Product information "XTI90802 Harrier TDI CMOS X-Ray Line Scan Cameras"
CMOS Photodiode Detector Array; 8 Rows of Pixels; Resolution 0.2-0.8 mm; X-Ray Energy 15-160 kV; Interface GigE, USB3.0, Camera Link
The XTI90802 Harrier TDI CMOS series of x-ray line scan cameras are designed for high-resolution (200 µm) radiographic in-line imaging applications. Signal levels are comparable with a 0.4 mm LDA (linear diode array). Use the XTI90802 Harrier cameras to double your resolution compared to 0.4 mm LDAs while retaining a similar signal level.
Time delay integration (TDI) imaging is based on the concept of accumulating multiple line scans (8 rows of pixels) which provides significantly increased responsivity, higher resolution, greater scanning speeds, decreased noise and increased SNRs/CNRs when compared to other technologies, including single-scan linear diode array (LDA) imagers.
With these features, XTI90802 Harrier TDI CMOS x-ray line scan cameras are aiming at those non-destructive testing (NDT) imaging applications that require higher inspection rates and higher quality imaging.
X-Scan Imaging housings are available in two form factors: The DR housing is a low-profile, wider detector to fit under conveyor systems or other tight spaces, while the DS housing is a taller, narrower profile. The standard X-Scan Imaging single energy, dual energy and CMOS TDI detectors all share the same mounting hole pattern.
A collection of hardware for interfacing to computers and software including drivers, an intuitive application programming interface (API), example code software, and standard inspection application expedite developments of x-ray scanning systems.
Wide Range of Resolutions & Selection of Lengths
Compact Form Factor
Rows of Pixels: 8
Resolution: 0.2 mm for All Applications, 0.4 and 0.8 mm for All Non-food-related Applications
Wide Dynamic Range
16-bit Analog-to-Digital Conversion
Supports Variable Scan Speed With Position Synchronization
Software Development Kit Including Device Drivers, Libraries, Standard API
X-Ray Tube Voltages: 15 to 160 kV
Interface: Gigabit Ethernet (GigE), Camera Link, USB 3.0