High-voltage power supply, 10 kV

LD 52170
High-voltage power supply, 10 kV
High-voltage power supply, 10 kV

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Description

Floating high-voltage source with centre tap, continually adjustable or controllable via an external voltage, for electrostatic experiments, experiments on radioactivity, as well as operation of spectral tubes, gas discharge tubes and field-emission microscope. With built-in high-voltage proof transformer for tapping a heating voltage (6.3 V/2 A) for electron tubes. The integrated 2½ digit instrument permits display of the voltage present at any of the output sockets. Passive current limiting ensures that no dangerous contact voltages can occur.

Technical data

  • Output voltages:
    (1) 0 to + 5 kV
    (2) 0 to - 5 kV
    (3) 0 to 10 kV
    (4) 6.3 V AC, high-voltage protection up to 10 kV
    4-mm safety sockets
  • Load capacity:
    (1) max. 2 mA (short-circuit current)
    (2) max. 100 µA (short-circuit current)
    (3) max. 200 µA (short-circuit current)
    (4) 2 A
  • External control voltage:
    0 - 5 V DC
    0 - 5 Vp up to 1 Hz
  • Voltage indicator: 2½ digit LED, 12.5 mm
  • Supply voltage: 230 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Protection: T 0.5
  • Power consumption: 30 VA
  • Dimensions: 20 cm x 21 cm x 23 cm
  • Weight: 3.5 kg

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