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Spellman unveils X-ray generator module

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Spellman High Voltage Electronics? X-ray generator? Ethernet? industrial inspection?

Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corp. has rolled out its latest X-ray generator module. According to the company, the space saving uXHP offers up to 80kV at 100W powered from a 24VDC input, extending both the output voltage and power level its recently released uX X-ray generator series.

Spellman used its innovative high voltage packaging techniques and encapsulation technology to produce an ultra-compact state of the art high power X-ray generator module. The 50/65kV uXHP measures 178mm x 73mm x 229mm while the 80kV version measures 178mm x 78mm x 267mm.

Designed to power cathode grounded X-ray tubes from all major X-ray tube providers, the uXHP provides 50kV, 65kV or 80kV at zero to 5mA, power limited to 100W. The uXHP has an adjustable ground isolated filament supply that claims to offer excellent low current operation. The unit features local and remote emission control and is over-voltage and short-circuit protected. A dual high voltage monitor signal addresses applications where redundant high voltage monitoring is required.

The high stability (0.05 per cent over eight hours), very low ripple and tightly regulated uXHP also has fully integrated digital control for output voltage, emission current and filament current limit via Ethernet, RS232 or USB. Spellman's proprietary GUI allows standard operation of the module, and simplifies OEM integration by allowing customised operation of functional parameters. The uXHP is geared for many analytical and industrial inspection applications.





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