The Hydra Denali features patented technologies and proprietary components that are simply not available in other products. QR/BB™ technology, a non current-limiting electromagnetic breaker and massive internal wiring allow it to power entire systems including high-powered amplifiers while its proprietary CCI™ medical-grade filters reduce noise by an astounding –60db at 1 MHz.
The elegantly carved aluminum base, outriggers and precision machined 50mm stainless steel feet provide a platform for maximum stability and vibration control.
DTCD® DESIGNED (Dynamic Transient Current Delivery)
The Denali was designed using the DTCD® measurement analyzer. DTCD® Analysis is a technique that measures instantaneous current through low impedance electrical conductors and contacts. Shunyata Research uses it to optimize the design, specification and construction of parts and materials to ensure maximum current delivery performance.
CCI™ NOISE REDUCTION
Traditional power conditioners are designed to block noise coming in from outside the home but do not address the noise that is generated by the electronic component’s themselves. In fact, most conditioners reflect noise back into other components connected to the power conditioner. CCI™ (Component-to-Component Interference) is one of the most significant but often overlooked aspects to power system performance. The CCI™ filter consists of a proprietary multi-stage filter that reduces RFI and power supply generated interference.
QR/BB™ and NIC™ NOISE REDUCTION
The NIC™ (Noise Isolation Chamber) is a patented technology that reduces high frequency power line noise. NICs™ use a non-reactive ferroelectric substance that actually absorbs high frequency noise. This allows HYDRA power distributors to reduce noise without any of the negatives associated with conventional power conditioner designs. QR/BB™ is a patented technology that improves system dynamics, especially when used with high powered amplifiers.
~ Patent US 8,658,892 ~
HYDRAULIC ELECTROMAGNETIC BREAKER
Common power conditioners use fuses or thermal breakers for over-current protection. Those devices cause voltage drops, increased contact impedance, thermal noise, excessive heat generation and current limiting effects when heavily loaded. The Denali uses a more advanced solution called a hydraulic electromagnetic breaker that can operate right up the to the maximum current level without the limitations of fuses or thermal breakers.
Shunyata Research has developed proprietary ArNi® conductors. They are created using the highest grade of certified copper available, OFE C10100 (Certified ASTM F68). ArNi® conductors are created in a “hollow tube” VTX™ geometry. Then, they are treated with the Kinetic Phase Inversion Process (KPIP™) for a period of 2 days.
SSF-50 SHUNYATA FOOTER
The SSF-50 is standard equipment on the Denali 6000/T. Shunyata Research tested dozens of the commonly available rubber feet and determined that none of them were adequate for use with Shunyata Research products. After researching multiple forms of energy dissipation methods, the SSF-50 was developed which provides the performance characteristics of an expensive after market footer without the exorbitant cost.
The Denali chassis is constructed with heavy gauge steel and aluminum. Shunyata Research has developed vibration management strategies and vibration reduction panels that measurably reduce resonant vibration levels. All internal modules, filters and electronics are encapsulated in a vibration-absorbent compound.