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Introduce our Newheek collimator

The collimator, also known as the beam limiter, is an electromechanical optical device installed in the output window of the tube sleeve of the x-ray tube assembly. The main function of the collimator is to control the output of the X-ray bulb tube under the premise of satisfying the X-ray imaging diagnosis. The radiation field of the line minimizes the projection range and avoids unnecessary doses. And can absorb some scattered light to improve image clarity. In addition, the collimator can also function as an indicator of the projection center and the size of the projection field of view.
This collimator is mainly used for fixed X-ray machines, mainly matched with 150 KV X-ray tubes.
The main technical parameters of the collimator:
The highest working voltage of supporting X-ray tube: 150KV 150KV
Maximum radiation field (SID=65cm): “35cm×35cm
Minimum radiation field (SID=100cm): “5cm×5cm
Power supply: 12~24V AC, DC 1A
Light source time limit: 35s±5s (30s~60s adjustable)
Lighting source: LED: 10W×3V
Intrinsic filtration (70kv): 1.5mmAL Built-in additional filter plate (70kv): 0/0.5/1.0/1.5mmAL
The output window plexiglass plate filter (70KV): 0.2mmAL
Lead door control mode: manual and continuous adjustable
Distance from focus to installation plane: 55mm (according to customer requirements)
SID ruler: optional (2m tape measure)
Laser pointer: optional.

x-ray-collimator

Author:Lillian