RaySafe ThinX X-ray Detector
An easy tool for fast results
RaySafe ThinX has been optimized to meet the need for a basic multi-parameter instrument for simultaneous measurement of dose, dose rate, kVp, HVL, exposure time and pulses. All parameters are conveniently displayed in the large LCD.
Thanks to the RaySafe Active Compensation technology, no further corrections are required regarding variations in beam filtration to both kVp and dose measurements.
Multiple sensors and advanced calculations automatically determine the beam quality, thereby eliminating the need for further corrections of measured kVp and dose values. The solid state sensor technology enables maximum accuracy whilst making measurements as effortless as possible.
How it works
Simply position the meter under the X-ray beam and make an exposure. The display shows all measured values.
1. Position intra / position rad2. Expose3. Read out
Fully automatic user interface
The main advantage of the RaySafe ThinX is that it provides a fully automatic user interface. Simply, there are no keys on the RaySafe ThinX. No set-up. No settings. No range selection. It’s all automatic. Just position and expose. Utilizing Auto ON/OFF, the RaySafe ThinX turns itself on when radiation is detected! With an unequalled battery life of more than 1 year, there is literally no maintenance needed.
The RaySafe ThinX, being small and easy to use, is a perfect choice for radiation measurements in radiographic applications.
In spite of its small size, it is packed with world-leading, state-of-the-art technology to make your measurements effortless. There is no need to worry about manual corrections for added filtration. The meter uses RaySafe’s exclusive Active Compensation to apply corrections for variations in beam filtration to both kVp and dose measurements.
Models and Accessories
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