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High Voltage Power Supply for PH-GEN series phase-angle control

High Voltage Power Supply for PH-GEN series phase-angle control

The PH-GEN power supply unit is used to supply power to a magnetron. It is mounted on a mounting plate and consists of 5 components: Mains filter, control card, high voltage transformer, choke and high voltage bridge. To generate microwaves, only an air- or water-cooled magnetron and a heating transformer are needed. With the help of a potentiometer or a 0..10 Volt control voltage, the power can be adjusted very finely and continuously. A voltage between 0 and 5 volts is output at the analog output, which is proportional to the actual value of the microwave power. Furthermore, the magnetron temperature and the anode current are monitored. In the event of a fault, the power supply unit is switched off and an error message is output via a potential-free relay contact.

Technical Datas:

  • Supply voltage: 230 / 400 Volt, 50 Hz
  • Microwave power:
    • 600 Watt
    • 1000 Watt
    • 1200 Watt
    • 1500 Watt
    • 2000 Watt
    • 3000 Watt
  • Efficiency: ca. 95 %
  • Pulse frequency: 100 Hz
  • Anode current: Up to 840 mA
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 600 – 1200 Watt: 395 x 180 x 225 mm
  • From 2000 Watt: 460 x 220 x 280mm
High Voltage Power Supply for Microwave Generators LC-GEN Series

High Voltage Power Supply for Microwave Generators LC-GEN Series

The LC-stabilized LC-GEN generators have a simple and robust design. They allow to radiate the 2.45 GHz microwaves with a pulse frequency of 5 Hz. With an internal square wave generator it is possible to control the output power from 0 to 100%. The power of the generators reaches from 300 W to 3.0 kW. Power supply and magnetron head are two separated units.

Generator type LC-COM

Generator type LC-COM

The generator type LC-COM is a compact low price alternative to the LC-GEN type. Power supply and magnetron head are joined together in a very compact form. It is possible to switch on and off the unit with an external signal for controlling the mean power. The power of the compact generator reaches from 300 W to 1 kW.