High Voltage Power supply is basically a conversion unit that increases the power supply of a low input to a higher input. There can be many kinds of high voltage but at NexGenHV, we differentiate supplies that have output of more than 1000 V. A high voltage power supply can also be termed as DC high voltage.
There are many types of high voltage power supplies which can be further classified into separate entities.
It has four types of mounts like PCB mount, chassis mount, benchtop and rack mount. The installation is done on the basis of the power supply.
Output type in high voltage power supply is very important in order to avoid polarity errors. There are many kinds of output type like positive polarity output, negative polarity output, positive/negative switchable output, bipolar output and pulse output.
As per the power supply there can be two types of high voltage power supplies – AC input type and DC input type. AC input(AC-HVDC) can produce higher voltage and two common types of them are benchtop mount and rackmount models. DC input (DC-HVDC) is a high voltage power supply converting low voltage DC to high voltage. It is the most common input power supply.
As per the control of output voltage, there can be three types of supply – Proportional, analog control and digital control. The proportional one controls the voltage as per the input DC power supply. It gives a high voltage which is proportional to the input one. So output is as per the input supply.
Analog control works as per the data provided. If you input a set voltage, it will provide the voltage accordingly. You can set the data in the analog control terminal.
Digital control works with a remte control and it can be controlled in long distance or an isolated area. It controls the output via digital signals such as LAN, USB, RS-232C, or RS-485.