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Kepco OPS GROUP IXB Amplifier
Date: 2000
Category: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Group: Amplifier
                                    Kepco OPS GROUP IX Operational Power Supplies are a-c source
powered devices which can be utilized as d-c high
voltage/low current sources or, operationally programmed, as
unipolar power amplifiers. Integrated circuits in the OPS
"front end" contribute very low offsets and allow accurate
tracking of all input signals. The OPS GROUP IX Operational
Power Supplies feature sharp crossover between the voltage
and current operating modes, ensuring accurate limiting over
the full output current range and completely short circuit
proof operation. Low output shunt capacitance permits rapid
voltage programming in the voltage mode and fast load
voltage recovery in the current mode of operation.
1-5 The OPS circuitry, in its simplest form, can be
represented by one of the simplified operating diagrams in
Section 111 of this manual. A high voltage/low current d-c
source is controlled by series pass elements (vacuum tubes),
which, in turn, are driven by two high gain wide-band
control systems. These control systems consist of two
independently programmable channels, operating into a common
driver stage. The driver stage is coupled to the series pass
tubes via an "exclusive OR" gate, so that only one channel
is in control of the OPS output at any time.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Kepco -- OPS GROUP IXB -- User Manual
File name: Kepco-7037-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 34
Size: 1.91 Mbytes (2000755 Bytes)
Language: english
Date: 2000
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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This manual contains instructions for the installation,
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Power Supplies.
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