|[AMRadio] Old X-Ray Gear High Voltage Available|
k4kyv at charter.net
Sun Dec 24 13:23:31 EST 2006
> There are three large oil filled KV transformers and one smaller one
> possibly 10 kv @ 200 ma. The 3 large ones are series connected secondaries
> with , I believe, 110 volt primaries and measure approx 2ft X 2ft round
> cast tubs. I had originally thought that these were capacitors but at
> least one tag indicates transformer.
> If anyone is interested in this or knows someone who might be able to
> remove the entire setup please contact me.
See my previous message on this topic.
I viewed the photos, and the photo of the unit in the patient examination
room looks a lot like the design of the fluoroscope I acquired in the early
60's. It suspect it might make a highly sought after museum piece.
The control unit has some nice meters, and the "100 step autotransformer"
would make an excellent variable-voltage unit for the plate transformer for
a 2 kw-plus transmitter or amplifier. If it's anything like I remember from
mine, its voltage regulation is far superior to that of a large variac.
This unit is much higher power and heavier-duty than the one I had.
I still regret getting rid of the autotransformer, but I was glad to see the
rest of the x-ray machine go.
More information about the AMRadio mailing list
This page last updated 16 Dec 2017.