Bone densitometry X-ray generator XRB80PN100HR

bone densitometry X-ray generator
bone densitometry X-ray generator
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Type of imagery
for bone densitometry

100 W


XRB80PN100HR Monoblock® X-Ray Generator Integrated HV Supply, Filament Supply, X-Ray Tube, Beam Port and Control Electronics Compact & Lightweight Universal Input, Power Factor Corrected with Internal EMI Filter Can be Mounted in Any Physical Orientation Analog Monitoring Interface and Standard RS-232 Digital Program and Monitor Interface Elapsed Time Meter Provided on Controller to Monitor X-Ray Tube Usage 80kV, 100W Integrated X-Ray Source Spellman’s XRB80PN100HR (high reliability) Monoblock® X-Ray source is designed for OEM applications powering its internal Bipolar X-Ray tube up to 80kV at 100W. Features like universal input, small package size and a standard RS-232 digital interface simplify integrating this Monoblock® into your X-Ray system. The XRB80PN100HR is available either with fan shaped (standard) or (optional) cone shaped beam geometries. Proprietary emission control circuitry provides excellent regulation of X-Ray tube current, along with outstanding stability performance. The XRB80PN100HR is designed for long field life. Typical applications: X-Ray Scanning Thickness Measurement Food Inspection Fill Level Confirmation Parcel Inspection Specifications (Ref. 128118-001 REV. J) X-Ray Characteristics: Focal Spot: 0.8mm (IEC 336) standard 0.5mm (IEC 336) optional Beam Filter: Ultem: 3.00mm ±0.15mm Oil: 7.5mm ±0.25mm Glass: 1.7mm ±0.2mm Be: 0.8mm Beam Geometry: Fan: Standard. The beam angular coverage will be 80° with the beam plane perpendicular to the X-Ray tube axis and 20° wide (with a 2° tolerance) Cone: Optional. 20° cone beam (with a 2° tolerance)


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