The image intensifier fluoroscopy consists of an intensifier tube, a tube container, a power supply, an optical system and a bracket part.
The main part of the image intensifier fluoroscopy is the image intensifier tube. The large end of the image intensifier fluoroscopy is the input screen, which receives X-ray radiation to generate photoelectron flow; there are focal electrodes in the wall of the tube; the small end of the image intensifier fluoroscopy is the output screen, which receives electron bombardment luminescence, so that the image of the input screen is enhanced thousands of times brightness on the axis-out screen. In front of the output screen is a cone-shaped accelerated electrode intensifier tube, which is a glass vacuum tube with a high vacuum metal shell of 0.5-1 mmg. The tube container has the functions of protecting the intensifier tube, explosion-proof, scattering-proof, external magnetic interference-proof and high-voltage electric shock-proof.
Newheek has an high voltage power supply for image intensifier fluoroscopy.