Digital Radiography

Digital radiography uses components similar to those of industrial microcomputer tomography. For image acquisition, for example, a flat-panel detector with a scintillator layer is used, which converts the incident X-ray photons either into visible light or directly into electricity. The data recorded in the detector are digitally transmitted to a computer and stored as a digital X-ray image.

Properties:

  • Imaging X-ray procedure
  • Non-contact, non-destructive measurement
  • Spatial resolution up to 2μm (voxel size)
  • Compact and robust design
  • Analysis of biological samples and technical objects
  • Variable object sizes