We can simply understand the high-voltage power supply as a complex circuit. After the low-voltage current passes through the load circuit, it can be converted into high-voltage electricity.
Generally speaking, the high-voltage power supply we say is a relative statement rather than absolute calligraphy. For example, the 75/90KV high-voltage power supply we commonly use is relative to the 22v of household appliances.
The high-voltage power supply can be converted through direct current (DC) and alternating current (VC) input, which is more practical for the general DC input on the equipment we use with low power.
Most of the high-voltage power supplies produced and sold by our company are suitable for both AC and DC input methods.
Author: X Ray Machine Accessories