The basic structure of image intensifier tube is composed of image intensifier tube, tube sleeve and power supply.
The image intensifier tube is the core component of the image intensifier tube, and its structure is to encapsulate the input screen, focus electrode, anode, output screen and ion pump in a high vacuum glass shell.
The input screen of the image intensifier tube is used to convert X-ray images into electronic images. It is composed of four layers of aluminum substrate, phosphor layer, isolation layer and photoelectric surface.
The output screen of the image intensifier tube: used to convert the enhanced electronic image into a visible light image. Its main structure is the output photoelectric layer and the glass layer. The glass layer is part of the outer shell of the image intensifier tube and is the support of the output screen. A layer of aluminum foil is coated on the inner surface of the fluorescent layer to form the output photoelectric surface.