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Part

TG-27A

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HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES



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HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES TG Legacy Series DESCRIPTION CP Clare’s TG Leg acy Series of two electrode sparkgaps e xcel in applications that require the e fficient transfer of high voltage, high energy pulses and DC overvoltage prote ction for magnetrons, diodes, capacitor s, etc. The TG Legacy Series also inclu des three electrode triggered sparkgaps (cold cathode thyra.
Manufacture

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Clare  Inc TG-27A

TG-27A; trons) for switching high levels of stor ed energy in fractions of a microsecond , on command, using low energy control pulses. FEATURES s Tight DC breakdown voltage tolerance (± 10%) s Long-life tungsten or molybdenum electrodes s Rug ged ceramic-to-metal or glass-to-metal s s s s APPLICATIONS Test equipment Vi deo displays Pulse generators Medical e lectronics constru.


Clare  Inc TG-27A

ction VOLTAGE RANGES Series DC Breakdow n Voltage TG Two Electrode TG Three Ele ctrode (See detailed specifications for more data. Contact CP Clare for TG and XG part numbers or for other requireme nts not listed.) Units 0.345 - 60.0 kV 1.0 - 27.5 kV North America: 1-80 0-CPCLARE Europe: 32-11-300868 Asia: 886-2-2523-6368 Japan: 81-3-3980-2212 564 HIGH ENERGY .


Clare  Inc TG-27A

SPARK GAP DEVICES Two Electrode High-Ene rgy Spark Gaps SPECIFICATIONS All chara cteristics at 25˚C. PART NUMBER DC B REAKDOWN VOLTAGE (KV ± 10%) 2.50 2.50 3.00 12.50 3.00 3.00 2.60 2.20 ± 0.20 21.00 1.00 15.50 0.40 0.75 1.00 1.25 1. 50 2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 8.00 1 0.00 12.50 15.00 17.50 0.75 1.00 1.25 1 .50 2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.50 15.00 17..

Part

TG-27A

Description

HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES



Feature


HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES TG Legacy Series DESCRIPTION CP Clare’s TG Leg acy Series of two electrode sparkgaps e xcel in applications that require the e fficient transfer of high voltage, high energy pulses and DC overvoltage prote ction for magnetrons, diodes, capacitor s, etc. The TG Legacy Series also inclu des three electrode triggered sparkgaps (cold cathode thyra.
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 TG-27A
HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES
TG Legacy Series
DESCRIPTION
CP Clare’s TG Legacy Series of two electrode sparkgaps excel in applications that require the efficient transfer of
high voltage, high energy pulses and DC overvoltage protection for magnetrons, diodes, capacitors, etc. The TG
Legacy Series also includes three electrode triggered sparkgaps (cold cathode thyratrons) for switching high
levels of stored energy in fractions of a microsecond, on command, using low energy control pulses.
FEATURES
s Tight DC breakdown voltage tolerance (± 10%)
s Long-life tungsten or molybdenum electrodes
s Rugged ceramic-to-metal or glass-to-metal
construction
APPLICATIONS
s Test equipment
s Video displays
s Pulse generators
s Medical electronics
VOLTAGE RANGES
Series
TG
Two
Electrode
DC Breakdown
Voltage
0.345 - 60.0
Units
kV
TG
1.0 - 27.5
kV
Three
Electrode
(See detailed specifications for more data. Contact CP Clare for TG and XG part numbers or for other
requirements not listed.)
564
North America: 1-800-CPCLARE
Europe: 32-11-300868
Asia: 886-2-2523-6368
Japan: 81-3-3980-2212




 TG-27A
HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES
Two Electrode High-Energy Spark Gaps
SPECIFICATIONS
All characteristics at 25˚C.
PART DC BREAKDOWN
NUMBER VOLTAGE
(KV ± 10%)
INITIAL
PULSE
BREAKDOWN
VOLTAGE (KV)(3)
REPETITIVE
PULSE
BREAKDOWN
VOLTAGE (KV)(3)
PACKAGE
OUTLINE
DIMENSION A DIMENSION B DIMENSION C
(INCHES)
(INCHES)
(INCHES)
TG-6
2.50
1
0.620 max
0.455 ± 0.031
0.188 max
TG-8(1)
2.50
1
0.620 max
1.000 ± 0.031
0.125 max
TG-9
3.00
1
0.620 max
0.460 ± 0.031
0.188 max
TG-14
12.50
19.0 - 28.0
17.0 - 21.0
2
——
TG-15
3.00
1
0.620 max
1.000 ± 0.031
0.125 max
TG-16(1)
3.00
1
0.620 max
1.000 ± 0.031
0.125 max
TG-17
2.60
1
0.620 max
0.455 ± 0.031
0.188 max
TG-19(2)
2.20 ± 0.20
1
0.620 max
0.455 ± 0.031
0.275 ± .07
TG-20A
21.00
17.0 - 24.0
7
2.250 ± 0.125
TG-22
1.00
1
0.620 max
0.435 ± .031
0.188 max
TG-24
TG-25
TG-26A
TG-27A
TG-28A
TG-29
TG-30
TG-31
TG-32
TG-33
15.50
0.40
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
4.00
35.5 max
2 —— —
1
0.600 ± .030
1.100 ± .031
0.250 max
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
2 —— —
TG-34
TG-35
TG-36
TG-37
TG-38
TG-39
TG-40
TG-41A
TG-42A
TG-43A
5.00
6.00
8.00
10.00
12.50
15.00
17.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
—2
—2
—2
—2
—2
—2
—2
—3
—3
—3
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
TG-44
TG-45
TG-46
TG-47
TG-48
TG-49
TG-50
TG-51
TG-52
TG-53
TG-54
1.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
4.00
5.00
6.00
8.00
10.00
12.50
15.00
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
—3
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
——
TG-55
17.50
—3
——
TG-56
20.00
4
3.750 ± .125
TG-57
25.00
4
3.750 ± .125
TG-58
30.00
4
4.000 ± .188
TG-59
40.00
4
4.250 ± .188
TG-60
50.00
4
4.500 ± .188
(1) 6-32 tapped hole in non-tubulated end.
(2) Identical tubulation on both ends.
(3) The voltage level at which the spark discharge occurs when a unipolarity pulse train is applied to the gap. Typically, the pulse repetition rate is 400 pps (pulses/second) with a rise
time of 0.3 µs and a pulse width of 0.5 µs. The “initial” range specifies at what increasing voltage the gap begins to fire and the “rep” range specifies at what decreasing voltage the
gap ceases to fire repetitively.
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 TG-27A
HIGH ENERGY SPARK GAP DEVICES
Two Electrode High-Energy Spark Gaps
SPECIFICATIONS
All characteristics at 25˚C.
PART
NUMBER
DC BREAKDOWN
VOLTAGE
(KV ± 10%)
INITIAL
PULSE
BREAKDOWN
VOLTAGE (KV)(3)
REPETITIVE
PULSE
BREAKDOWN
VOLTAGE (KV)(3)
PACKAGE
OUTLINE
DIMENSION A DIMENSION B
(INCHES)
(INCHES)
DIMENSION C
(INCHES)
TG-61
TG-62
TG-63
TG-64
TG-65
TG-66
TG-67
TG-68
TG-69
TG-70
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
4.00
5.00
6.00
5
0.770 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.520 ± .022
5
0.770 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.520 ± .022
5
0.770 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.520 ± .022
5
0.770 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.520 ± .022
5
0.770 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.520 ± .022
5
0.790 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.540 ± .022
5
0.790 ± .062
0.310 ± .020
0.540 ± .022
5
0.820 ± .062
0.340 ± .020
0.570 ± .022
5
0.820 ± .062
0.340 ± .020
0.570 ± .022
5
0.820 ± .062
0.340 ± .020
0.570 ± .022
TG-71
TG-72
TG-73
TG-74
TG-75
TG-76
TG-77
TG-78
TG-79
TG-82
8.00
10.00
12.50
15.00
17.50
0.40 ± .05
-
1.00
2.50
15.00
9.0 - 11.5
15.0 - 19.0
9.0 - 11.5
13.0 - 18.0
5
5
5
5
5
1
special
1A
2
7A
0.860 ± .062
0.860 ± .062
0.965 ± .062
0.965 ± .062
0.965 ± .062
0.600 ± .030
0.620 max
0.950 ± .050
0.380 ± .020
0.380 ± .020
0.490 ± .020
0.490 ± .020
0.490 ± .020
0.494 ± .031
0.425 ± .031
0.610 ± .022
0.610 ± .022
0.715 ± .022
0.715 ± .022
0.715 ± .022
0.250 max
TG-83
TG-84
TG-85
TG-86
TG-87
TG-89(2)
TG-90
TG-98
TG-99
TG-100
16.50
30.00
15.00
0.60
0.80
2.90
20.00
0.345 ± .045
2.75 ± 0.25
38.00
16.0 - 22.0(4)
31.0 - 43.0(4)
9.0 - 11.5
17.0 - 24.0
16.0 - 22.0(4)
31.0 - 43.0(4)
9.0 - 11.5
2
4
special
1A
1A
1
special
3A
2
4
4.000 ± .188
0.620 max
0.620 max
0.620 max
4.000 ± .188
0.537 ± .031
0.537 ± .031
0.460 ± .031
0.440 ± .031
0.188 max
0.188 max
TG-102
TG-103
TG-104
TG-105
TG-106
TG-107
TG-108
TG-109
TG-110
TG-112
1.25
1.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00
5.00
0.40 ± .05
0.20 ± .10
1A
0.620 max
0.440 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.445 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.445 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.445 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.487 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.487 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.487 ± .031
0.188 max
1A
0.620 max
0.487 ± .031
0.188 max
1A 0.620 max
1
0.620 max
0.455 ± .031
0.275 ± .075
TG-115
13.00 ± 1.00
—3—
TG-116(6)
25.00
4A 3.750 ± .125
TG-117
21.00
17.0 - 24.0
7 2.000 ± .125
TG-118
21.50
16.0 - 22.0
5
0.965 ± .062
0.490 ± .020
0.715 ± .022
TG-119
45.00
4 4.250 ± .188
TG-120
8.00
7.4 - 8.7
5
0.860 ± .062
0.380 ± .020
0.610 ± .022
(1) 6-32 tapped hole in non-tubulated end.
(2) Identical tubulation on both ends.
(3) The voltage level at which the spark discharge occurs when a unipolarity pulse train is applied to the gap. Typically, the pulse repetition rate is 400 pps (pulses/second) with a rise
time of 0.3 µs and a pulse width of 0.5 µs. The “initial” range specifies at what increasing voltage the gap begins to fire and the “rep” range specifies at what decreasing voltage the
gap ceases to fire repetitively.
(4) Pulse repetition rate is 1500pps instead of the standard 400pps.
(5) Though outlines 2, 3, and 3A are identical, the electrode materials and configurations vary internally.
(6) Though outlines 4 and 4A are identical, gaps with outline 4A have heavier internal construction to withstand more severe shock and vibration.
566
North America: 1-800-CPCLARE
Europe: 32-11-300868
Asia: 886-2-2523-6368
Japan: 81-3-3980-2212



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