High-speed, high-voltage power amplifier

  • 15-Aug-2013 12:47 EDT

The model 20/20C-HS power amplifier from TREK is a ±20-kV, four-quadrant, dc-stable amplifier that provides high speed of response with slew rate greater than 800 V/μs, output current to ±60 mA peak ac, and large signal bandwidth of dc to greater than 5.2 kHz (1% distortion). Applications include particle accelerators, plasma research, ac or dc biasing, dielectric barrier discharge, electrocoalescence, electro-optic modulation, insulation breakdown testing, and material characterization (ferroelectrics). The device provides precise control of output voltages from 0 to ±20 kV dc or peak ac with an output current range of 0 to ±20 mA dc or ±60 mA peak ac for 1 ms.

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