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Fault diagnosis of the inner tank of image intensifier

An image intensifier is a device that converts X-ray perspective invisible images into corresponding fluorescent visible images and requires extra energy to enhance its brightness.

The image intensifier is composed of a bladder, a tube container, an optical system and a power supply. Remove the back cover of the supercharger and observe from the camera. If the green light is not visible during exposure, a malfunction will occur in the image intensifier.

If the primary voltage of the high-voltage transformer is normal, please check the anode of the booster, whether the secondary voltage of the high-voltage transformer is normal, and whether the connection of the high-voltage line is in good contact. If there is no induction high pressure gauge, a simple method can be used to determine the presence of high pressure.

If a piece of cotton yarn is placed on a high-voltage wire, the cotton yarn will stand upright when it is charged, indicating the presence of high voltage; if conditions permit, it can also be used to prove whether there is a spark on the ground. The method proves that the high voltage to the ground should be closed slowly by far and near. It is 5cm.

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Author:肖恩


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