The SkiaGraph 8 is a large-area X-ray sensitive camera. It consists of eight sensors that are tiled in a two-by-four matrix for a total active sensing area of 8 inches by 8 inches. The camera is capable of real-time imaging at up to 1.3 frames per second, with 12-bit digital contrast resolution and a choice of scintillators. Steel shielding protects the camera electronics from X-ray radiation, which is optimized for the standard 10- to 50-kilovolt energy range. The camera is well suited for low to moderate energy applications including nondestructive testing (NDT), medical diagnostics and scientific imaging.
Rad-icon Imaging Corp.