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X-ray camera

BioPhotonics
Apr 2009
Teledyne Rad-icon ImagingRequest Info
 
RadiconImaging.jpgThe Remote RadEye200 x-ray camera from Rad-icon Imaging Corp. offers a flexible design for complex imaging needs. Its x-ray sensor module is separated from the supporting electronics and mounted on a detachable 5-m cable to facilitate installation into tight spaces or onto gantry systems. The sensor module is available in several configurations, specified for use in the 5 to 20 keV, 10 to 50 keV, and up to 160 keV energy ranges. Shutter open time is 800 ms. A beryllium window option is offered for high sensitivity to low-energy x-rays in the 5- to 20-keV range for applications including x-ray crystallography and low-density materials imaging.


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