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X-ray Imaging Sensors

Bringing photon counting and hybrid technology from the laboratory to industry

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Dental

The world’s largest supplier of charge integrating hybrid sensors

Our charge integrating detectors with direct conversion technology have redefined imaging standards for dental practitioners worldwide

Medical

When every photon counts, patients benefit

Photon counting in X-ray detection leads the way to lower dose in medical imaging

Welding

Bringing photon counting to weld inspection

Finely pixilated hybrid detectors, with photon counting and CdTe, in robust housing for NDT

Industrial

Photon counting: fastest in real-time imaging for process control

Generating high resolution images at incredible imaging speed of 20,000 lines per second without compromise of detector performance

Food

Optimal detection of contaminants during food production

Our photon counting technology combines dual-energy capability and ultra-sensitive imaging to set new standards in foreign material detection.

Security

For a safer world. For a more secure world. Seeing the unseen

Powerful energy discrimination technology coupled with fast imaging capability facilitates critical security decisions

Technology

The basic component in our detectors is a direct conversion material, which converts the X-rays into electrical signals, and a CMOS (ASIC) which transforms the electrical signals into a data stream of either the integrated electrical charge or the number of photons which has entered each pixel. This data is then used to create a digital image which is either two- or three-dimensional, depending on the scan geometry.

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