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Line-Scan Camera

BioPhotonics
Mar 2011
X-Scan Imaging Corp.Request Info
 
X-Scan Imaging Corp. has unveiled an addition to its family of line-scan cameras. Designed for imaging ultrahigh-energy x-ray and gamma ray applications at energy levels to 15 MeV, the XMH8800 series cameras combine scintillation (for converting high-energy photons to visible light) and fiber optics (for subsequently conveying the visible light to an off-axis CMOS diode array detector). A lead or tungsten body shields the diode array and integrated electronics, enabling long life under extreme radiation conditions. The cameras are available in active sensor lengths ranging from 154 to 3686 mm and offer a broad mix of resolutions ranging from 96 to 9216 pixels on centers as small as 400 μm. They have applications in CT and nondestructive testing.


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GLOSSARY
gamma ray
The spontaneous emittance of electromagnetic radiation by the nucleus of certain radioactive elements during their quantum transition between two energy levels. The radiation emitted has a wavelength between 10-8 and 10-10 cm.
radiation
The emission and/or propagation of energy through space or through a medium in the form of either waves or corpuscular emission.
radiography
A photographic process using x-ray radiation or the g-rays of radioactive materials.
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