IEC Extra High Voltage Laboratory Power Supply
The IEC extra high voltage power supply (2x 6.3VAC @ 4amps), (3,000/0/3,000V.DC) is an important and special power supply for running Spectrum tubes or Teltron tubes or for charging Aepinus capacitors or many other functions. Designed to have very poor regulation such that as current is drawn, the voltage falls quickly. Upon a short circuit, the current is limited to 3mA for safety for students. The low voltage is provided as 2x 6.3V.AC. 4A outputs which are normally used for running heaters of electron tubes.
Note: Picture shows 0-5000V model which is now upgraded to 0-6000VDC.
- Poor regulation so that voltage falls quickly as current is drawn
- Twin 0-3000VDC
- Current is limited to 3mA if short circuited for safety
220/240V AC 50/60Hz approx. 0.5 amp
Adjustable 0-6000VDC with voltmeter. Max. current approx. 3mA (at short circuit).
2 x 6.3VAC. Max current 4 amps total load.
Protection (High Voltage)
Current is limited to a maximum of approx. 3mA.
Protection (Low Voltage)
By audible thermal, auto-resetting overload
322mm (L) x 155mm (W) x 110mm (H)
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