Power supplies & heating controllers

Flood Source Power Supply FS40-PS

Flood Source Power Supply FS40-PS

Technical data

Supply voltage 100 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
(power consumption max 75 W)
Beam energy
(low energy range)
0.01 - 50 eV, resolution 0.01 eV
Beam energy
(high energy range)
50 - 1000 eV, resolution 0.1 eV
Emission current 1 - 1000 μA, resolution 0.1 μA
Focus voltage 300 - 1000 V, resolution 0.1 V
Extractor voltage 0 - 150 V, resolution 0.1 V
Analog inputs 4 (0-10V)
Timer dual mode timer 0s - 99h 59m
Communication interface RS232/485, Ethernet
Communication protocol MODBUS-TCP
User Interface 7” TFT display with touchscreen, digital encoder
Interface languages English, German, Polish
Dimensions 483 x 133 x 435 mm (W x H x D), 19" rack mountable or alone
Weight (approx.) 5.2 kg

The FS40-PS power supply allows fine adjustment of all instrument parameters for achieving a wide range of beam profiles.

All adjustable parameters are displayed on the large TFT display with touchscreen. All settings can be manually adjusted or can be stored and recalled automatically after unit switch on. The unit also features a built in timer and automatic standby mode. The FS40-PS can be supplied as a full width 19″ rack mounting unit (3U height) or free standing. Unit can be remotely controlled via one of available interfaces. Unit also provides remote control of beam energy, emission current, focus and extractor voltages using analog interface. Autosave function for saving your parameters/unit preset and applying them automatically after restart.


The FS40-PS power supply is designed for use with the FS40A1 Electron Flood Sources which are used for charge neutralization of insulator and semiconductor samples in XPS/AES and SIMS applications.

- Software control (Version Pro, Extended or Library Module).

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