smart Power Solutions is based in Leeds in the UK and was founded in 2001. We specialise in the development and manufacture of intelligent high-efficiency power electronics systems both for static and rotating applications. We have taken our considerable experience gained working on sophisticated motor drives and applied it to power supplies, battery chargers, power conditioners and grid tied inverters. Our engineers have successfully tackled a wide variety of systems from high volume cost sensitive automotive and appliance applications all the way through to lower volume high power systems for industrial and railway traction auxiliaries applications.

BSI and UKAS

ISO9001 Acreditation

A fantastic achievement and we are as convinced as ever that this will bring real value to the company and our customers.

ISO9001 Acreditation

A fantastic achievement and we are as convinced as ever that this will bring real value to the company and our customers.

Recent News

COVID-19 Update

SPS continues to function as effectively as possible during these challenging times in order to support our staff, customers and economy. The safety of our staff is of course paramount. As requested by UK government, where possible they are working from home.  All staff have access to all their normal design tools and resources. Please […]

Motor Drive Development – Still innovative after 20 years!!

Recently our Commercial Partner (Ms Patricia Elliott B.Eng) was kindly given an item by the company she used to work for (Nidec SR Drives Ltd.).  It was the last product she worked on before she left to set up Smart Power Solutions with our Technical Partner (Dr. Charlie Elliott). It is a high-power commercial vacuum […]

Visit to Dynex

Our Technical Partner Dr. Charlie Elliott visited Dynex in Lincoln yesterday. As well as a general catch up he wanted to discuss possible technical collaboration utilisting SPS’s experience with power electronics systems development. Charlie first came across Dynex when they were GEC Plessy Semiconductors as a graduate trainee at GEC Electrial Projects in 1991. It […]