Hamamatsu Photonics has developed an X-ray TDI (*1) camera, the model C15400-30-50A, that has enhanced sensitivity to low energy X-rays by applying a new technique for detecting low-energy X-rays with high sensitivity. This X-ray TDI camera gives sharp high-contrast X-ray images of thin objects such as thin aluminum sheets and light-element materials including carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), and is expected to improve accuracy in in-line non-destructive inspection of foodstuffs and industrial products, etc. Sales of this new X-ray TDI camera started on April 22th (Wed), 2020 and are mainly aimed toward domestic and overseas inspection device manufacturers.
*1 TDI：Abbreviation for Time Delay Integration. TDI is a specialized signal readout mode capable of imaging moving objects with high speed and high sensitivity.
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