Real Time Analog X-ray Imaging
Systems used for real-time applications the verify correct manufacturing properties widely used in the electronic and die-casting industries.Key Benefits
- Low cost
- Used in real-time applications with multiply axis manipulators
- Analog output through BNC co-axial connections
- Ultra fast testing speeds
- Easy to implement on factory floor
- Simple for shop floor personnel to operate and maintain
Image Intensifiers are a real time imaging device that has been used in the industry a long time. They are low cost real time imaging format. They are continuously used in many different types of applications and with the new types of tube inserts available, makes them an extremely effective imaging device.
Peltec Services offer complete image intensifier systems including CCD cameras and monitors. Each system is fine tuned to customers needs before shipment. Retrofits and installations are available.
In the HP Series, the use of a single glass output window eliminates the small detail contrast degradation of double glass windows. An anti-reflective coating and darkened stray light absorptive glass contribute to contrast improvements.
The HX Series is a newly developed thick glass output window and has the advantage of nearly 100% light transmission and superior small detail contrast. The window, with a coated periphery that completely absorbs reflected light is entirely free of veiling glare. Significant improvements are achieved in large area and small detail contrast ratios. Another distinguishing characteristics is the new ultra-compact output phosphor. The improved P-20 screen contains more homogenous particles between 1 to 2 microns in a 4 - 8 micron thickness, producing lower fixed pattern noise and further enhancing resolution. The new Hi-Res input screen greatly increases X-ray absorption producing sugnificantly higher Detection Quantum Efficiency (DQE) and Conversion Factor. Inproved evaporation techniques form a thicker Csl Scintillation screen with lower crystals cross talk. Very thin 5-micron diameter needles improve the density and final electro-optical characteristics of the Scintillator. The resulting image contains simultaneously lower noise and more brightness than previous generations, due to these improved phosphor depositing technologies.
Retaining the features of the HX Series image intensifiers, the new QX Series offers improved contrast resolution and conversion factor, while maintaining an excellent DQE.
Use of the QX Series image tube also ensures: lower noise in digital mode, Pulse operation modes, wide dynamic range, and improved blemish characteristics.
Real Time X-ray Image Intensifiers