[time-nuts] 4 KV Power Supply Recommendations
jfor at quik.com
Sat Jan 23 19:28:24 UTC 2010
Just Google Images to see what they do. Biologists are just nuts, IMO.
> The one I saw over on the "evil empire" (4 KV @ 200 mA) had a
> max rating of 200 Watts. Kind of puny for that pair of 3-500's !!
> Another one with a 500 VDC rating used what looked like Pin Jacks
> for the output. OSHA must love them.
> 73, Dick, W1KSZ
> -----Original Message-----
>>From: "J. Forster" <jfor at quik.com>
>>Sent: Jan 23, 2010 1:59 PM
>>To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
>> <time-nuts at febo.com>
>>Subject: Re: [time-nuts] 4 KV Power Supply Recommendations
>>I think electrophoresis supplies are brute force w/o regulation or
>>I know they kill careless people. They are used to separate organic
>>molecules by their drift in a thin layer on a plate with an applied
>>electric field. The setups are near what you'd see in a Frankenstein
>>> I picked up a very nice 0-4kV 0-200 ma adjustable lab supply on eBay
>>> for $100 (delivered...and it weighs 50 pounds) last month.
>>> It has voltage, current, or (uniquely) power limiting available.
>>> The search term to add is electrophoresis. Apparently the medical
>>> community does some interesting things with high voltage and petri
>>> Tom Frank, KA2CDK
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