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;Files: [https://gitlab.com/IESL-ElectroLab Git repository]
 
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== Schematics ==
 
 
The box takes a high-voltage input through a SHV-BNC connector with RG-58 coaxial cable, which feeds directly onto the PCB.
 
The box takes a high-voltage input through a SHV-BNC connector with RG-58 coaxial cable, which feeds directly onto the PCB.
 
The "HV" output is to be connected to the two sides of a spark gap. (A real spark should never occur here, in order to avoid high voltage levels on the oscilloscope.)
 
The "HV" output is to be connected to the two sides of a spark gap. (A real spark should never occur here, in order to avoid high voltage levels on the oscilloscope.)
 
The "PROBE" output is to be connected to an oscilloscope to measure the ionization of air between the contacts of the spark gap.
 
The "PROBE" output is to be connected to an oscilloscope to measure the ionization of air between the contacts of the spark gap.
  
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== Schematics ==
 
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File:High-Voltage Probe Box - PCB.pdf.png|PCB layout
 
File:High-Voltage Probe Box - PCB.pdf.png|PCB layout
 
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Latest revision as of 19:02, 24 March 2020

Dual Balanced Photodiode Driver

Ordered by
Tasos Koulouklidis
Ordered on
2 March 2019
Made by
Jann Kruse, George Gousis, John Koutsaidis
Finished on
12 March 2019
Files
Git repository

The box takes a high-voltage input through a SHV-BNC connector with RG-58 coaxial cable, which feeds directly onto the PCB. The "HV" output is to be connected to the two sides of a spark gap. (A real spark should never occur here, in order to avoid high voltage levels on the oscilloscope.) The "PROBE" output is to be connected to an oscilloscope to measure the ionization of air between the contacts of the spark gap.

Schematics