Power supplies & heating controllers

X-ray Cooling Controller XRCB-02

X-ray Cooling Controller XRCB-02

Technical data

Supply voltage

230 VAC (with water pump)
110 VAC (with water pump)
110-240VAC (without water pump)
Water cooling max. 6 bar, 5 l/min.
prepared for de-ionized water
Dimensions 483 x 133 x 295 mm (W x H x D), 19' rack mountable
Weight (approx.) 18 kg

The XRCB-02 Cooling Controller is mainly used to cooling control of the X-ray sources.

Water cools the X-ray source’s anode, which operates at high potential. All water cooling pipework is electrically isolated. The XRCB-02 cooling controller requires a water feed from a re-circulating chiller for correct operation. Water flow, temperature and pressure are continually monitored.

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

- cooling controller can handle up to two X-ray sources
- over pressure safety valve
- anti condensing internal pipework
- high voltage resistance pipework for cooling water
- adjustable flowmeter and over pressure valve
- communication with cooling box is via fiber optic wire

Download X-ray Source RS40B1 & XR40B Electronics Set brochure

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