Sirius 3|19" Rack Mount Power Supply-900W 30kV|Genvolt General purpose High Voltage Power Supply
The Sirius range of high voltage power supplies are suitable for a wide range of applications. The Sirius 3 has the output current and voltage displayed on two digital meters on the front panel.
Output control is achieved using two multi-turn potentiometers and a HV ON/OFF switch, also mounted on the front panel.
The unit is supplied in a 19" rack mounted housing.
Default control is via the local controls on the front of the power supply, however, the power supply can also operate in remote mode via RS232 or RS485.
The monitoring system uses intelligent PC based software based on VB visual interface. The entire monitoring system can realise operational control of the Sirius range of power supplies. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
|AC input voltage range||240V±10%|
|Maximum output voltage||0-30kV adjustable|
|Maximum output current||0-30mA adjustable|
|Line regulation||Less than 0.5%|
|Load regulation||Less than 0.5%|
|Ripple||Less than 0.5%|
|Short circuit protection||The output current will be limited to the set value when operating in the current limit mode. This will protect the circuit from excessive current output.|
|Spark protection||When the power supply experiences a spark on load, the output will be switched off momentarily.After which, it will be restored automatically.|
|Over-current protection||The current limiting circuit will reduce the output to a safe level when the output current exceeds rated current.|
The front panel allows adjusting the output voltage and current by two 10 turns potentiometers. There are also two D connectors on the rear panel with RS232 and RS458 serial communication.
|Ambient temperature||-10 to 40°C|
|Relative humidity||Less than 80% non condensing|
Reliability and Quality Control
Each power supply has been soak tested for no less than 48 hours at full load. Severe flash tests are also administered.
This power supply contains hazardous voltages and stored energy. Contact with the output may result in fatal injury. It should only be used and maintained by trained personnel.