How to choose high-voltage cables? - Newheek X ray Cable

How to choose high-voltage cables?

A customer from Mexico consulted our company’s high-voltage cable. He wanted a 90KV, straight end, and a length of 20 meters. I made a quotation for the client. So how to purchase high-voltage cables? Let’s look at it in detail:

The first is to clarify how much voltage is required for high-voltage cables. Newheek currently has two types of high-voltage cables, one is 75KV and the other is 90KV.

75KV means that the high-voltage value at one end of the cable is 75KV, and a high-voltage cable is divided into two ends, that is to say, the value of the entire high-voltage cable is 75KV*2=150KV. Similarly, 90KV means that the high-voltage value at one end of the cable is 90KV. The value of a cable is 180KV.

The 75KV high voltage cable is suitable for 125KV X-ray machines, where 125KV refers to the high voltage resistance of the tube. The same 90KV high voltage cable is suitable for 150KV X-ray machine.

Second, it is a few meters long. Most of the cable length refers to the total length of the cable, our cable length refers to the length excluding the plug. This specific length can be customized according to customer requirements.

Third, ask if it should be straight or elbow. Our company’s high-voltage cables have two connection methods, straight and elbow, which can be adapted to different applications.