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How to debug the 125kv x ray collimator?

How to debug the 125kv x ray collimator
When the x ray collimator is purchased and installed, we need to debug the 125kv x ray collimator in order to use it normally. Here is how to debug the beam limiter.
When we debug the 125kv x ray collimator, we need to debug the consistency of the 125kv x ray collimator’s light field and ray field: put a metal screw or an inner hexagonal wrench around the beam field, expose and check the ray field. If not, we can fine-tune the four fixed screws of the beam limiter to offset the beam limiter’s position, but the effect is limited. If we can’t meet the requirements, we need to adjust the position of the reflector and the lamp bulb. Deviation, adjust the angle of glass lens. Lateral deviation, lateral adjustment of the position of the bulb.
How to debug the 125kv x ray collimator

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