XRB100N100 Monoblock® Industrial X-Ray Generators
- Integrated HV Supply, Filament Supply, X-Ray Tube, Beam Port and Control Electronics
- Compact & Lightweight
- Universal input, Power Factor Corrected with Internal EMI Filter
- Can be Mounted in Any Physical Orientation
- Analog Control Interface and Standard RS-232 Digital Interface
*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.
100kV, 100W X-Ray Source
Spellman’s XRB100N100 Monoblock® X-Ray source is designed for OEM applications powering its internal X-Ray tube up to 100kV at 100W. Features like universal input, small package size and a standard analog and RS-232 digital interface simplify integrating this Monoblock® into your X-Ray system. Proprietary emission control circuitry provides excellent regulation of X-Ray tube current, along with outstanding stability performance.
- X-Ray Scanning: Food Inspection
- Fill Level Confirmation
- Security Applications
(Ref. 128072-001 REV. L)
Tube Type: Stationary anode, tungsten target
Focal Spot: 0.5mm (IEC 336)
Beam Filter: Lexan: 3.2mm
Oil: 10mm ±0.1mm
Glass: 1.8mm max
Beam Geometry: Symmetrical fan 74° x 10° ±1°
Power factor corrected input 0.98, 100-240Vac ±10% 50/60Hz, 2A, maximum
X-Ray Tube Voltage:
Nominal X-Ray tube voltage is adjustable between 40kV to 100kV
X-Ray Tube Current:
100uA to 1mA over specified tube voltage range
X-Ray Tube Power:
100W, maximum continuous
Line: ±0.1% of maximum output voltage over a ±10% change of nominal input line voltage
Load: ±0.1% of maximum rated voltage for 100uA to 1mA load change
Voltage measured across the X-Ray tube is within ±2% of the programmed value
Ramp time shall be 1 second from 10% to 90% of maximum rated output voltage
5% of maximum voltage, to return within 2.5% of maximum voltage in less than 50ms
0.5% peak to peak of maximum voltage for frequencies ≤ 1kHz
Emission Current Parameters Current Regulation:
Line: ±0.5% of rated output current over a ±10% change of nominal input line voltage
Load: ±0.5% of rated output current for a change from 50% to 100% of rated output voltage
Current measured through the X-Ray tube is within ±1% of the programmed value
Ramp time shall be 1 second from 10% to 90% of maximum rated current
3 arcs in 10 seconds with a 200ms quench = Shutdown
Internal high frequency AC filament drive with closed loop filament emission control
Ground referenced 0 to 9Vdc for all programming and monitoring signals. Relay contacts and open collector signals for other signals. See analog interface connector pin out table.
Jumpers are needed to be configured and the digital interface cable installed to enable the RS-232 interface.
A demo GUI is available for engineering evaluations.
A hardware interlock functions in both analog and digital programming modes. The hardware X-Ray Enable signal only functions in analog programming mode.
0°C to +40°C
-40°C to +70°C
10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Forced air and natural convection augmented by customer provided external cooling fan to maintain oil temperature below 55°C.
Input Line Connector:
3 pin, Phoenix Contact 1829167, SHV part number 105725-219. Mating connector Phoenix Contact #1805990, SHV part number 105808-475 provided with unit.
Analog Interface Connector:
15 pin D connector, male
Digital Interface Connector:
9 pin D connector, female
M4 ground stud provided on chassis
See page 3 of 3
Can be mounted in any orientation.
Not to be greater than 0.5mR/hr at 5cm outside the external surface.
AC LINE POWER CONNECTOR— J1 THREE POSITION PHOENIX CONTACT
Mating connector provided with unit
RS-232 DIGITAL INTERFACE— J3 9 PIN FEMALE D CONNECTOR
XRB ANALOGINTERFACE— J2 15 PIN MALE D CONNECTOR
|1||Power Supply Fault Output
|Open collector, 35V @ 10mA max. high = no fault|
|2||mA Program Input||0 to 9.00Vdc = 0 to 100% rated output, Zin =10MΩ|
|3||kV Program Input||0 to 9.00Vdc = 0 to 100% rated output, Zin =10MΩ|
|4||X-Ray On Lamp Relay Output||Common, dry contacts, 30Vdc @ 1A, max|
|5||X-Ray On Lamp Relay Output||Normally open, X-Ray ON = closed|
|6||mA Monitor Output||0 to 9Vdc = 0 to 100% rated output, Zout =10kΩ|
|7||X-Ray On Lamp Relay Output||Normally closed, X-Ray ON = open|
|8||kV Monitor Output||0 to 9.00Vdc = 0 to 100% rated output, Zout =10kΩ|
|11||HV Interlock Return Input||Connect to Pin 12 to close HV interlock|
|12||HV Interlock Output||+15Vdc @ open, 5mA when connected to pin 11|
|13||X-Ray Enable Output||+15Vdc @ open, 5mA when connected to pin 15|
|14||X-Ray Status Output||Open collector, 35V @ 10mA max high = X-Ray OFF|
|15||X-Ray Enable Return Input||Connect to pin 13 to enable X-Ray generation|
XRB ANALOGINTERFACE— J2 15 PIN MALE D CONNECTOR
|Indicator||Signal Name||Condition Illuminated When...|
|LED 1||OV||High kV occurs|
|LED 2||UV||Low kV occurs|
|LED 3||UC||Low mA occurs|
|LED 4||OC||High mA occurs|
|LED 5||ARC FLT||Arc fault occurs|
|LED 6||OT||Over temperature occurs|
|LED 7||X-RAY ON||X-Rays are enabled|
|LED 8||PWR||Power is ON|
Tables & Diagrams
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Is Oil Insulation Used?
Do I Need to Ensure My Monoblock® Stays Cool? Why?
How Often Do I Need to Season My Monoblock® X-Ray Source? Why?
Application Notes AN-12 – The Benefit of Using a Current Source to Power X-Ray Tube Filament Circuits