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Image Intensifier Camera(I.I Camera)

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Early fluoroscopic procedures produced visual images of low intensity, which required the radiologist's eyes to be dark adapted and restricted image recording. In the late 1940s, with the rapid developments in electronics and borrowing the ideas from vacuum tube technology, scientists invented the x-ray image intensifier, which considerably brightened fluoroscopic images.
Commercial x-ray systems with image intensifiers were introduced in the mid 1950s. The x-ray image intensifier enabled the radiologist to visualize the output image without dark adaptation. The intensified visual image could be easily captured by film and television camera tubes. When the image intensifier was first introduced, it had a small input size and a glass vacuum case. Modern image intensifiers have input field sizes up to 45 cm in diameter with little image distortion, and the vacuum cases are usually made of metal.

An x-ray image intensifier has two major functions: (1) to intercept the x-ray photons and convert them into visible light photons and (2) to amplify or intensify this light signal. The image intensifier creates a large gain (or intensification) in luminance at the output screen compared with that at the input screen. The output screen image can be viewed with closed-circuit television or recorded with film.

We can provide 4" to 16" x-ray image intensifier for medical and industrial.

Please free contact us for more detail product information and application. We'll be happy to explain further.

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