May 2010X-Scan Imaging Corp.Request Info
The XH8800 line-scan cameras introduced by X-Scan Imaging Corp.
for imaging high-energy x-ray and gamma ray scanning have a tungsten shielding and
fiber optic design that resist detector damage and extend the camera energy range.
They are suitable for imaging metal castings and steel objects from 101.6 to 304.8
mm thick and can be used for other radiography and nondestructive testing applications
that can be penetrated at energy levels below 450 keV. They are available in seven
active sensor lengths ranging from 154 to 1542 mm, with resolutions ranging from
96 to 30,720 pixels on centers down to 50 μm. They incorporate proprietary
CMOS silicon imaging detector array chips with on-chip signal processing circuits.
Inspection speeds are >100 cm/s, and typical dynamic range is 4000:1. All cameras
include a contiguous linear array of photodiodes, low-noise signal-processing circuitry,
16-bit analog-to-digital converters and a Camera Link interface.