X2 CT Sensor
Dose measurements used to calculate Computed Tomography Dose Index (CTDI) and other related quantities within CT are becoming more common for both physicists and engineers. The X2 CT sensor is a very durable solution made for field use. It fits directly into a head and body phantom or can easily be positioned free-in-air in the gantry with the X2 Flexi stand. Since the sensor has a built-in bias supply and electrometer there is no need for the fragile and noisy analog cables traditionally associated with ion-chambers. There is also no need for manual temperature or pressure corrections because the CT sensor has built-in technology to manage both with complete precision.
A unique feature of the X2 CT sensor is the ability to measure exposure time and dose rate waveforms. These features come in handy when special attention is needed on the CT machine’s output.
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RaySafe X2 for Dose and CTDI Measurements on CT Machines
Watch this webinar about how the RaySafe X2 CT sensor can help you understand the behavior of a CT machine.
RaySafe X2 - CT Sensor
The RaySafe X2 CT sensor is a very durable solution made for field use. It fits directly into a head and body phantom or can easily be positioned free-in-air with the X2 Flexi stand. It measures exposure time and provides dose rate waveforms.
Dose Measurements Used to Calculate CTDI with the X2 CT Sensor
The RaySafe X2 CT sensor fits directly into a head and body phantom or can easily be positioned free-in-air with the X2 Flexi stand. There is no need for fragile and noisy analog cables, manual temperature or pressure corrections.
How to Measure with the RaySafe X2 CT Sensor
Video guide on how to measure with the RaySafe X2 CT sensor. Subtitles in several languages.
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