An image intensifier is an electronic device that converts X-ray images into visible light images. It is installed on an X-ray television system and used for X-ray fluoroscopy and photography.
Image intensifiers are mainly used in small c-arms, gastrointestinal machines, digital machines, industrial tires and wheels detection, etc.
The image intensifier is composed of an image intensifier tube, a tube container, a power supply and related supporting parts. Convert X-ray images to visible light images.
Increase the brightness by nearly 10,000 times. Image intensifiers generally have 5in, 6in, 7in, 9in, 10-12in, etc., depending on the maximum input size reflected by the X-ray intensifier tube and the input screen.
Image intensifier pan or wooden box. The image intensifier is properly stuck in the box. Suitable for long-distance transportation. Transport signs and markings (moisture-proof, shock-proof, upwards, etc.) should be printed or posted on the markings of the packing box, and they are not easy to decolor and fall off.
It should be stored in a well-ventilated room with a relative humidity of no more than 80%, no corrosive gas.
Our image intensifier can replace Toshiba and Thales.