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RaySafe X2

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Effortless measurements of X-ray

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Now I can perform my measurements with less effort and more insight.

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At your fingertips We’ve grown accustomed to intuitive interactions with our devices. After all, it’s not the device that’s most important, but what you can achieve with it that matters. Simplicity has always been a hallmark for Unfors RaySafe. But simplicity on the outside requires a lot of work on the inside. Our simplicity comes from a careful balance of advanced sensor technology paired with electronic wizardry and intelligent signal processing. The result – a device that provides accurate measurements with the ultimate in user friendliness. Right at your fingertips.

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▪ ▪ Intuitive interface paired with first-class precision range measurements for R/F, ▪ ▪ FullLight and mAs applications MAM, CT, ▪▪ Effortless measurements of X-ray Less effort. More insight. Life is busier. There are more demands on your time. So you need to remove the unnecessary steps in taking a measurement. Like positioning the sensor, choosing a setting, or interpreting the results. Fortunately, the X2 R/F sensor is orientation independent so the only thing you need to do is to place it in the X-ray beam and turn on the instrument. The rest is automatic – no menus, no selections....

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When working with the RaySafe X2 you may use the PC software as an extended display of the base unit or as a tool for further data analysis. The X2 View easily connects to Excel for reporting purposes. Intuitive interface and first-class precision The RaySafe X2 sensors and electronics are specifically designed to minimize the need for user interaction. A groundbreaking concept in sensor design and circuitry provides unsurpassed accuracy, reproducibility and sensitivity. Intelligent algorithms clearly indicate when a parameter is outside its specified range. Finally, a built-in, self-test...

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The RaySafe X2 touch screen interface allows the user to view data in a comprehensive yet flexible way The home screen displays every available parameter from the attached sensor. To zoom in on any parameter, just tap it for a larger view. Use a quick swipe to display waveforms. Navigation is made simple by using common Menu, Home and Back keys. All exposures are saved in the base unit. In each session, you can swipe to quickly go back to previous exposures for reference or comparisons. A full session of measurements can be uploaded to the X2 View software at a later stage for more...

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selections, ▪ ▪ Nocorrections no ▪ independent ▪ Orientation ▪▪ Small footprint R/F sensor & mAs The X2 R/F sensor, with its advanced stacked sensor technology, prevents the influences of heel effects on the measurements. And its small radiological footprint minimizes the influence on the automatic exposure control of the X-ray machine. Both make it easier to position the sensor and obtain the most accurate reading. The X2 R/F sensor can be used on all R/F applications without the need to select ranges or modes. It is capable of measuring all radiological parameters such as dose, dose rate,...

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▪ ▪ Dose and–HVL for all beam qualities without selections ▪▪ Orientation independent Stacked ▪ ▪ preventssensor technology the influence of heel effect MAM sensor The X2 MAM sensor possesses state-of-the-art precision in dose and HVL that enables the user to obtain important readings without any pre-knowledge of the mammography machine. Just connect the sensor and immediately measure without any selection of beam quality. If kVp readings are required, a Quick Setting menu with beam qualities is available, just one swipe away. Thanks to its Active Compensation technology the X2 MAM sensor...

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▪ ▪ Pencil chamber including electrometer ▪ ▪ Built-in temperature and pressure corrections ▪ waveforms and ▪ Dose, time CT sensor Dose measurements used to calculate CTDI and other related quantities within Computed Tomography 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...

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▪ ▪ Luminance and illuminance Class B sensor ▪▪ Durable housing ▪▪ Dual acquisition keys Light sensor The RaySafe X2 brings a brand new design to our widely used RaySafe Xi light detector while maintaining the excellent photopic response our customers have come to appreciate. The X2 light sensor has an ergonomic design in durable aluminum, which allows for both manual measurements as well as easy mounting for automatic measurements. A small aperture angle ensures compliance with international regulations. For added ease-of-use, an acquisition key is available on both the sensor and in the...

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Unfors Instruments has changed its name to Unfors RaySafe www.raysafe.com Unfors RaySafe offers comprehensive solutions for the X-ray room to measure the performance of X-ray equipment, to monitor medical staff dose in real-time and to manage X-ray radiation for the benefit of the patient. RaySafe helps you avoid unnecessary radiation.

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