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Old 8th April 2011, 11:39 PM   #11
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Old 9th April 2011, 12:09 AM   #12
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Trondareo, Electrophoresis power supplies do not generate much current so don't know how much use they'd be on the bench except for capacitor reforming. Electrophoresis is done on the wet lab bench by students on upwards and results in few if any deaths.....

My day job is electron microscopy @ 200kV.... the HT power supplies live in refrigerator sized cabinets filled with SF6 gas and though mighty impressive to behold (and very complex as the HT needs to be ppm level stable) can usually only generate about 100 microamps (the end result of all this is an electron beam of some nanoamps...).
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I checked with the seller. This supply delivers up to 800mA, but that would probably be at 250V rather then 2kV. It should be sufficient for anode current for the lower voltage tube designs I like.
It should even manage to power two 6c33cs at moderate current
(250mA each or so)
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you should get 100-200W out of it, so at the lower voltages you'll be ok. Wonder what the filtration is like? The heatsink is impressive too. Wonder why they are selling it....?
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The units are usually rated in Watts. Mine automatically limits output current based on Power output.
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Lost it in the last minute od bidding
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