- Output Voltage 4kV to 10kV
- Integrated Ground Referenced Filament Supply
- Low Ripple
- Local and Remote Programming
- OEM Customization Available
*Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice. Please consult the English PDF version of this datasheet for the most up-to-date revision.
4kV - 10kV X-Ray Generator
The XMPG is a modular 10kV @ 10W X-Ray generator designed to drive a grounded filament X-Ray tube via closed loop filamentary control of the 0 to 1mA emission current. The grounded filament supply is rated at 0-5 amps @ 3Vdc. The filament supply features an internally adjustable 0.5 to 2.5 amp filament preheat and a internally adjustable 0 to 5 amp filament limit.
The high voltage program and emission current program have internal preset capability simplify interfacing to this X-Ray generator. Or a customer provided 0 to 10Vdc signal can be used to remotely control these two signals. A high voltage monitor signal and emission current monitor signal is provided. A High Voltage Enable input provides control of the high voltage output and a Filament Stable output indicates the filament current is stable and the X-Ray tube is producing X-Rays.
(Ref. 128122-001 REV. B)
+24 Vdc, ±10%
2 amp maximum
10kV, controllable over the range 4kV to 10kV
Line: <0.01% for input voltage change of ±10%
Load: <0.01% for zero to full load
< 0.1% per 24 hours at constant operating conditions, after 30 minutes warm up
< 500mV p-p of output voltage at full load
<250ppm per degree C
≤0.01% for 10% input voltage change under any load conditions
Load: ≤0.01% for full load to short circuit
<1% (above 10% of maximum output current)
Operating: 5˚C to 40˚C
Storage: -40˚C to 70˚C
Operating: 20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Storage: 5% to 95%
Voltage: 0V to 3Vdc referenced to ground
Load Current: 5A max, preset adjustable limit
Stability: < 0.25% per 8 hours at constant operating conditions
Ripple: <50mV p-p (at maximum load current).
Temperature Coefficient: <300ppm/˚C
A captive 500mm long unterminated 16 AWG twisted wire pair is provided.
High Voltage Output:
A captive 500mm long unterminated length of URM76 shielded cable
A red High Voltage On LED is provided next to the high voltage output to indicate that high voltage is being produced by the unit
1.31”H x 4.13”W x 7.28”D (33.5mm x 105mm x 185mm)
4.4 lbs. (2.0kg)
Designed to meet IEC/UL 61010-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use; CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.61010-1. CE marked
to EN 61010-1. RoHS compliant.
As the unit is designed for incorporation within the users system it is not tested against any specific EMC standards. The user will need to take sensible EMC precautions when designing the unit in and verify the overall system EMC performance against any relevant standards. RoHS compliant.
CUSTOMER INTERFACE— 15 PIN MALE D CONNECTOR
|3||Preheat (set value)||0-5Vdc from internal preset|
|4||Test (Filament Current Direct Program)||Do not connect|
|5||HV Enable||Digital Input|
|6||Filament Stable||Digital Output|
|7||HV Program Output||0-10Vdc from Internal Preset|
|8||HV Program Input||0-10Vdc = 0-10kV, Zin = 5MΩ,
accuracy ±2% of full scale
|9||High Voltage Monitor||0-10Vdc = 0-10kV, Zout = 10kΩ,
accuracy ±2% of full scale
|10||Emission Current Monitor||0-10Vdc = 0-1mA, Zout = 10kΩ,
accuracy ±3% of full scale
|11||Filament Current Monitor||0-10Vdc = 0-5A, Zout = 2.2kΩ,
accuracy ±5% of full scale
|12||Emission Current Program Input||0-10Vdc = 0-1mA, Zin = 1MΩ, accuracy ±3% of full scale|
|13||Emission Current Program Output||0-10Vdc from Internal Preset|
|15||Preset Max. Filament Current (set value)||0-10Vdc from Internal Preset|
The filament Preheat level and current limit are set by internal preset potentiometers accessible through the side of the case. If external high voltage enable control is not required link pins 7 and 8. If external emission current control is not required link pins 12 and 13.
|How to Order:|
|Model number: XMPG10P10/24|
Tables & Diagrams
Frequently Asked Questions
Application Notes AN-12 – The Benefit of Using a Current Source to Power X-Ray Tube Filament Circuits