The SkyScan 1173 is a high energy micro-CT scanner for large and dense objects with spiral scan possibility. It includes a newly developed 130kV microfocus X-ray source with improved stability of the focal spot position, a large format (>5Mp) flat panel sensor with special protection by a lead-glass fiber-optic window for achieving a long lifetime under high energy X-rays, and a precision object manipulator for large (up to 140mm in diameter, 200mm in length) and heavy (several kilograms) objects with an integrated micro-positioning stage.
|X-ray source||40-130kV, 8W , <5 µm spot size|
|X-ray detector||distortion-free Flat Panel sensor 2240x2240 pixels, 12-bit|
|Maximum object size||140mm in diameter, 200mm in length (100-140mm scanning length)|
|Spatial Resolution||<4-5 µm detail detectability, 7-8 µm low-contrast resolution|
|Reconstruction||GPU-accelerated FDK reconstruction, optional GPU-cluster|
|Optional stages||cooling, heating, compression/tension|
|Radiation safety||<1 µSv/h at 10cm from the instrument surface|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||1070 x 720 x 624mm|
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