X-Ray Machine

The ISOVOLT Titan E stationary X-ray machine from GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is based on the field-proven ISOVOLT Titan series and offers improvements in ease of operation, controllability and on-board logic to allow greater operational productivity and reliability. It will find increasing application in meeting the requirements of system integrators for automated X-ray solutions, as well as being used as a stand-alone X-ray machine for conventional X-ray radiography and radioscopy. The new Titan E offers the same high out put of 4.5kW as the existing Titan family, with the same maximum tube current of 45 mA, extremely stable high voltage and very low ripple but this is now supported by a control platform that is more intuitive and easier to use. This is the result of an ergonomic, interactive re-design that features a fully graphic screen that clearly displays all operating and set-up parameters, a dynamic menu guide and a consistent method of operation that permits input through a keyboard, a speed-dependent wheel and function keys. It is complemented by a data-supported programming function for setting-up, archiving, and activating application-specific exposure programs and failsafe operation to meet international standards. System safety has been an important consideration in the re-design and the operating condition of the generator, tube and cable, which are continuously monitored and displayed in accordance with regulatory requirements. Any alarm situations are instantly reported and there is automatic switch-off in the event of lamp failure. Other safety features include dual high voltage contactors with redundancy monitoring, with independent external safety circuits, radiation safety interlock to European and US standards and prevention of unauthorized operation. Cooling water/oil flow rate are also constantly monitored. The Titan E can display text message in 16 languages. For more information visit www.geinspectiontechnologies.com.

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