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Unit 1 for Ismael

What represents incomming power? 60 cycles
Nearly all x-ray equipment operates on? 110 volts
Incomming power must be modified to? 3-5 amps
What attracts electrons to the nucleus? Electrostatic
A generator converts electrical energy into mechanical energy? TRUE OR FALSE? False
In which direction does magnetism extent from current? Perpendicular
What is the unit of measurement of magnetism? Tesla
High frequency converts 60Hz to? 6,000 Hz
High frequency converts the incomming line to? 12-13 kHz
High frequency reaches peak kV in about ___% of the time as 3 phase? 10%
High frequency has ____ voltage ripple? 3-4%
Transformers have two electrical connections? False
The secondary side is the supplied current? TRUE OR FALSE? False
Transformer Law includes the number of turns of wire? TRUE OR FALSE? True
Transformers are used to change voltage? True
Voltage and ampere are directly proportional? TRUE OR FALSE? False
The number of turns and amperage are inversely proportional? TRUE OR FALSE? True
Transformers must have rectified current to operate? False
Autotransformers have both coils in series? True
The theory of line focus principle is to? Slant the target face
What is the heel effect? distribution variation of x-rays
Created by: kasienicole
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