Digital detector is an important part of an X-ray machine. Matters needing attention when using an X-ray detector include:
Sudden heating of a room in a cold area can cause condensation on equipment. In this case, the exposure should wait until the condensation evaporates.If the equipment forms condensation during use, the collected images may have quality problems.
When using the air conditioner, make sure the temperature changes gradually so that the temperature difference between the equipment and the room does not form condensation.
The detector should be warmed up for 15 minutes before exposure or creation of calibration templates.
The exposure shall cause the surface dose to reach the detector to be greater than 70KV
High voltage generator adopts square wave energy, non-pulse energy input X-ray tube.
Do not move power or Ethernet cables during exposure, as this will generate image noise or artifacts, or even incorrect images.
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