HV Power Supply

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brett_kvo
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HV Power Supply

Post by brett_kvo » Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:12 am

I'm looking for a nice power supply for an academic research fusor. I have about $5000 to spend. Does anyone want to part with theirs? Thanks!

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Re: HV Power Supply

Post by Joe Gayo » Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:17 am

I have a nice -60kV @ 15mA, I would be willing to sell. In great condition and comes with a high voltage cable and a remote control box/display. The brand is Teslaman HV. I'll sell for $4500 (way less than I paid).

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Re: HV Power Supply

Post by Richard Hull » Wed Jan 20, 2021 3:52 pm

I have a negative 60kv supply that is 50ma. Linear X-ray type 240 volt single phase. You will need a variac to make it work from 0-60 kv filtered DC. Weight 750lbs. No shipping...you pick up only! $1000 I also have the full manual that came with it including schematics. The ultimate bullet proof system. Removed from a giant 1970's 2 ton XRF system. Image below....

Have you approached Glassman or Spellman for a quote?

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Re: HV Power Supply

Post by brett_kvo » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:57 pm

Richard--Thanks for the offer on that. I think we'd like to go a lot smaller so the reactor can be used as a teaching tool in various classrooms.

Joe--check your PMs!

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