Digital Radiography Systems Go Light And Rugged

Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne ICM unveil their Go-Scan Integrated Portable Digital X-Ray Systems for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). Systems are lightweight and ruggedized, housed in a shock-absorbing mechanical design, and deliver impressive image quality with native resolution up to 10 lp/mm. The Go-Scan system includes a high-definition tablet display with user-friendly touch-software for real-time imaging and is designed for industrial X-ray inspection and non-destructive testing applications in the oil & gas, petrochemical, shipbuilding, aerospace, defense and other related industries.

 

The Go-Scan 1510 HR and 1510 XR portable x-ray detectors feature an active area of 102 x 153 mm (roughly 4 x 6 inches), 99 or 49.5 micron pixel size respectively, and real-time frame rates of up to 30 fps with a choice of wired Gigabit Ethernet or wireless Wi-Fi connection. The built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery delivers up to 7 hours of continuous operation. For more details, visit Teledyne Combined X-ray Solutions and Teledyne DALSA .

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