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Layout and Setup Tips

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Above is a close-up view of the left side of the supply. The blank area on the left is for the HV quadrupler which has been removed for clarity. This quadrupler is the same as other Barco sets. The quadrupler changed in 1998, you cannot interchange the old and new style. The HV section will go up in smoke after 45 minutes of seemingly normal operation. Make sure the part number match if you try and replace this part yourself.

Take note of the painted red trimpots on the chassis. These are trimpots that are not to be adjusted and are factory preset. Under normal use and even under most failure conditions, these pots do not need to be adjusted.




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