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SNAP 100X2

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Industrial sensor (weld inspection, industrial CT, NDT). SNAP100x2 is a flexible solution for soft X-ray (<20 kVp for 0.75 mm CdTe) to hard X-ray (320+ kVp with 1.4 mm CdTe) imaging.


The larger width of the imaging area produces high quality images even in low flux applications and the dual channel design allows uninterrupted data capture.


The compact enclosure of the sensor is well suited for integration in applications requiring portability, such as pipe weld inspection.


Despite the compact size, the device is temperature controlled for maximum performance.

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Performance & Sensor

Pixel technology

Charge integration

Frame rate

10 to 300 fps

Pixel depth @ 300 fps:

12 bit

Sensor thickness

0.75 mm or 1.4 mm CdTe


2 columns of 4 hybrids each with 1.5 mm offset between columns


>70 % @ 2 lp/mm, >30 % @ 5 lp/mm

Pixel size

100 µm x 100 µm

Active area size

width: 2 x 5.7 mm height: 98 mm


>80 % @ 0 lp/mm, >60 % @ 2 lp/mm, >20 % @ 5 lp/mm

Operating temperature range

+10 to +40 °C

Transportation temperature range

-30 to +50 °C (max 2 days)

Operating relative humidity

10 – 90 %

Tube kV range

15 kV to 300 kV

Storage temperature range

+5 to +45 °C

Temperature control


Data interface

1000BASE-T Ethernet


Optoisolated I/O (5 V)

Power supply

24 V, ≤ 12 W without temperature control
≤ 60 W with temperature control

Software included

Imaging application & software development kit

Supported operating systems

Windows 7 – 10 Pro 32-bit or 64-bit


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 electric signals into a data stream of either the integrated electric 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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