Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | June 27, 2017

RaySafe Introduces Pro-Slit Camera for Accurate Focal Spot Measurement

Quality assurance system can be combined with RaySafe Pro-Stand for easy and repeatable measurement setup

RaySafe Introduces Pro-Slit Camera for Accurate Focal Spot Measurement

June 27, 2017 — Unfors RaySafe recently introduced the RaySafe Pro-Slit Phantom and the RaySafe Pro-Stand.

The RaySafe Pro-Slit Phantom is a slit camera for accurate measurement of the focal spot size of various imaging systems according to IEC 60336:2005. Its design enables repeatable and accurate measurements and the possibility to measure the size of any focal spot with one tool.

The RaySafe Pro-Stand (not included) enables easy and repeatable measurement setup. The RaySafe Pro-Stand is an adjustable stand that is designed to make focal spot measuring procedures easy to perform, as well as ensuring accurate results. It can be used with the slit camera, RaySafe pinholes,and can also be used for manual HVL measurements. The device comes in a basic version that includes adjustable height from 350 mm to over 600 mm (wide range of magnification) and adjustable horizontal positioning. The full version additionally offers, tilt functionality of 10 degrees, a positioning tool for easy setup and a heavy-duty rugged case for safe transportation.

For more information: www.raysafe.com

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