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How to check the voltage value of the X-ray high-voltage power supply?

Everyone knows that the X-ray high-voltage power supply can be said to be the most important part of the image intensifier. Today, I will tell you how to check the voltage value of the X-ray high-voltage power supply?
Before inspecting the X-ray high-voltage power supply, you must first prepare the tools. What tools do you need to prepare? And what do they do? The first high-voltage electrostatic machine is what we call a high-voltage meter. Its function is to measure the X-ray high-voltage power supply. If the value of the X-ray high-voltage power supply is too large, you cannot use a multimeter. You can only use a high-voltage meter. The next one is preparation for testing. X-ray high voltage power supply, the last one is a multimeter. If the value is not very large, use a multimeter.
Connect the black wire to case D and the red wire to 1234 for measurement.
Then the size can be adjusted. For example, the G3 terminal modulates the voltmeter to the highest or lowest level to detect whether the high-voltage power supply exceeds the controllable range.
Preliminary work is ready, the most important step is how to inspect, which is the inspection process of X-ray high-voltage power supply: first connect the X-ray high-voltage power supply to the high-voltage meter with a test wire, and then connect the high-voltage meter to the power supply. The most important thing is The first step is to connect the GND terminal of the high-voltage meter to the shell of the X-ray high-voltage power supply, turn on the X-ray high-voltage power supply 24V, and finally record the data. One thing that must be noted is that the high-voltage meter should use thick wires when measuring HV, and thin wires when measuring G1234. This is the most error-prone place.
Finally, when the high-voltage meter is used up, the X-ray high-voltage power supply must be powered off to avoid unnecessary losses. I must have a certain understanding of this one.

X-ray high-voltage power supply

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