Experience Formula 1 of panel detectors at the Digital Imaging and Ultrasonics for NDT 2019 conference in New Orleans on 23-25 July. The world’s fastest panel detector optimized for industrial applications takes the pole position, as it is 100 times faster than the panel detector solutions that are currently in use. The X-Tile powered ultra-fast panel detector enables real-time video monitoring of material flow with a speed of 10,000 frames per second.
Such a breakthrough development in X-ray detector technology is resolving many of the real-time material flow monitoring challenges. The ultra-fast imager would be a perfect fit for monitoring casting fills, flow of liquids in pipelines and cavities, and capturing real-time video of running motors – just to mention some examples.
We have built the solution on a platform that enables unlimited scalability of detector size easily. The demo unit is based on 24 pieces of the X-Tile modules that are 4-sides buttable in a 4 by 6 configuration. State-of-the-art performance is enabled by a pixelated ceramic scintillator coupled to a backside illuminated (BSI) photodiode.
We are proud to present test results and images from the pioneer solution. You are warmly welcome to visit us at the DT pit stop to learn more. Product Manager Eddy Inserra will also present a conference paper – named Ultra-fast X-ray imager for real time material flow monitoring – on 24 July at 11:00. In addition, we will showcase solutions like X-Scan F, X-Card ME3 and the Aurora series. Find out how our solutions could boost your applications and speed up time-to-market of next generation X-ray imaging systems.
Having served the main players in the industry for over 25 years, we know that tiny details done right make a big difference. That’s why we are always pushing the edge of design for enhanced user experience. We are here to find the most suitable solution for your needs and happy to assist you with any questions. If you would like to pre-book a meeting with us, please contact our Sales Assistant Ms. Kim Rouen by 16 July.