Magnetron M1976

Magnetron M1976
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Magnetron M1976 - compact, durable and easy to use, works in the frequency range up to 9000MGts 9600MGts with a nominal peak power of 220 kW.
M1976 magnetron used with a separate magnet, which must meet certain trebovaniyam.Os magnetic field must be aligned with the axis of the anode, and the north pole of the magnet to be close to the cathode terminal.
Specifications:
  • Heater Voltage - 13.75 in
  • Heater Current - 3.1 A
  • Minimum preheating - 180 seconds
  • The maximum anode voltage - 27 kV
  • Maximum anode current - December 30 A
  • Maximum anode power consumption - 680 kW
  • Average power consumption of the anode - 680 W
  • The rate of rise of the pulse voltage - 180 kV / microsecond
  • Duty cycle - 0.0013
  • Pulse width - 0.18 microseconds
  • Weight - 13 kg

 

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Ref Min           Max Ref Min Max Ref         Min           Max
A -      195.0 R 22.20 23.82 AG       17.07         17.27
B 86.1 S 40.9 43.2 AH        18.62         18.82
C 63.4           6.66 T 63.67 66.17                 AJ                 28.45
    U 27.25 28.75 AK         47.3           47.9
E -       70.0 V 4.16 4.42 AL         3.83           4.09
F 2.9 W 20.95 21.28 AM        4.73           4.83
G 95.2 X 13.52 13.85 AQ        1.02           1.16
H 76.1           76.3 Y 5.67 6.73 AR                  3.1
J 57.15 Z 13.1 - AS                15.93
K 7.97           8.97 AA - 3.96 AT        ?7.1         ?7.2
L 89.5 AB 2.93 3.43 AU          #8-32-UNC-2
M -      113.9 AC 3.25 4.75  
N 103.21       106.35 AD 19.05 -  
P 30.5           32.8 AE 47.3 47.9  
Q 37.0           39.2 AF 12.6    

 

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