XRBe80PN300

XRBe80PN300 Monoblock® Integrated X-Ray Source

  • Compact & Lightweight
  • Universal Input, Power Factor Corrected
  • Can be Mounted in Any Physical Orientation
  • Analog Monitoring Interface, Standard RS-232 Digital Interface and Ethernet
  • Data Logging and Firmware Controlled X-Ray Tube Seasoning

*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.

80KV/300W Be Window Monoblock®

Spellman’s XRBe80PN300 beryllium window Monoblock® X-Ray sources are designed for OEM applications powering the internal Bipolar X-Ray tube at 80kV at a power level of 300W. Features such as universal input, compact package size and a standard RS-232 digital interface simplify integration of the XRBe80PN300 into your X-Ray system. It is available with a cone shaped beam geometry. Proprietary emission control circuitry provides excellent regulation of X-Ray tube current, along with outstanding stability performance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

Food Inspection Systems, Fill Level Confirmation Systems, Security Scanning Systems, Industrial NDT Systems, Thickness/Plating Measurement Systems

Specifications

(Ref. 128132-001 REV. B)

Options:

0.8mm        0.8 focal spot X-Ray tube 

ST-TE, RA-SE, RA-TE Cable Options (see page 3)

SPECIFICATIONS

X-Ray Characteristics:

Focal Spot: 0.8mm (IEC 336) standard 

Controller: Forced air via internal fan.

Grounding Point:

M5 ground female thread on tank

M5 ground stud on control chassis provided

Dimensions:

See drawings

Weight:

X-Ray Tank:

81.5 lbs. (37kg)

Controller:

7 lbs. (3.18kg)

Orientation:

Can be mounted in any orientation.

X-Ray Leakage:

Not to be greater than 0.5mR/hr at 5cm outside the external surface. 

Regulatory Approvals:

Compliant to EEC EMC Directive. Compliant to EEC Low Voltage Directive. UL/CUL recognized file E235530.

AC INPUT—3 PIN PHOENIX CONTACT 1858772

PIN SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 AC Input (high) 100-240Vac (high)
2 Ground Ground
3 AC Input (neutral) 100-240Vac (neutral)

 

AC INPUT—3 PIN PHOENIX CONTACT 1858772

PIN SIGNAL DESCRIPTION PARAMETERS 
1 24Vdc Fan/Pump Power 24Vdc @ 5 amps 
2 24Vdc Return Fan/Pump Power

24Vdc @ 5 amp

3 N/C No Connection N/C
N/C  No Connection N/C 

It is critical to ensure that 24Vdc is supplied to pins 1 and 2

LED INDICATORS

INDICATOR SIGNAL CONDITION Illuminated When... LED COLOR
1 OV Error 6 High kV occurs Red
2 UV Error 5 Low kV occurs Red
3 UC Error 4 Low mA occurs Red
4 OC Error 3 High mA occurs Red
5 ARC Error 2 Arc fault occurs Red
6 OT Error 1 Over temperature occurs Red
7 X-Ray On X-Rays are being generated Green
8 Power On AC input power is present Green

 

ANALOG INTERFACE—10 PIN PHOENIX CONTACT 1792605

PIN SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 X-Ray Interlock Enable Apply +24Vdc to enable interlock. Open/removal of +24Vdc will cause X-Ray generation to stop.
2 X-Ray Interlock Enable Return Ground reference for X-Ray Interlock.
3 Pin Removed N/C
4 kV Monitor 0-10Vdc = 0-100% rated output voltage. Zout = 10kΩ
5 Signal Ground Signal Ground
6 mA Monitor 0-10Vdc = 0-100% rated output current. Zout =10kΩ
7 Fault Signal Open collector, High (Open) = No Fault, 35Vdc @ 10mA maximum
8 HV ON Lamp Relay N/O N/O dry contacts. 50 volts maximum. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load
HV ON Lamp Relay C  Common dry contacts. 50 volts maximum. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load 
10  HV ON Lamp Relay N/C  N/C dry contacts. 50 volts maximum. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load 

RS-232 DIGITAL INTERFACE—9 PIN MALE D CONNECTOR 

PIN SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 N/C N/C
2 Transmitted Data Conforms to EIA RS-232-C
3 Received Data Conforms to EIA RS-232-C
4 N/C N/C
5 Signal Ground Signal Ground
6 N/C N/C
7 N/C N/C
8 N/C N/C
N/C  N/C 

ETHERNET DIGITAL INTERFACE—RJ45 8 PIN FEMALE CONNECTOR 

PIN SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 TX+ Transmit Data +
2 TX- Transmit Data-
3 RX+ Receive Data +
4 N/C No Connection
5 N/C No Connection
6 RX- Receive Data -
7 N/C No Connection
8 N/C No Connection

XRBD Cable Configurations

 

SMART XRB

The XRBD has two new digital features: data logging and firmware controlled seasoning.

Data Logging:

Think of this as an “airplane black box”. The data logging captures data on fault events and non-fault events. Fault events will turn off the high voltage:

FAULT EVENTS

Temperature
Arc
High Current
Low Voltage
High Voltage
Watchdog
Power Fault
Interlock

The XRBe80PN300 stores data 620ms before the event, the event itself and for 620ms after the event. Data is recorded every 20ms (62 samples total) showing:

Anode kV
Cathode kV
Total kV
Total mA
Filament
Temperature

We also log non-fault events, these are changes in set points or state of the unit.

NON FAULT EVENTS

HV On
HV Off
kV Set point
mA Set point
Low Current
Filament Limit Set point
Pre Heat Set point
Line Dip

Fault event data is actual graphical data. Non fault event data is just stored as event type, data and timestamp. We also have a preventative maintenance fault, which throws a non-shutdown fault if the X-Ray tube has been factory installed over 4 years ago or if over 15,000 hours of HV ON is logged.

Firmware Controlled Seasoning:

Every unit comes with an initial seasoning table, or customers can set their own. The XRBe80PN300 knows when the unit has been on, when it has been off, hours on the X-Ray tube, etc. As a preventative maintenance feature upon turn on, we review the data and suggest that a particular seasoning protocol be run based upon the actual usage history of the unit. Proper seasoning compliance of the X-Ray tube will help get the longest lifetime.

Tables & Diagrams

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

CONTROL UNIT

FRONTVIEW

 

XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Front View

   

BOTTOM VIEW

 

XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Bottom View

REAR VIEW

XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Rear View

SIDE VIEW

XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Side View

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm] 

TOP VIEW

 XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Top View

 

SIDE VIEW

 XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Side View 2

FRONT VIEW

XRBe80PN300 Control Unit Front View 2