XRBHR MONOBLOCK® X線ジェネレーター

  • コンパクトで軽量
  • ユニバーサル入力、力率改善回路
  • あらゆる向きに取り付け可能
  • アナログモニターインターフェース、標準RS-232デジタルインターフェースとイーサネット
  • Data Logging and Firmware Controlled X-Ray Tube Seasoning

*注意:すべての仕様は予告なしに変更されることがあります。最新の情報は 英語版のデータシート をご参照ください。

100W, 210W, 350W and 500W X-Ray Source

スペルマンのXRBHR(HR:高信頼性)シリーズのMonoblock®X線源は、100W、210W、350W、および500Wの出力レベルで、80kVおよび100kVのバイポーラX線管を用いており、OEMアプリケーション向けに設計されています。ユニバーサル入力、コンパクトなパッケージサイズ、標準RS-232デジタルインターフェースなどの機能により、お客様のX線システムにXRBHR モデルを簡単に統合できます。各XRBHRモデルは、ファン形(標準)またはコーン形(オプション)のビーム形状がございます。独自のエミッション制御回路は、非常に安定した性能でX線管電流を制御します。XRBHRシリーズは長寿命に設計されており、最大3年間の保証をご提供します。

代表的なアプリケーション

食品検査装置、充填レベル検査装置、セキュリティスキャンシステム、産業用NDTシステム、厚さ/メッキ測定システム。

Specifications

(Ref. 128132-001 REV. K)

Options:

CB         Cone Beam

.5mm Beam Filter:

RA         Controller to tank right angle connector

TE Controller to tank top exit cable

SPECIFICATIONS

X-Ray Characteristics:

Focal Spot: 0.8mm (IEC 336)

0.5mm (IEC 336) optional

Beam Filter:

Ultem: 1.50mm ±0.15mm

Oil: 9.0mm ±0.25mm

Glass: 1.7mm ±0.2mm

Be: 0.8mm

Beam Geometry:

Fan: Standard. The beam angular coverage will be 90° with the beam plane perpendicular to the X-Ray tube axis and 12° wide (with a 2° tolerance)

Cone: Optional. 40° cone beam (with a 2° tolerance)

Input Voltage:

100-240Vac, ±10%, 50/60 Hertz, .98 power factor

Input Current:

100W @ 2A

210W @ 4A

350W @ 6A

500W @ 8A

X-Ray Tube Voltage:

See table

X-Ray Tube Current:

See table

X-Ray Tube Power:

See table

Operating Temperature:

0°C to +40°C

Storage Temperature:

-40°C to +70°C

Humidity:

10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing

Cooling:

0.5% peak to peak of maximum voltage for frequencies ≤1kHz

Emission Current Parameters

Current Regulation:

Line: ±0.05% of rated output current over a ±10% change of nominal input line voltage

Load: ±0.1% of rated output current for a change from 50% to 100% of rated output voltage

Current Accuracy:

Current measured through the X-Ray tube is within ±2% of the programmed value

Current Risetime:

Standard: Ramp time shall be <500ms from 10% to 90% of maximum rated current

Arc Intervention:

4 arcs in 10 seconds with a 100ms quench/100ms re-ramp = Shutdown

Filament Configuration:

Internal AC filament drive with closed loop filament emission control

Analog Interface:

Ground referenced 0 to 9Vdc for all monitoring signals.

Relay contacts and open collector signals for other signals. See analog interface connector pin out table.

Digital Interface:

The RS-232 interface allows for programming of kV, mA output and X-Ray enable. Provides monitoring for kV, mA output and oil temperature. Tolerance 3%. (with an additional 5μA offset at ≤10% mA programming)

Operating Temperature:

0°C to +40°C

Storage Temperature:

-40°C to +70°C

Humidity:

10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing

Cooling:

X-Ray Tank:

100W: Convection/customer supplied forced air so tank is < 55˚C

210W: Externally powered forced air cooling, 24Vdc @ 2A

350W: Externally powered forced air cooling with oil pump and heat exchanger, 24Vdc @ 5A

500W:  Externally powered forced air cooling with oil pump and heat exchanger, 24Vdc @ 5A

Controller: Forced air via internal fan.

Grounding Point:

M5 ground female thread on tank

M5 ground stud on control chassis provided

Dimensions:

X-Ray Tank: See drawings

100W/210W Controller: See drawings

350W/500W Controller: See drawings

Weight:

X-Ray Tank:

100W @ 75 lbs. (34kg)

210W @ 75lbs. (34kg) 

350W @ 81.5lbs. (37kg)

500W @ 81.5lbs. (37kgs) 

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

 

MODEL SELECTION TABLE

Model Maximum Voltage Maximum Current Maximum Power
XRB80PN210HR 80kV 5.25mA 210 watts
XRB80PN350HR 80kV 8mA 350 watts
XRB80PN500HR 80kV 8mA 500 watts
XRB100PN100HR 100kV 2mA 100 watts
XRB100PN210HR 100kV 4.2mA 210 watts
XRB100PN350HR 100kV 7mA 350 watts
XRB100PN500HR 100kV 8mA 500 watts

LED INDICATORS for 100W and 200W Units

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 Power On AC input power is present Green
5 OC Error 3 High mA occurs Red
6 ARC Error 2 Arc fault occurs Red
7 OT Error 1 Over temperature occurs Red
8 X-Ray On X-Rays are being generated Green

LED INDICATORS for 350W and 500W Units

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

 

SMART XRB

The XRBHR 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 XRBHR 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 XRBHR 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.

  

Power and Interface Connections for 100W and 210W Units

AC InpuT—6 PIN MOLEX 09-50-8061


PIN  SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 AC Input (high) 100-240Vac (high) 
2 Pin Removed  N/C
3 AC Input (neutral)  100-240Vac (neutral)
4 Pin Removed  N/C
5 N/C   N/C
N/C   N/C

ANALOG INTERFACE—7 PIN MOLEX 09-50-8071

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  
7 X-Ray On Open collector, High (Open) = No Fault, 35Vdc @10mA maximum

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 N/C Receive Data -
7 N/C No Connection
8 N/C No Connection

HV LAMP ON RELAY—3 PIN MOLEX 09-50-8031

PIN SIGNAL PARAMETERS
1 Normally Closed dry contact 50V max. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load
2 Common 50V max. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load
3 Normally Open dry contact 50V max. Rated for 1 amp or less, 50mA nominal load

Power and Interface Connections for 350W and 500W Units

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)

DC INPUT FOR HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT—4 PIN AMP (210/350/500W) 206060-1

PIN SIGNAL  DESCRIPTION PARAMETERS
1 24Vdc  Fan Power 24Vdc @ 5 amps
2 24Vdc Return  Fan Power 24Vdc Return
3 24Vdc  210W-Fan Power
350W/500W-Pump Power
24Vdc @ 5 amps 
4 24Vdc Return  210W-Fan Power
350W/500W-Pump Power
24Vdc Return 

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
9 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
Signal Ground  Signal Ground 
N/C  N/C 
N/C  N/C 
8 N/C  N/C 
9 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

Tables & Diagrams

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

100/210W
CONTROL UNIT

FRONTVIEW

   

BOTTOM VIEW

REAR VIEW

SIDE VIEW

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

300/500W CONTROL UNIT

FRONT VIEW

 

BOTTOM VIEW  

 REAR VIEW

SIDE VIEW

 

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

100W TANK

TOP VIEW 

 

SIDE VIEW

  

BACK VIEW

FRONT VIEW

 

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

210W TANK

TOP VIEW

 

SIDE VIEW

BACK VIEW

FRONT VIEW

DIMENSIONS: in.[mm]

350/500W TANK

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

BACK VIEW

FRONT VIEW

 

 

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