A high-voltage power supply is a system used to convert a low input voltage to a higher voltage output. Typical output voltages for high voltage power supplies are 1 kV to 360 kV. In general, a high-voltage power supply refers to a power supply that outputs a DC high voltage.
Where Are High Voltage Power Supplies Used?
In research and development, higher voltages are needed to operate equipment under different conditions and create a special environment for testing, including electron microscopes, mass spectrometry, optical communications, X-ray inspection equipment, and space science experiments. These testing require high voltage power supply to generate strong electric fields to control and detect electrons in the equipment.
High Voltage DC Power Supply Applications
- Electrospinning & Electro spraying
- X-ray Generation
- Insulation Testing
- Capacitor Charging
- Laboratory Use
- Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
- Industrial Electronics
High Voltage DC Power Supply Function
- Output voltage
- Output current
- Maximum output power
- Power expansion
- Power supply type
Types of High Voltage DC Power Supply
There are various types of high-voltage power supplies. Each of the following feature can be classified into different types.
- Positive polarity output
- Negative polarity output
- Positive/negative switchable output
- Bipolar output
- Pulse output
- DC input (DC-HVDC)
- AC input (AC-HVDC)
- Analog control
- Digital control
- PCB mount
- Chassis mount
- Rack mount
Choosing the Right High Voltage DC Power Supply
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