What does the image intensifier TV system include?
Image intensifier in fluoroscopy consists of an input surface, photocathode, intensifier electrode, anode and output surface in a vacuum.
After image intensifier in fluoroscopy conversion X-ray photoelectron is accelerated by high pressure. It is formed on the output plane by electron lens composed of cluster electrode and anode. A cylindrical crystal with optical fiber structure is formed on the input plane, which is used to suppress the optical diffusion and improve the spatial frequency characteristics. The output plane forms a fluorescent film directly through the output plane. In addition, high contrast images can be obtained by using the antireflective layer.
The image intensifier USES X-ray as the light source, and the object taken by the camera is the fluorescent image on the intensifier, which is different from other TV systems that use visible light as the light source.
As for your application, image intensifier in fluoroscopy liberated your intensifier from the dark room.Before doctors must wear red glasses after about five minutes of dark adaptation, in total darkness of the indoor observation screen image.The image is clear, the contrast is good, is advantageous to discover the lesion, enhanced the work efficiency and the diagnosis rate.
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