Recently, a customer asked if the line at the plug of the X-ray high-voltage cable is broken, can it be repaired?
The most common damage to the high-voltage cable is ignition. The high-voltage cable discharges the shell, leaving traces on the cable joint that will burn out the insulation during discharge, resulting in the inability to continue to use. Generally, in addition to replacing the cable head, the entire cable and the ball tube are replaced. socket. If the wire at the X-ray high-voltage cable plug is broken, this can only be replaced by the X-ray high-voltage cable, which cannot be repaired.
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