X-Scan P

Easily customized dual-energy linear array detector series with the most accurate material separation capability and fast scanning speed.

Easily application-optimized.

Efficient material separation.

Sharp object detection.

Optimized for low to middle energy ranges.

Robust data transmission and fast synchronization.

The digital X-Scan P series is easily optimized for a variety of industrial inspection, and material sorting applications. The efficient material separation capability is enabled by dual energy and optimized sensors. The series has extremely fast and sensitive scintillator materials. The optimized scintillator layout assures good energy separation for X-ray ≤ 110 kVp. In addition, the precise alignment of low and high energy arrays enables utilization of very efficient algorithms for superior material discrimination.

X-Scan P series is optimized from low to middle energy ranges of 40-110 kVp. The plug-and-play type series comes in 0.4 and 0.8mm pixel pitches, with a standard 614mm length. Also other lengths available with short lead times. Benefiting from the next-generation digital platform, and Gigabit Ethernet interface, X-Scan P series supports belt speeds of up to 4m/s. An optional Camera Link offers robust data transmission, and fast synchronization between the detector unit and a system computer.

Superior low noise performance is achieved by digitizing the X-ray signal in the detector’s front-end electronics. Furthermore, the power-up time recording, remote firmware updates, intelligent diagnostics functions, and bad pixel correction ease maintenance, and extend the lifetime of detector units.

Key features

  • X-ray energy range: 40–110 kVp
  • Active length 614mm
  • Pixel pitches: 0.4mm and 0.8mm
  • 16-bit image data
  • High dynamic range up to 16000:1
  • Gigabit Ethernet and Camera Link interfaces
  • Power on-time recording to track detector life time
  • Bad pixel correction
  • Easy software design based on DT X-View2 software and development kit


  • Agriculture
  • Food industry
  • Forest industry
  • Mining
  • Recycling and waste sorting
  • Renewable energy