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  • X-Ray Detectors

BioPhotonics
Aug 2014
Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM ComponentsRequest Info
 
WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada, March 17, 2014 — Teledyne Dalsa has added two new models to its Shad-o-Box x-ray detector line, the 3K and 6K HS. The sensors are suitable for applications such as industrial x-ray inspection, scientific imaging and nondestructive testing, including printed circuit board inspection, microfocus CT and small-animal imaging.

They offer resolutions of 2304 × 1300 and 2304 × 2940 pixels with active areas of 11.4 × 6.4 and 11.4 × 14.6 cm, respectively; both use a 49.5-µm pixel size. They deliver real-time rates of up to 10 fps in a single-tile, fully integrated large-area device featuring Gigabit Ethernet interface.

The detectors leverage proprietary CMOS image sensing technology, enabling the delivery of low-dose x-ray images yielding higher quality than amorphous silicon flat panels and image intensifier devices.

Other features include resolution of 10 line pairs per millimeter, 14-bit image digitization, software development kits, drivers and programming support.


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GLOSSARY
x-ray detector
One of various types of fluorescent screens used to detect x-ray radiation. Photographic film is mildly sensitive to x-rays, but much more sensitive to light. Hence, in photographing x-ray shadowgraphs, it is common practice to compress the film between two fluorescent screens and so have the advantage of the film's natural sensitivity.
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