What is “image intensifier small high voltage”?
For engineers who often engage in X-ray image intensifier repairs, they are familiar with the concept that small high voltage is an X-ray high voltage power supply. Small high voltage actually refers to the high voltage power supply of X-ray image intensifiers.
What is the X-ray high voltage power supply? The X-ray high-voltage power supply transforms low-voltage current into high-voltage current through a pulse transformer. So that the equipment can operate normally, and the small high voltage is composed of three parts: the electron tube, the power supply board, and the regulating board. The structure of the X-ray high-voltage power supply seems to be very simple. In fact, there are many circuits and power lines contained in the X-ray high-voltage power supply. A slight error will cause the small high-voltage to fail to operate normally.