X-ray TDI camera C12200-461

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X-ray TDI camera C12200-461 is useful for in-line applications requiring high-speed operation with high sensitivity. TDI imaging is appropriate for applications where it is desired to record a linear movement, or where the aspect ratio of the subject being imaged is significantly asymmetric. Low brightness under high resolution usage, a problem with conventional line sensor cameras, is improved with this X-ray TDI camera, making it suitable for applications which require high resolution.

Features

  • High speed readout: 36.8 m/min.
  • Detection area: 293.4 mm
  • Horizontal spatial resolution: 6144 pixels
  • High S/N ratio with 16 bit output
  • Camera Link Interface (Base Configuration)
  • Single power supply (+15 V) operation
  • Real time dark current/shading correction function
  • Frame readout mode for easy installation alignment

Specifications

Type number C12200-461
Scintillator FOS (Fiber optic plate with scintillator)
Effective X-ray tube voltage range Approx. 25 kV to 90 kV*1
Number of pixels 6144 (H)×110 (V)*2
X-ray sensitive area 293.4 mm (H)×5.2 mm (V)
Line speed 2.88 m/min to 23.04 m/min
CCD pixel clock 5.0 MHz
TDI line rate 1×1: Max. 8.0 kHz (23.04 m/min)
binning 2×2: Max. 6.4 kHz (36.864 m/min)
A/D converter 16 bit
External control interface Camera Link Base Configuration
Pixel clock 50 MHz (Camera Link)
Power supply DC+15 V
Power consumption Approx. 40 VA

*1 Usable range of X-ray strength may vary depending on the tube current, the tube voltage and the distance.
*2 "Effective number of pixels" is all outputting pixel number including overlapped pixel. When the overlapped pixels are deleted, actual pixel numbers will vary. And also, X-ray sensitive area will vary.

Dimensions

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