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Terahertz Imager

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KASSEL, Germany, April 27, 2020 — Terahertz ImagerThe T-SENSE terahertz imager from HÜBNER Photonics is available with a higher resolution than previous models with an increased working distance of 5 cm and a higher workload of 1,000 letters or envelopes/hour.

The system protects workplaces and their staff by visualizing hidden objects and hazardous substances within incoming packages in an efficient and automated way. In addition, due to the insensitivity of living tissue to terahertz waves, these systems do not require the same level of safety precautions compared with conventional devices like x-ray scanners, making the T-SENSE easy to integrate in all security work flows.
Apr 2020

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