High-voltage cable structure and precautions for use - Newheek X ray Cable

High-voltage cable structure and precautions for use

High-voltage cables are used to connect high-voltage generators and X-ray tube heads in large and medium-sized x-ray machines. The conductor material is tinned copper. The components of high-voltage cables from the inside to the outside include: conductor, insulation, inner sheath, filler , and outer insulation.
The function is to send the high voltage output by the high voltage generator to the two poles of the X-ray tube, and send the heating voltage of the filament to the filament of the X-ray tube.
There high-voltage cable are also matters needing attention during use:
1 To prevent excessive bending, to avoid the cable cracks.
2 To avoid the corrosion of oil, moisture and harmful gases to avoid rubber aging.

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