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Highest Sensitivity X-Ray TDI Camera for Demanding Inspection Applications

Hamamatsu Photonics32, Hamamatsu-city, Japan
Radiographic Testing (RT), Detectors, instrumentation
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2009-10
Hamamatsu Photonics introduce the C10650 X-ray TDI CCD sensor, a brand new device for low level X-ray detection. Compared to conventional line sensors, such as the Hamamatsu C9750 series, which are based on CMOS technology, the TDI CCD provides high sensitivity, high resolution (sub 50 micron pixel size) and high dynamic range. The TDI-CCD allows very high speed imaging compared to conventional X-ray CCD cameras and up to 2280 lines can be readout per second. This allows the C10650 to be used in industrial applications requiring higher speed and / or higher image quality.

The C10650 incorporates a fibre-optic to shield the CCD from incident X-rays and the CsI scintillator is optimised for 20 kVp to 80 kVp operation. The X-ray camera module provides a 12 bit digital output via a camera link interface and operates from a 15V power supply.

The C10650 is available in two formats, 3072 x 128 pixels and 4608 x 128 pixels. With a large CCD pixel size of 48 micron in each case, this gives a total imaging area of up to 220 mm x 6 mm.

The C10650 can be adopted in a wide variety of NDT inspection applications, including mining, packaging, pharmaceuticals, pipelines, moulded metallic components, tyres, turbines, building materials, bone and glass in food stuffs, bottles, tin cans and many more.

For further information contact us on 01707 294 888 Email: info@hamamatsu.co.uk or visit our website: www.hamamatsu.co.uk

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