The image intensifier consists of input surface, photocathode, cluster electrode, anode and output surface in a vacuum state.
After X-ray conversion, the photoelectron is accelerated by high pressure, and the image is formed on the output surface through an electron lens cluster composed of a cluster electrode and an anode.
The image intensifier converts the invisible X-ray image into visible light image and enhances the image brightness.
The medical television system established based on X-ray image intensifier ii greatly reduces the X-ray dose received by patients during diagnosis. The X-ray dose used is only 1/10 of the direct photography and 1/50 of fluorescence panel fluoroscopy.
Newheek offers a wide range of image intensifiers with features for a wide range of USES, ranging from 6-inch to 12-inch tubes.Safe to use, light weight, high resolution, no need for dark room to see clear images.Radiation leakage dose is low, without any protection, is a necessary hospital detection equipment.
Newheek image intensifier can meet your different purchasing needs.