XRB150PN600 Monoblock® X-Ray Generators
- Integrated HV Supply, Filament Supply, X-Ray Tube, Beam Port and Control Electronics
- Compact & Lightweight
- Power Factor Corrected
- Can be Mounted in Any Physical Orientation
- Analog Monitoring 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.
150kV, 600W X-Ray Source
Spellman’s XRB150PN600 Monoblock® X-Ray source is designed for OEM applications powering its internal X-Ray tube up to 150kV at 600W. Features like power factor correction, small package size and a standard analog and RS-232 digital interface simplify integrating this unit into your X-Ray system. Standard models are available with cone shaped beam geometry. Proprietary emission control circuitry provides excellent regulation of X-Ray tube current, along with outstanding stability performance.
- X-Ray Scanning: Bone Densitometry
- Food Inspection
(Ref. 128079-001 REV. G)
Tube Type: Glass tube, Tungsten target, Be filter
Focal Spot: 0.5mm x 0.5mm (IEC 336)
Beam Filter: 0.06. Ultem
Beam Geometry: Cone up to 18° ±1°
Vac, 50/60Hz, 6.5A maximum 200-240 +/-10%
X-Ray Tube Voltage:
Nominal X-Ray tube voltage is adjustable between 70kV to 150kV
X-Ray Tube Current:
1.0mA to 4.0mA over specified tube voltage range
X-Ray Tube Power:
160W continuous, 600W peak Duty Cycle: 30 seconds on, 300 seconds off @ 600W peak
Line: ±0.1% for a ±10% input line change of 180 to 264Vac
Load: ±0.1% for a 1.0mA to 4.0mA load change. 600W maximum
Voltage measured across the X-Ray tube is within ±2% of the programmed value
±1% in less than 300ms
±10% during 300ms risetime
1% rms of rated voltage @ 10Hz to 1MHz
Line: ±0.1% from 180-264Vac
Load: ±0.5% @ 70-150kV, 1.0mA to 4.0mA
Current measured through the X-Ray tube is within ±2% of the programmed value
±1% in less than 300ms
4 arcs in 10 seconds with a 200ms quench = Shutdown
Internal high frequency AC filament drive with closed loop filament emission control
0 to 5Vdc ground referenced signals
A demo GUI for engineering evaluations will be provided for the RS-232 digital interface upon request.
A hardware interlock function is provided
0°C to +40°C
-40°C to +70°C
10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
External fan required. 250cfm minimum to maintain an oil temperature of 55C° or less.
Input Line Connector:
3 pin Phoenix Contact P/N 1829167
Analog Interface Connector:
10 pin Phoenix Contact P/N 1755503
Digital Interface Connector:
9 pin D connector, female
8-32 ground stud provided on chassis
13.46" X 13.38" X 6.24"
(341.89mm X 339.85mm X 158.50mm)
Can be mounted in any orientation.
Less than 100mR/hr at 1m distance, measured at 140kV, 3mA.
AC INPUT POWER JB1 3 PIN PHOENIX CONTACT
RS-232 DIGITAL INTERFACE— JB16 9 PIN FEMALE D CONNECTOR
ANALOG INTERFACE— JB15 10 PIN PHOENIX CONTACT
|1||X-Ray Signal||+12Vdc =Enable X-Ray, 0Vdc/open = Disable X-Ray, Zin=1kΩ|
|2||X-Ray Signal Return||Signal Return|
|4||kV Monitor||0 to 5Vdc = 0 to 175kV, Zout= 10kΩ|
|5||Signal Ground||Signal Ground|
|6||mA Monitor||0 to 5Vdc = 0 to 4.5mA, Zout= 10k|
|7||Fault Signal||Open collector, High (Open) = No Fault, 35Vdc @10mA maximum|
|8||HV ON Lamp Relay n/o||Relay Normally Open, 50Vdc @ 1A maximum|
|9||HV ON Lamp Relay common||Relay Common, 50Vdc @ 1A maximum|
|10||HV ON Lamp Relay n/c||Relay Normally Closed, 50Vdc @ 1A maximu|
|Indicator||Signal Name||Condition Illuminated When...|
|LED 1||OT||Over temperature occurs|
|LED 2||ARC FLT||Arc fault occurs|
|LED 3||UV||Low kV occurs|
|LED 4||OV||High kV occurs|
|LED 5||UC||Low mA occurs|
|LED 6||OC||High mA occurs|
|LED 7||X-RAY ON||X-Rays are enabled|
|LED 8||PWR||Power is ON|
Tables & Diagrams
FRONT VIEW TANK
SIDE VIEW TANK
TOP VIEW TANK
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