INDUSTRIAL X-RAY SCANNING SYSTEMS



The X-sightTM series of linear X-ray scanners developed by Tantus electronics (Canadian company)combines exceptional scan speed with ruggedness. These factors make the X-sightTM series of X-ray detectors ideal for agri-food grading and inspection, package inspection, and other industrial applications.

APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:
 quality control
 density measurement
 non-destructive testing/verification
 wood processing
    (sawcut optimization, grading)
 product integrity assessment
 package contents verification
    (prior to shipping)
 food contaminant inspection
 fruit & vegetable grading
     
XD-2
 
X-TREMELY HIGH SPEED:
X-ray imaging of objects moving at speeds up to 2,500 feet per minute meets a wide variety of resolution and speed requirements modular design allows for flexibility in the scanning width of the detector XD-2 mounts vertically between conveyor rollers for superior image quality XD-2S/SD mounts horizontally
     
XD-2S

RUGGED AND RELIABLE:
Designed to withstand harsh industrial environments highly accurate and sensitive - has variable gain for adjustable X-ray sensitivity radiation resistant for long operating life internal lead shielding to protect electronics.
     
XD-2SD



SPECIFICATIONS:

Typical configuration:

Detection Principle: Scintillator/Photodiode

Pixel Size: 0.1"

Resolution: up to 0.03" depending on magnification

Max. Target Speed: up to 2500 f.p.m.

Linear Array Module Size:
   XD-2 - 128 pixels - 12.8"
   XD-2S - 192 pixels - 19.2"
   XD-2SD - 384 pixels - 38.4"

Operating Temp.: -20 to +50 C / -4 to +120 F

Storage Temp.: -40 to +70 C / -40 to +160 F

Conveyor Interface (VFA):
   accepts Quadrature RS-422 encoder signals
   programmable frequency divisor ratio
   interfaces to many popular conveyor machines

Image Processing Computer Interface:
   12-bit digital video, single-ended
   or RS-422 (selectable) Horizontal and
   vertical sync. Interfaces to commercial framegrabbers.


ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS:

Company also provides the Video Frame Assembler (VFA) which converts the image into the same format used by vision cameras, allowing for easy interface to the desired image processor.

Other components can provide to complete your X-ray inspection system include an X-ray source and controls, safety enclosures, material handling equipment, and the image acquistion hardware and software for a fully-automated solution.
     
XD-2 with VFA


At presents this technology and manufacture was bought by the Starmans electronics Company Ltd. And therefore there is the possibility to supply either independent instrumentation or equipment combining the X-RAY and ultrasonic technology.