High Voltage Power Supply is arc/short circuit protected.

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Model 2600 digitally controlled high voltage power supply is designed for system component or stand alone use in applications requiring stable (10 ppm/hour), perfectly regulated (0.001%), very low ripple (<100 mVp-p) source of high voltage power. Standard configurations include 15 Watt, 30 kV, and 60 kV versions of either positive or negative polarity. Model 2600 is controlled through fiber optic cable, and interfaces to I/O computer ports.



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Digitally Controlled High Voltage Power Supply


Computer Power Supply has developed Model 2600 Digitally Controlled High Voltage Power Supply. The 2600 Power Supply is designed for system component or stand alone laboratory use in applications requiring a stable (10 ppm/hour), perfectly regulated (0.001%), very low ripple (<100 mVp-p) source of high voltage power. Standard configurations include 15 Watt, 30 kV and 60 kV versions of either positive or negative polarity, factory selected. Model 2600 is controlled through fiber optic cable, which provides complete electrical isolation and easy interfacing to any standard I/O computer port. This isolation between the power supply and the computer protects the computer from the effects of high voltage discharges. An optional Rs-232 to fiber optic interface is available. Users can program ramp-up time, voltage and current limits, voltage set point, duty cycle, output wobbling, voltage and current metering gains and offsets, etc. The advantages of this design include low stored energy (<650 mJ at 30 kV), compact packaging, and low temperature coefficient (10 ppm/°C). The power supply is completely arc and short circuit protected. Applications include Electron Microscopes, Ion and Electron Beam Systems, Measurement and Test Equipment, and many others.

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