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What is the use of x-ray collimator

What is the use of an x-ray collimator? It is used to simulate X-rays and convert invisible X-rays into visible light. The x-ray collimator uses a lead plate with an adjustable gap to shield the unnecessary original emission line from the window, thereby controlling the size of the beam and changing the actual X-ray irradiation field. The relationship between focus, lead plate and irradiation field A/B=a/b A is the distance from the focal point to the lead plate; B is the distance from the focal point to the imaging surface; a represents the opening and closing degree of the lead leaf; b represents the size of the irradiation field.
Briefly introduce our x-ray collimator:
The use of x-ray collimator: X-ray collimator is used for mobile X-ray machines, fixed X-ray machines, mainly matched with 125 KV X-ray tubes
Maximum voltage of X-ray tube of X-ray collimator: 125 KV
Maximum irradiation field of x-ray collimator: 440 x 440 mm² (SID = 1000 mm)
Bulb: 24 V / 100 W
Single lighting time of the bulb: 30 s
Lead leaf (optional): 1 layer
Lead leaf control mode: manual
Input power: 24 V AC
SID measuring tape tape: Yes
Appearance size: 223 (W) x 185 (L) x 87 (H) mm
Weight (excluding cables): 5.5 kg
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