X-ray line scan camera C9750-05FCN

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The X-ray line scan camera C9750-05FCN can take a high-sensitivity, high-resolution transparent X-ray image of an inspected object transported on a belt conveyor or similar apparatus. Since the content of an object, which is not visible with the naked eye, can be inspected without contact or destruction, this camera is suitable for broad interior X-ray observation, enabling the detection of a foreign body mixed in food, electronic components, etc. By adopting a thin sensor head with a thickness of only 50 mm, installation inside a conveyor is also possible. Moreover, the wide inspection area enables internal observation of a large object, which was difficult until now.

Features

  • Detection width : 256mm
  • Line speed : 4m to 100m/minute
  • I/F : RS-422
  • 400 µm pitch camera
  • Low energy type (10 kV to 40kV) (option)
  • Only 50 mm in thickness
  • Spatial resolution
  • Connection to a computer is possible.
  • Sensitivity setting is possible.

Specifications

Type number C9750-05FCN
Detection method Scintillator method
Effective X-ray tube voltage range Approx. 25 kV to 160 kV*1
Sensor element pitch 0.4 mm*2
Detection width 256 mm: 640 pixels
Resolution 1/640
Line speed 4 m/min to 100 m/min*3
A/D converter 12 bit
Digital interface RS-422
Ambient operating temperature 0 ℃ to +40 ℃
Ambient storage temperature -10 ℃ to +50 ℃
Ambient operating/storage humidity 30 % to 80 % (with no condensation)
Power supply DC+5 V/DC+15 V

*1 Low kV (10 kV to 40 kV)is available as option (M10313-01).
*2 0.8 mm and 1.6 mm pitch are available as option.
*3 Maximum line speed is changed by pixel number. Please consult Hamamatsu.

※ Other specifications (line speed / number of pixels / detection width etc.) can also correspond. Please contact us.

Dimensions

c9750-05 dimensional outline
A8206-21 dimensional outline

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