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What is the difference between Newheek NK103 and NK102 collimated beam

What is the difference between Newheek NK103 and NK102 collimated beam? What is the choice of NK103 and NK102 collimated beam?

On Newheek’s NK103 collimated beam, the two knobs on the dashboard are on different sides, adjacent to each other. On NK102 collimated beam, the two knobs on the dashboard are on the same side. The dashboard controls the lead blades in the collimated beam and is manually adjusted, so both NK102 and NK103 are manual collimated beam. Both NK102 and NK103 have rulers in the lower right corner to measure the distance from the collimated beam to the bed surface and then estimate the SID.

Both NK102 and NK103 type collimated beam devices are suitable for 125KV sphere tubes, but are suitable for different X ray machine types. Among them, NK102 is suitable for mobile X ray and fixed X ray machines, while NK103 is suitable for portable X ray machines.

Therefore, in NK102 and NK103 type selection of collimated beam, according to their own type of X-ray machine and tube type. Another important point is whether the blade can be tightly closed is an important criterion to test the quality of the collimated beam, but also to see whether there is dirt on the lens, you choose the collimated beam to pay attention to matters.

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Author:X Ray Collimator