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Beam collimation’s beam limiting effect

Beam collimation is used on X-ray machines to ensure the accuracy of beam collimation by adjusting beam collimation limit switch (such as photoelectric switch) to the predetermined installation position (closed position and maximum position of light channel). The limit switch is usually installed near the focal point of the X-ray tube. According to the characteristics of X-ray injection, if the installation position of the limit switch changes slightly, the small change will be enlarged to the projection of the beam collimation, which will change greatly. However, in the actual debugging process,
Due to the difficulty in adjusting the limit on and off accurately to the installation position, the error of beam collimation will increase, and the beam limiting effect will become worse.
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Author:Glinda