High Voltage Amplifiers

Information about High-Voltage Amplifier Technology and High-Voltage Amplifier Characteristics is provided below the table.

Amplifiers ≥ 5 kV

Model
Output Voltage
Output Current
(DC or Peak AC)
Slew Rate
(Greater than)
Large Signal Bandwidth
(DC to Greater than)
Small Signal Bandwidth
(DC to Greater than)
Data Sheet
(PDF)
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40-15 Amplifier
50/12

0 to ±50 kV 0 to ±12 mA 350 V/µs 1.4 kHz
(2% Distortion )
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF
40-15 Amplifier
40/15

0 to 40 kV 0 to 15 mA 350 V/s 1.4 kHz
(2% Distortion )
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

30/20A

0 to 30 kV 0 to 20 mA 550V/s 2.5 kHz
(2% Distortion)
30 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

P0621P

0 to +30 kV 0 to 20 mA 350 V/s 3.5 kHz
(1% Distortion)
25 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

P0621N

0 to -30 kV 0 to 20 mA 350 V/s 3.5 kHz
(1% Distortion)
25 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

20/20C-HS

0 to ±20 kV 0 to ±20 mA or
±60 mA peak AC
for 1 ms
Must not exceed 20 mA rms
800 V/µs 5.2 kHz
(1% Distortion)
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

20/20C

0 to ±20 kV 0 to ±20 mA 450 V/µs 7.5 kHz
(-3dB)

3.75 kHz
(1% Distortion)
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PD07016

0 to 10 kV 0 to 60 mA DC

300 mA peak AC for 20 s
1000 V/s 7.5 kHz
(2% Distortion )
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

10/40A-HS

0 to ±10 kV 0 to ±40 mA or
±120 mA peak AC
for 1 ms
Must not exceed 40 mA rms max
900 V/µs 23 kHz
(-3dB)

9 kHz
(1% Distortion)
25 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

10/40A

0 to 10 kV 0 to 40 mA 750 V/s 23 kHz
(-3dB)

7.5 kHz
(1% Distortion)
25 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

10/10B-HS

0 to 10 kV 0 to 10 mA DC
or
±40 mA peak AC
for 1 ms
700 V/s 19.5 kHz
(-3dB)

9.5 kHz
(1% Distortion )
60 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

609B-3

0 to 10 kV 0 to 2 mA 30 V/s 400 Hz
(1% Distortion )
10 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

610E

0 to 1 kV or
0 to 10 kV
0 to 200 A
0 to 2000A
35 V/s 1.2 kHz
(-3dB)

600 Hz
(1% Distortion)
10 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PD05034

0 to 7.5 kV 0 to 50 mA DC

160 mA peak AC
1000 V/s 15 kHz
(1% Distortion )
75 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

5/80

0 to 5 kV 0 to 80 mA 1000 V/s 50 kHz
(3% Distortion)
75 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PD06087

0 to 5 kV 0 to 20 mA 500 V/s 15 kHz
(1% Distortion )
20 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

Amplifiers < 5 kV

Model
Output Voltage
Output Current
(DC or Peak AC)
Slew Rate
(Greater than)
Large Signal Bandwidth
(DC to Greater than)
Small Signal Bandwidth
(DC to Greater than)
Data Sheet
(PDF)
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609E-6

0 to 4 kV 0 to 20 mA 150 V/s 13 kHz
(-3dB)

6 kHz
(1% Distortion )
35 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PZD2000A

0 to 2 kV 0 to 200 mA DC or
400 mA peak AC
750 V/s 60 kHz
(3% Distortion)
100 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

623B

0 to ±2 kV 0 to ±40 mA 300 V/µs 10 kHz
(1% Distortion )
40 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF


2200 Series
0 to ±2 kV
0 to ±1 kV
0 to ±500 V
0 to ±20 mA peak AC
0 to ±40 mA peak AC
0 to ±80 mA peak AC
For detailed specifications, please see specific models PDF


2220
0 to ±2 kV

0 to ±10 mA

0 to ±20 mA peak AC

100 V/µs 7.5 kHz
(-3dB)
50 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

677B

0 to 2 kV 0 to 5 mA 15 V/s 1.2 kHz
(1% Distortion)
5 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF


2210
0 to ±1 kV

0 to ±20 mA DC

±40 mA peak AC

150 V/µs 40 kHz
(-3dB)
100 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PZD700A-1
,
PZD700A-2

0 to 700 V
(bipolar)

0 to +1.4 kV
0 to -1.4 kV
(unipolar)
0 to 100 mA
(bipolar)

0 to 50 mA
(unipolar)
380 V/s
(bipolar)

370 V/s
(unipolar)
125kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)

120 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
250 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PZD700A M/S

0 to 700 V
(bipolar)

0 to +1.4 kV
0 to -1.4 kV
(unipolar)
0 to 200 mA
(bipolar)

0 to 100 mA
(unipolar)
380 V/s
(bipolar)

370 V/s
(unipolar)
150 kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)

125 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
200 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF


2205
0 to ±500 V

0 to ±40 mA DC

±80 mA peak AC

150 V/µs 75 kHz
(-3dB)
100 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

601C-1
,
601C-2
0 to 500 V

0 to +1 kV
0 to -1 kV
10 mA DC

20 mA peak AC
50 V/s 8 kHz
(1% Distortion)
30 kHz
(-3dB)
PDF

PZD350A-1
,
PZD350A -2
0 to ±350 V
(bipolar)

0 to +700 V
0 to -700 V
(unipolar)
0 to ±200 mA
(bipolar)

0 to ±100 mA
(unipolar)
550 V/µs
(bipolar)

440 V/µs
(unipolar)
250 kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)

200 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
350 kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)


250 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
PDF

PZD350A M/S
0 to 350 V
(bipolar)

0 to +700 V
0 to -700 V
(unipolar)
0 to 400 mA
(bipolar)

0 to 200 mA
(unipolar)
500 V/s
(bipolar)

400 V/s
(unipolar)
250 kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)

200 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
350 kHz (bipolar)
(-3dB)


250 kHz (unipolar)
(-3dB)
PDF

2100HF
0 to 150 V 0 to 300 mA 2000 V/s 2.6 MHz
(-3dB)
3 MHz
(-3dB)
PDF

603-1
, 603-2
0 to 125 V

0 to +250 V
0 to -250 V
0 to 40 mA DC or

80 mA peak AC
100 V/s 150 kHz
5% Distortion
PDF

High-Voltage Amplifier Technology

Trek high-voltage power amplifiers employ unique and proprietary circuitry to produce a closed-loop amplifier system which features exceptional DC stability and excellent wideband performance characteristics.

Featuring all-solid-state construction, Trek amplifiers are fully protected against arc-over and operation into short circuits. Trek power amplifiers employ a unique four-quadrant class AB high-voltage output stage which is constructed using MOS power transistor devices in a proprietary multidevice cascode connection. This cascode connection provides tight voltage and power sharing across all devices in the cascode array to yield exceptional MTBF reliability performance.

As the stability of the closed-loop amplifier system is dependent upon the feedback voltage divider stability over time, temperature, and humidity, Trek employs an advanced thin film resistance technology in its feedback dividers. The signal from the feedback divider, being a precision divided representation of the amplifier output signal, is used to provide a low-level voltage monitor signal and to complete the feedback loop by comparing the divider output against the amplifier input signal in a high-gain integrating stage. The output of the integrating stage is used to drive optical couplers connected to the output stage cascode connected MOS device arrays, thus closing the feedback loop.To generate the high voltage required by the output stages, high-voltage, high-frequency switching type power supplies are typically used.

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High-Voltage Amplifier Characteristics

We offer an extensive line of solid-state, DC-stable high-voltage power amplifiers with a choice of voltage and current ranges to accommodate a variety of demanding applications. Trek amplifiers are designed for wide bandwidth, high slew rate and low noise performance. Innovative technology provides the truest amplified reproduction of the applied signal and enables effective management of power dissipation while driving resistive or reactive loads.

The dynamic response characteristics of the active output stage makes Trek amplifiers more appropriate than power supplies for many applications. Trek amplifiers are protected against output short circuits and over voltages. Many models include an automatic current compliance limit or current trip feature for protective shut-down and safety. Transconductance models are also available.

Features include:

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