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X-ray High Voltage Power Supply XRHV01-PS

X-ray High Voltage Power Supply XRHV01-PS

Technical data

Supply voltage 85 - 260 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Output voltage range (VO) 0 - 15 kV
Output current range (IO) 0 - 50 mA
Max output power 800W
Voltage regulation <0.005%
Polarity positive
Remote control via indirect coupled analogue I/O (male D-SUB 9) | set and monitor 0 - 5V
Protection over load and short circuit, voltage supply and temperature
Dimensions 483 x 45 x 420 mm (W x H x D), 19" rack mountable
Weight (approx.) 6.5 kg

High voltage power supply is dedicated for X-ray source RS 40B1.

The XRHV01-PS unit provides a 0 to 15 kV output voltage and 800 W max. output power. The power supply is controlled via analogue I/O by XR40B-EC. The high voltage can be set via 0 - 5 V analog input,  corresponding to a monitored 0 - 15 kV output voltage. The current limit can be set via 0 - 5 V analog input corresponding to a monitored output current of 0 - 50 mA. The output is fully protected in case of either short or overload current.

Additional information
Full functionality only in connection with the Emission Controller XR40B-EC.

Download X-ray Source RS40B1 & XR40B Electronics Set brochure

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