The Fluke Biomedical TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device help measure radiation dose output from X-ray emitting radiology devices. This compact, totally-wireless device features simultaneous all-in-one exposure measurement, including half-value layer, and choice of custom readout device or laptop communication with dedicated Zigbee interface for fast and secure results display and archiving. The system helps reduce the time required to take measurements because of its ease of use and fast speed. The systems also help imaging facilities meet regulatory requirements.
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