Power Amplifiers / Power Supplies

One of our power amplifiers was in nuclear research for magnetic beam deflection in operation and after 27 years with about 100,000 operating hours was overhauled for further use!

2009: PA2005

  • Four quadrant PA2005 amplifiers
  • 4 quadrant power supply with ± 20 V and ± 5 A; 0 – 200 Hz

1984: 4LV1505

  • Steerer – power supplies for controlling magnetic lenses
  • 4x 0 to ±15V / 0 to ±5A regulated current source

 

1983: HV-Current Source

  • 4 Current sources for tape loading of a Van de Graaff generator

1982: 4LV3604

  • Various 4-quadrant power supplies for beam coverage

 

1981: SL – Power Supply 100 A

  • Power supply for superconducting magnets
  • 0 – 100A via ramp function with adjustable slew rate
  • Adjustable charging and discharging voltage

1980: PA 8080

  • PA 8080 Amplifier system
  • Use in nuclear research for magn. beam deflection
  • ±120 Amp., ±90 V, 0 to 10 kHz, short circuit proof

 

1978: LV3010

  • Programmable power amplifier
  • 4 – quadrant power amplifier for ± 30 V at ± 10 Amp for signals from 0 to 20 kHz

1977: Power Supply 30A/100A

  • Switchable power supply for 30A magnet and 100A superconductor magnets
  • 0 – 30A/100A via ramp function with adjustable slew rate
  • Adjustable charging and discharging voltage

 

1976: SL – Power Supply 60 A

  • Power supply for superconductor magnets
  • 0 – 60 A via ramp function with adjustable slew rate