Computed Radiography (CR)

Computed radiography with imaging plates is a digital imaging procedure, similar to the classical radiographic testing.

Instead of X-ray film, a reusable phosphor imaging plate is used, that is readout by a scanner after exposure. The scanner generates a digital image of the radiographed object. Computed radiography is used in all industries and is specified in numerous standards and codes (e.g. DIN EN 14784-1:2005 and ASTM E 2445:2005 on the classification of systems for industrial computed radiography).

Recommended microfocus X-ray tubes for computer radiography

For computed radiography we recommend the microfocus X-ray tubes of our product line SE as well as rod anode tubes of the product lines RA, RAC, and RAC Superfocus.

Open microfocus reflection x-ray tube - product line SEMicrofocus reflection X-ray tubes - product line SE 

Resolution
Resolution - 3 stars
Power
Power - 5 stars
Magnification
Magnification - 4 stars


Open microfocus rod anode x-ray tube - product line RAMicrofocus rod anode X-ray tubes - product line RA 

Resolution
Resolution - 2 stars
Power
Power - 4 stars
Magnification
Magnification - 3 stars


Open microfocus rod anode x-ray tube - product line RACMicrofocus rod anode X-ray tubes - product line RAC

Resolution
Resolution - 2 stars
Power
Power - 5 stars
Magnification
Magnification - 3 stars


Open microfocus rod anode x-ray tube - product line RAC SuperfocusMicrofocus rod anode X-ray tubes - product line RAC Superfocus

Resolution
Resolution - 3 stars
Power
Power - 5 stars
Magnification
Magnification - 3 stars