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CT Lab HX
Características
  • Diseño compacto de sobremesa
  • Fuente de rayos X de alta potencia: 130 kV, 39 W
  • Gran campo de visión (FOV): máx. 200 mmφ
  • Alta resolución: máx. 2.2 μm
  • Velocidad máxima: 18 segundos/escaneo
  • Software todo en uno: navegador de imágenes, adquisición de imágenes, reconstrucción, visualización de secciones transversales, renderizado 3D y análisis de imágenes

Potente micro CT de rayos X de sobremesa

High-performance benchtop

CT Lab HX

El CT Lab HX es un sistema de micro CT de rayos X, de sobremesa, de alto rendimiento, con la fuente de rayos X más potente de su clase (130 kV, 39W). Este sistema de imagen de micro CT compacto pero potente, puede proporcionar imágenes de rayos X tridimensionales de una amplia variedad de muestras, como placas de circuito impreso (PCB), baterías, alimentos, medicamentos, dispositivos médicos, huesos, minerales, cerámica y metales ligeros.

Versátil

El CT Lab HX no solo es potente sino también versátil. En un modo de escaneo convencional, el FOV se puede ajustar de 5 a 107 mmφ dependiendo del tamaño de la muestra y la resolución deseada. El modo de escaneo offset permite un máximo de 200 mmφ FOV. La etapa de la muestra de alta precisión y el uso óptimo del espacio interior ayudan a lograr una alta resolución de 2.2 micras.

Rápido

La fuente de rayos X de alta potencia de 130 kV y 39 W permite la adquisición de imágenes a alta velocidad en tan solo 18 segundos/escaneo.

Fácil

Los escaneos preestablecidos tienen condiciones típicas preprogramadas y requieren solo un

Specifications
Nombre del producto CT Lab HX
Ventajas de sobremesa
Tecnología X-ray computed tomography
Generador de rayos X 39 W sealed micro-source
Voltaje del tubo 30 to 130 kV
Corriente del tubo hasta 300 μA
Objetivo W
Detector Flat-panel
Campo de visión Maximum 200 mm
Resolution Maximum 2.2 μm

Application Bytes


Capsule

Tablets in package 1

Tablets in package 2

Wart remover


Learn more about our products at these events

Booth number Date Location Event website
Ceramics Expo 2021 - Cleveland, OH Website

Webinars - X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science

X-ray CT Publications


Our first CT project

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