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  • C10650 X-ray Camera
Oct 2009
Hamamatsu CorporationRequest Info
High-Resolution X-Ray TDI Camera
BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Oct. 5, 2009 – The C10650 x-ray time delay integration (TDI) line-scan camera manufactured by Hamamatsu Corp. fits under a conveyor to perform rapid x-ray inspections of objects on a production line, such as medicines, printed circuit boards and surface-mounted components. The camera provides high sensitivity and high resolution for high-speed imaging at lower light levels.

It features a 128-stage TDI-CCD coupled to a fiber optic plate with a scintillator. The camera’s TDI mode increases the signal collected by 128 times without increasing the integration time for one exposure, thereby enhancing the camera's sensitivity to low light signals. Each square pixel measures 48 µm per side, which results in high-resolution imaging.
TDI image acquisition is used in machine vision applications for industrial inspection and can record a linear process over time. It also is suitable for use when the aspect ratio of the subject being imaged is significantly asymmetric.

X-ray detection range is ~25 to 85 kVp, and x-ray tolerance is 93.5 kVp at 50 W. Analog/digital gain value is 0 to 20 dB.

The camera is available in two configurations. The C10650-221 has an x-ray-sensitive area of 146 × 6 mm, and the C10650-321 has an x-ray sensitive area of 221 × 6 mm. X-ray images are output as 12-bit data via the base configuration Camera Link interface, and dark current and shading correction are performed in real time.

For more information, visit:    

Hamamatsu Corp.
360 Foothill Road
Box 6910
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0910
Phone: (908) 231-0960
Toll Free: (800) 524-0504
Fax: (908) 231-1218


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