BRC-3KW-1KV

3KW,1KV高压电源

通用型,BRC系列
产品品牌:Unipower
原 产 地:美国
输入
Voltage 220V ± 10%
Phase Single Phase
Frequency 50/60 HZ
Current 20
输出
Voltage 0 - 1,000V
Current 0 - 3.0 Amperes
Regulation  
Voltage 0.05%
For ± 10% Line Charges and 0 - 100% load changes within the specified range.
Ripple 0.5% RMS of rated voltage at full load
Stability 0.02% per hour .05% per 8 hours after warm up
Polarity Reversible (Manual)
Efficiency Greater than 80%

 

 

Mechanical Specifications

Chassis Dimensions
Panel 7" W x 19" H
Chassis 16" Deep
Weight 48Lbs.
10kw

 

 

Pin Out

Control – “Local”
Main Circuit Breaker  
Switches High Voltage ON
  High Voltage OFF
  Remote - Local - Rear Panel
Adjustments Voltage 10 T POT
  Current 10 T POT
Indicators High Voltage On
  Standby
  Fault
  Voltage Regulation Mode
  Current Regulation Mode
Meters 3.5 Digits LCD Standard
  ±2% Accuracy "1,000" kV
  ±2% Accuracy "3.00" Amps


User Interface Rear Panel
PIN  
CR139 Overvoltage fault indicator (yellow)
CR135 'Slow' DC overload fault indicator (yellow)
CR133 ARC Rate Counter Fault Indicator (yellow)
CR131 Rail Fault Indicator (yellow)
CR137 Step Start Sequence Fault Indicator (yellow)

Pin Assignments – J4 (HV Regulator 9120010)
Note: Functions that are underlined are operational in both Local and Remote modes. In addition, please note that the local HV OFF switch is operational in both Local and Remote modes for safety reasons.
Pin # Function (Input or Output)
1. Voltage Reference (Input):
This high impedance input should be connected to a low impedance voltage source (less than or equal to 1k ohms). A typical input would be the analog output of a computer interface. Zero volts applied here is equal to a zero volt HV output, and +10V is equal to a +5.0kV HV output (0 to +10V = 0 to +5.0kV).
2. Common Pin for References (Input):
Connect to the return of the analog signal (or other voltage source) applied to pin 1.
3. Current Reference (Input):
This high impedance input should be connected to a low impedance voltage source (less than or equal to 1k ohms). A typical input would be the analog output of a computer interface. Zero volts applied here is equal to a zero ampere HV output, and +10V is equal to a +800mA HV output (0 to +10V = 0 to +800mA).
4. Analog Voltage Monitor (Output):
This low impedance output should be connected to a high impedance load. A typical load would be a voltmeter or the analog input of a computer interface. A micrometer or millimeter, in series with an appropriate resistor, will function well. It is best if the resistor is adjustable so that the meter calibration may be trimmed. Zero to +10V on this pin represents zero to +5.0kV HV output (0 to +10V = 0 to +5.0kV). The source impedance for this signal is 1k ohm.
5. Common Pin for Analog Monitors (Output):
Connect to negative terminal of meters or return of other measurement instrument applied to pins 4 and 6.
6. Analog Current Monitor (Output):
This low impedance output should be connected to a high impedance load. A typical load would be a voltmeter or the analog input of a computer interface. A micrometer or millimeter, in series with an appropriate resistor, will function well. It is best if the resistor is adjustable so that the meter calibration may be trimmed. Zero to +10V on this pin represents zero to +800mA HV output (0 to +10V = 0 to +800mA). The source impedance for this signal is 1k ohm.
7. 8. High Voltage OFF Control (Input):
Connect to a normally closed (NC) set of isolated (“voltage free” or “dry”) switch contacts. Operation of these contacts must be momentary (i.e. the contacts stay closed until the switch is operated, at which time they open briefly, and the contacts automatically return to the closed state after an operation).
9,10. External Interlock (Input):
Short these pins together to complete interlock loop.
11,12. High Voltage ON Control (Input):
Connect to a normally open (NO) set of isolated switch contacts. Operation of these contacts should be momentary, but an alternate action switch is acceptable.
13. Remote HV ON Monitor (Output):
This signal is +5VDC when HV is ON and is +0VDC when HV is OFF.
14. Common Pin for High Voltage ON Control and Inhibit Command (Input):
Connect to return for Remote HV ON Monitor and Inhibit Command signals.
15. Inhibit Command (Input):
This input is used to prevent high voltage from being turned on in any mode of operation. By maintaining +5VDC on this pin (TTL high state), high voltage is prevented from being turned on by the front panel pushbutton or the User Interface, and will terminate high voltage if in the ON state.
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