High Voltage DC Power Supply, 25,000 volts


High Voltage Power Supply

Portable 25 KV DC Power Supply

Powerful & highly efficient, our new High Voltage Power Supply produces 25,000 volts (25 Kv) DC, to power a wide variety of high voltage equipment & projects. We kept extra features to a minimum to make a simple & reliable power supply that was affordable. This is not an induction coil based power supply so there are no leaky oil, or coils shorting out to deal with. This is an all electronic/solid-state power supply that outputs high voltage DC for powering our X-Ray tube, table-top particle accelerators, HV capacitor charging, animal/pest control, investigating electrical discharge phenomena such as Saint Elmo's fire & corona discharges, static generation, ion ray guns etc...
The HV Power Supply produces 25 kV (open circuit) with a short circuit current of <5 ma. It has built in short circuit protection.
The unit requires 12 volts DC at 1.5 amps. If you power it with a battery, it is very portable and easy to use as part of your project in science fairs & demos, automotive applications, and HV applications that need to be operational 'out in the field'. Just about any 12 volt battery works well, most customers choosing a lantern battery or a small, rechargeable motorcycle battery. You can also power it with a 12 volt AC power supply that will provide a minimum of 2 amps @ 12 volts DC. The HV Power Supply itself is quite robust. You can vary the input voltage to some degree and obtain an adjustable high voltage output. It will not however tolerate input voltages greater than about 15 volts. Overall, the unit measures 5-1/4" (132 mm) x 5-1/8" (129 mm) x 2-1/4" (57 mm).
Made in the USA.

A typical use for our HV Power Supply, it is shown here powering a Crooke's Tube that produces a powerful electron beam for magnetic/electrostatic deflection demonstrations.
(Crookes Tube and cables are not included with the HV Power Supply).

High Voltage Power Supply:$179.00

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