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X-ray Source Electronics Set XR40B

X-ray Source Electronics Set XR40B 1/4
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Technical data

Supply voltage
XR40B-EC
XRHV01-PS
XRCB02



100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
85 - 260 VAC, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC (with water pump)
110 VAC (with water pump)
110-240VAC (without water pump)
Emission current range (Ie) 0 - 50 mA, accuracy 0.1 mA
Anode high voltage range (UHV) 0.5 kV - 15 kV, accuracy 0.1 kV
Cathode current (Icath) output 1: 2.5 A
output 2: up to 6 A in operate mode
Anode power limit 750 W
Emission curent ramp 0.1 - 50 mA/sec
High voltage ramp 1 - 1000 V/sec
Interlocks XR40B-EC master, 2 X-ray cover, high vacuum, cooling water, remote
Water cooling XRCB02 max. 6 bar, 6 l/min.
prepared for de-ionized water
Communication interface RS232/485, Ethernet
Communication protocol MODBUS-TCP
User interface XR40B-EC 7" TFT display with touchscreen, digital encoder
Interface languages English, German, Polish
Dimensions XR40B-EC 483 x 133 x 380 mm (W x H x D), 19" rack mountable
Weight (approx.) XR40B-EC 7 kg
Dimensions XRHV01-PS 483 x 45 x 420 mm (W x H x D), 19" rack mountable
Weight (approx.) XRHV01-PS 6.5 kg
Dimensions XRCB02 483 x 133 x 295 mm (W x H x D), 19' rack mountable
Weight (approx.) XRCB-02 18 kg

The XR40B set comprises 3 units for full control of the X-ray Source RS40B1:
XR40B-EC Emission Controller,
XRHV01-PS High Voltage Power Supply and
XRCB-02 Cooling Box.

The XR40B-EC unit controls the emission current of the X-ray source and also the XRHV01-PS high voltage power supply, displaying both, the high voltage and emission current, on a single display. The XR40B-EC displayed emission current is the exact emission current (corrected by the water leakage current of the cooling system). This combination allows very convenient and stable control of the X-ray source. The unit stores information about total anode working time and dissipated power. Communication with cooling box is via fiber optic wire. The XR40B set has both operational and standby modes, guaranteeing the most accurate and stable emission at the start of an experiment. The XRCB02 cooling box delivers water cooling safely and efficiently to the anode and to the housing. It is fully interlocked, monitoring water temperature, pressure and flow, so that the instrument can only operate if fully safe to do so. The cooling box can handle up to two X-ray sources. Autosave function (XR40B-EC unit) for saving your parameters/unit preset and applying them automatically after restart.

Options
- X-ray monochromator quartz crystal heating
- Software control (Version Pro, Extended or Library Module)

Note
If any interlock condition is not met, the source cannot be powered on. In addition to these three interlocked safety mechanisms, water leakage current is continuously monitored.

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