The Teltron Thomson Tube S is used to investigate electron beams in electric and magnetic fields.
An integrated plate capacitor allows the electron beam to be deflected electrostatically and use of Helmholtz coils allows the electron beam to be deflected magnetically. The path taken by the electron beam is rendered visible on a fluorescent screen with a scale inclined by 10° with respect to the beam axis. Cathode heating voltage: Uh < 7.5 V, Ih < 0.4 A Anode voltage: Ua < 5 kVAnode current: typically Ia = 0.2 mA at Ua = 4 kVDeflection voltage: U < 350 V
Universally applicable, floating, high-voltage power supply with
The Tube Holder S is the mounting point for the entire line of Teltron Student ('S') Series (U18550...U18575) and related accessories, such as the Helmholtz Coils S (U18505) and Auxiliary Coil (U19106). An easily replaceable fuse is located in the ...