X-ray high-voltage generator definition

X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the x-ray control to the tube operating potential. The device may also include means for transforming alternating current to direct current, filament transformers for the x-ray tube(s), high-voltage switches, electrical protective devices, and other appropriate elements.
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the x-ray control to the tube operating potential. The device may also include means for transforming alternating current to direct current,

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X-ray high-voltage generator means a device that supplies electrical energy to the X-ray tube to create an X-ray beam.
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device that transforms electrical
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the x-ray control to the tube operating
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the X-ray x-ray control to the tube operating potential. The device may also
X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the x‑ray control to the tube operating potential. The device may also include means for transforming alternating current to direct current, filament transformers for the x‑ray tube(s), high‑voltage switches, electrical protective devices and other appropriate elements.

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Customer-generator means a residential or commercial customer that owns (or leases or contracts) and operates an electric generating facility that: (a) has a capacity of not more than 1000 kilowatts; (b) uses renewable resources, cogeneration, fuel cells, or microturbines; (c) is located on the customer's premises; (d) is interconnected with the Electric Company's transmission and distribution facilities; and(e) is intended primarily to offset all or part of the customer's own electricity requirements.
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Generator means a device that produces electricity.
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