The types of high voltagepower supplies include:
Modular High Voltage Power Supply
The high voltage power supplies will make the user to either attach or detach the cables according to their needs. There are detachable cables. These high voltage power supplies are for applications known as OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) applications where there is a need for the high voltage power supply. It will take the application into a higher level system.
These modules do not have a front panel. The controlling of the power supply can be done through digitalsignals. Depending on the modelthe input to the high voltage power supply can either be AC or DC.
Application specifichigh voltage power supplies are for specific applications. These high voltage power supplies are used in a variety of applications such as power feed equipment, mass spectrometry, image intensifiers, and many more.
It allows control of the power supply in a demo program. The set point of each supply is measured outputs and temperatures internal of the individual power supplies
It is a high voltage power supply with high stability. It has low stored energy. It is made for focused ion beam systems. Low stored energy at the output prevents damage to the semiconductor wafer being probed when arcing occurs within the ion beam column.
This high voltage power supply is made for electrostatic applications .It needs output voltage reversal occasionally. It can withstand short circuits without being damaged. A switch on the front panel of the high voltage supply is used to change the polarity of the output voltage.
This power supply is for X-ray generators. There are two outputs, a modulated current for filament power and constant high voltage output. The power supply varies filament current to maintain a constant beam current.
The power supply has local and remote control modes. The beam current voltage is controlled either remotely by applying programming voltages through front panel trimpots. The output voltage is within the range of +2kV to 50kV.