|X-Ray Output Detector.|
The X-Ray Output Detector provides a means of calibrating and trouble shooting x-ray generators. The Detector output is
designed to be connected directly to an oscilloscope. The x-ray waveform can be observed to find a wide variety of
problems inherent in x-rays. X-ray waveforms can be documented by using a digital scope, a storage scope or an
The detector is simply placed in the x-ray beam, then a cable is used to connect the detector to a standard oscilloscope. The resulting oscilloscope display represents the intensity-time relationship of the x-ray beam.
The detector is weighted to make it easy to place under the x-ray.
- Exposure Time Calibration
- Rectifier Problems
- Contactor Problems
- Loading Characteristics
- Cable or Connector Arching
- Shutter Calibration
MINIMUM OSCILLOSCOPE INPUT IMPEDANCE
Sample Oscilloscope Trace
- 60 kV at 50 mA
- 33 ms exposure