X-Scan M

Modular linear detector arrays for quick and accurate inspection of large-scale objects.

Modular easily scalable design up to 4.1 m detector arrays with one controller.

Seamless and precise images of large objects.

Industry leading image quality.

Wide scanning speed range.

Key features

  • Optimized for high-energy applications
  • X-ray energy range: 450 kVp–9 MeV
  • Active lengths per module: 410, 614 and 820 mm
  • Pixel pitches: 0.2 and 0.4 mm
  • Built-in scatter shielding and collimator for high-energy
  • Gigabit Ethernet interface for easy connection and remote firmware update
  • Power on-time recording to track detector life time
  • Pixel discontinuity and bad pixel correction
  • Easy software design based on DT X-View2 software and development kit


  • Automotive
  • Defence and aerospace
  • Industrial process control
  • Oil and gas
  • Renewable energy

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X-Scan M series makes quick and accurate inspection of large-scale objects easy. The modular linear detector arrays are scalable to different inspection system lengths up to 4.1 meters with one controller and single Gigabit Ethernet interface. With network connected units even longer scanners can be built efficiently for high-energy applications.

The plug-and-play type series comes in 0.2 and 0.4 mm pixel pitches, and three module lengths of 410, 614, and 820 mm. The module housing includes built-in X-ray scatter shielding and a collimator for applications from 450 kVp to 9 MeV.

Benefiting from the next-generation digital platform and the GigE interface, the series enables wide integration time range from 0.2ms to 128ms per line; further expandable up to 32 s/line with built-in line summing and averaging. Robust protocol over GigE enables also remote firmware updates, and various diagnostics functions. Superior low noise performance is achieved by digitizing the X-ray signal in the detector’s front-end electronics.

Furthermore, the on-time recording of power, and pixel discontinuity, and bad pixel correction ease maintenance and extend the lifetime of detector units.