High-voltage power supplies designed to meet stability requirements for PMT operation. Models range from on-board to general-purpose bench-top units.
These compact high-voltage power supply modules offer high power efficiency and low heat generation. Our wide line-up includes a variety of models from fingertip size to large current output types.
High-voltage power supply modules are specifically designed with an emphasis on stability and low noise, making them ideal for photomultiplier tube (PMT) operation where even slight voltage fluctuations should be avoided. Their high product quality ensures high performance not only in PMT applications but also for a host of other fields and tasks.
Making full use of high-voltage power supply technology we accumulated over long years of work with photomultiplier tubes (PMT), we also design high-voltage power supply modules optimized for a wide range of applications other than PMT.
Bench-top high-voltage power supplies are available that can easily operate a photomultiplier tube (PMT) by plug and play. These high-voltage power supplies also provide multiple low-voltage outputs of ±5 V and ±15 V and can be controlled by an external device via USB connection.
Internal heat emissions in high-voltage power supplies can badly affect surrounding components, but our high-voltage power supplies provide a maximum power efficiency of 90% that minimizes internal heat emission to achieve a long service life.
We achieved miniaturization by suppressing internal heat generation to allow designs having high component density. Our miniaturized high-voltage power supplies with low heat generation help users to keep designing ever more compact yet powerful devices.
We amassed considerable high technology in developing power supplies for photomultiplier tube operation where even slight voltage fluctuations should be avoided. We now also put this same high technology to work in designing all aspects of our products. Our high-voltage power supplies ensure highly reliable performance not only in photomultiplier tube applications but also in a wide range of other applications including mass spectrometers, electron microscopes, and electrostatic chucks.
Hamamatsu Photonics offers a wide product line-up ranging from bench-top models to small units that are directly mountable on PC boards. By utilizing our massive experience and achievements gained with power supplies optimized for photomultiplier tube operation, we provide customized high-voltage power supply modules that meet a wide range of user needs for specifications such as number of output channels, input/output voltage and current, operating conditions and profiles, etc. We also support a diverse range of safety standards so please free to contact us for assistance.
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