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Teardown & Repair of a Stanford Research PS350 5000V, 25W High Voltage Power Supply

Teardown & Repair of a Stanford Research PS350 5000V, 25W High Voltage Power Supply

In this episode Shahriar repairs a Stanford Research Systems Model PS350 5000V-25W High Voltage Power Supply. The unit continuously displays 2.5kV without the output being enabled and produces no output voltage. Verification of power supply voltages reveals the issue is linked to a disconnected 15V voltage regulator IC. After the repair, the output voltage is verified with both positive and negative outputs. The principle operation of the instrument as well as the Cockroft-Walton high voltage generator is reviewed.

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