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Introduction to the working principle of the manual x ray collimator when in use

how the manual x ray collimator works when it is used.
Introduction to the working principle of the manual x ray collimator when in use

Introduction-to-the-working-principle-of-the-manual-x-ray-collimator-when-in-use
The manual x ray collimator is used by a large number of people, because the manual x ray collimator is the most basic type of x ray collimator, simple to use, easy to operate, and inexpensive.
Whether it is a manual, electric or automatic x ray collimator, the beam limiter works the same way. By controlling the button, the closure of the lead leaf in the control x ray collimator changes the field of the X-ray. The manual beam limiter is manually rotated by the person. The knob controls a type of x ray collimator that controls the lead leaf. Manual adjustment is simple and convenient. There are three manual limiters at Newheek, models NK102, NK103, NK202. Among them NK102 and NK103 are beam limiters for 125KV bulbs, and NK202 is a x ray collimator for NK202 bulbs.
Introduction-to-the-working-principle-of-the-manual-x-ray-collimator-when-in-use

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