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

IPC-A-610 Certified Trainer

We are fortunate in having a very experienced production technician (Elizabeth Thewlis) who joined SPS in June 2012 having previously worked for many years in the power electronics industry. Liz had previously been trained to IPC-A-610 but her certification had lapsed. Given her experience it was an obvious decision to ask her to take the […]

New Member of the Team

As a result of a significant increase in both manufacturing and development work, SPS has taken on another full time engineer. Kyriakos Papameletis (Kyri) recently completed his Master’s degree at Leeds University in “Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems”. He will be assisting with supporting test and debug work in manufacturing as well as development […]

Equipment Update

After a 1 month trial, SPS has gone ahead with purchasing a combined frequency response and wide bandwidth impedance analyser (PSM1735 + IAI fixture) manufactured by UK company Newton’s 4th Limited. Having access to this piece of equipment will allow more accurate and reliable characterisation of the frequency response of the significant range of complex […]