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Description: Thermo Scientific* MicroFocus X-Ray Tube 125kV Side Window is a constant potential, continuous duty X-ray tube.Short target to window spacing facilitates the generation of high resolution direct x-ray magnified images from any size object.
- Source Type: X-ray Tube
- Voltage: 125000 volts
Description: Thermo Scientific* PXS5-722SA, 70kV MicroFocus X-Ray Sources are constant potential, continuous duty microfocus portable X-ray sources for use in high resolution radiographic and real-time imaging applications.Houses a side-window sealed tube, a high voltage power supply and the short target
- Source Type: X-ray tube and Power Supply
- Voltage: 20000 to 70000 volts
- Tube Current: 2.4 amps
- Target Angle: 24 degrees
Supplier: VJ Technologies, Inc.
Description: The IXS Series is an exceptionally compact, highly reliable line of high voltage x-ray generators with superior stability performance, capable of operating under a wide range of conditions. The X-ray generator integrates the high voltage inverter, filament supply, x-ray tube and heat exchanger
- Source Type: X-ray Generator
- Voltage: 85000 volts
- Tube Current: 1.80E-6 amps
- Focal Spot Size: 800 µm
Standards and Technical Documents - Non-destructive testing -- Measurement and evaluation of the X-ray tube voltage -- Part 2: Constancy check by the thick filter method -- ISO 16526-2:2011
Description: ISO 16526-2:2011 specifies a constancy check of a X-ray system where mainly the X-ray voltage is checked and also the tube current and the constitution of the target which can be changing due to ageing of the tube. The thick filter method is based on a measurement of the dose rate behind a defined
Description: PXS5-822SA combines the x-ray tube and high voltage power supply into one compact package that is powered from a 12 VDC source. A matching digital or analog controller is available for driving the Kevex PXS5-822SA as well as for adjusting and monitoring both target voltage and electron beam current.
- Instrument / System Type: X-ray Generator / Source
- Form Factor: Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- X-ray Operating Voltage: 20000 to 80000 volts
- Programmable / Digital Control Unit: Yes
Description: The P12506 is a continuous duty power supply designed to drive and monitor the KM125 series of x-ray tubes. Front panel controls and indicators allow the operator full function control of the x-ray tube, while monitoring the status of the system. Remote control and monitoring of both the target
- Power Supply Type: DC Power Supply
- Style / Mounting: External Power Supply, Enclosed, Rack Mount
- Applications: High Voltage, Plasma
- Display: Analog / Visual Indicator
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Newbury Electronics uses Nikon's X-ray inspection
a handful of potential X-ray machine suppliers. The feature of the Nikon Metrology equipment that clinched the choice of the XT V 160 was that although it is a high power machine, it is of open-tube design. The latter means that the electron beam-producing filament can be replaced every six to nine months for a cost of under £10 each time. With closed-tube designs, the manufacturer has to be called in to renew the tube every couple of years at a potential cost of up to £15,000, which... (read more)
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Tungsten, Molybdenum, Tantalum in Cancer Treatment
X-ray tubes. Pure and TZM molybdenum based alloys are the materials of choice for the X-ray tube rotating anode discs and shaft components, where high temperature strength and creep resistance are highly desirable. Tantalum and Niobium . Adding to H.C. Starck ’s portfolio are tantalum and niobium, renowned for their corrosion resistance and are, in fact, virtually inert to chemical attack by most acids. They are ductile materials that are good conductors of heat and electricity... (read more)
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Improvements in Low Power, End window, Transmission-Target X-ray Tubes
consumption for handheld instrumentation. Areas of the tube that have been improved include the anode, the cathode, and the high-voltage power supply. 1) The anode can be a sputtered film on the inside of the X-ray window. Densified films of a more uniform thickness provide higher X-ray output and more
Characterization Techniques for Miniature Low Power X-Ray Tubes
as the spectral characterization of the tube. The beamspot. dimensions and location can be measured at several high-voltage settings to ensure. stability. This setup allows monitoring spectral contamination lines, total output flux, and. net target-peak intensity at the anode line. To ensure tube X-ray
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Use of X-ray fluorescence for chemical analysis
Toussaint (1971) examined the excitation effici- encies of different x ray tube targets for some low energy x ray spectra and found a gold target to be most efficient for the K, lines of silicon, aluminium and magnesium.
Quality Assurance Programme for Screen-film Mammography
13) Repeat the procedure for all X ray tube targets and for magnification mode.
Estimation of Service Life of X-Ray Tube Anodes
Thus, the X ray tube target structure (strong target on soft substrate) achieved in the process of operation of the X ray tube is optimal for reducing the accumulation of irreversible plastic deformations due to material fatigue.
Implementation of the International Code of Practice on Dosimetry in Diagnostic Radiology (TRS 457): Review of Test Results
To overcome this difficulty, one participating SSDL (Finland) established other mammography qualities based on a tungsten X ray tube target (Cuba is also planning to use a tungsten target based system).
Full-field images of mammographic phantoms obtained with a single photon counting system
Figure 8 (a) shows the radiograph of part of the phantom, obtained at 28 kVp with a Mo target X ray tube on a standard mammographic film-screen system.
L absorption spectra of 57La to 63Eu in their oxides
In the case of the L absorption spectra of La, Ce, Pr and Nd, no suitable reference line was found on the higher wavelength side of the LIIlabsorption edge, when Cu and W target x ray tubes were employed.
Multiple Bragg reflection monochromators for synchrotron x radiation
For comparative purposes a copper target x ray tube loaded at 40 keV and 20 mA was used to illuminate the 2-2 spectro- meter.
Development of X-ray fluorescence analysis in Russia in 1991–2010
Kitov and Moukhachev studied theoretically the shape of the spectral distribu tion of the emission of pulsed through target X ray tubes .
Effect of the preparation conditions on the phase composition, structure, and mechanical characteristics of vacuum-Arc Zr-Ti-Si-N coatings
The study of the elemental composition was performed using a SPRUT (Ukrrentgen, Ukraine) X ray fluorescence spectrom eter with a through target X ray tube with a silver anode at an excitation voltage of 40 kV.
Growth and properties of Gay In1 − y Pz As1 − x − z Bix solid solutions on GaP substrates
X ray rocking curves were obtained on a TRS 1 high resolution X ray diffractometer in double crystal geometry, using a copper target X ray tube .
Electrophoretic deposition of Y2 O3 -stabilized ZrO2 nanoparticles on the surface of dense La0.7 Sr0.3 MnO3−δ cathodes produced by pyrolysis and solid-state ...
Phase compositions were deter mined by X ray diffraction on a D8 Discover diffrac tometer using a copper target X ray tube and dif fracted beam .
Magnetic properties of nickel ferrite nanoparticles prepared using flotation extraction
X ray diffraction (XRD) patterns of the powder thus prepared were collected on a DRON 3M diffractome ter using a copper target X ray tube .
X-Ray luminescence of polycrystalline TbO2 -doped Li2 B4 O7
XL was excited using a molybdenum target X ray tube at an electron energy of 40 keV and a current of 20 mA.
Synthesis, structure, and properties of large surface area Fe3 O4 /SiO2 nanocomposites
XRD patterns were collected on a DRON 4 07 diffractometer using a cobalt target X ray tube (λ = 0.179021 nm) and a diffracted beam graphite mono chromator (Bragg–Brentano geometry) .