Datasheet

HIGH-SPEED 4-INCH HIGH-SPEED
X-RAY X-RAY I.I. CAMERA UNIT
IMAGING C9878
Captures the flow of high-speed moving objects!
High-speed imaging
of aluminum bottle tops
Conveyor speed: 36 meters/minute
Image captured in 17 ms
by high-speed X-ray I.I. camera unit
■Ordinary X-ray image
X-ray image while stationary
Image captured in 17 ms
with CCD short time shutter function
Shows sharp image
contour details as
if the object were
standing still
FEATURES
●Special X-ray I.I. (image intensifier) captures highdefinition X-ray images of high-speed moving objects
as nearly an image of a still object
●Captures objects at speeds ranging from stationary
to 500 meters/minute (on X-ray I.I. input surface)
▲Left: C9878 main unit
Right: Controller and gate power supply
IMAGING EXAMPLES
▲Visible light
image
B
A
▲Visible light
image
B
A
▲ Foreign matter in medicine vial container
▲ Tablet
Conveyor speed: 18 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 2.2 times
X-ray tube voltage: 40 kV
Conveyor speed: 18 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 3.1 times
X-ray tube voltage: 40 kV
Foreign matter A: Glass balls (0.5 mm dia., 1.0 mm dia.)
B: SUS chips (0.3 mm × 0.13 mm)
Foreign matter A: Metal (0.2 mm dia.)
B: Metal (0.1 mm dia.)
▲Visible light
image
▲Visible light
image
▲ Thermal fuse (thermosensitive pellet type)
▲ Jumper switch
Conveyor speed: 6 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 6.3 times
X-ray tube voltage: 90 kV
Conveyor speed: 6 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 10.4 times
X-ray tube voltage: 100 kV
▲Visible light
image
▲Visible light
image
▲ Bonding wires in IC
Conveyor speed: 6 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 17.6 times
X-ray tube voltage: 80 kV
▲ Lithium-ion secondary battery
Conveyor speed: 12 meters/minute
Geometric magnification: 21 times
X-ray tube voltage: 80 kV
SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Input window material
Input phosphor
X-ray I.I.
Output phosphor
Scanning method
CCD chip
Number of effective lines
Readout camera *1
(XC-HR57
S/N ratio
C9878
made by Sony)
External trigger control input
main unit
Gain
Gamma correction
Readout mode
Imaging area (on input surface)
Resolution (on input surface) *2
Compatible line speed *3
Weight
AC Input voltage
Power consumption
Weight
Controller
External trigger control input
External control
Controller
Operating system (OS)
for C9878
System requirements
AC Input voltage
Gate power supply Power consumption
Weight
Operating ambient temperature
Storage temperature
Operating ambient humidity
Description
Aluminum (less than 0.5 mm thick)
CsI
P43
Interlace progressive scan
1/2 type IT progressive scan CCD
648 (H) × 494 (V)
58
HD/VD level: +2 to +5
Manual / Fix
1 (fixed)
Long exposure mode *4
72 (H) × 54 (V)
4 (average)
Stationary to 500 meters/minute
Approx. 8.0
100 to 240 (50/60 Hz)
22
Approx. 3.6
TTL positive logic: +4 to +5
RS-232C
Windows® 2000 Pro / XP Pro / Vista Business / 7 Pro
CPU: Intel Pentium or higher, Memory: 64 MB or more
100 to 240 (50/60 Hz)
18
Approx. 3.7
0 to +40
-10 to +45
Below 80 (no condensation)
Units
—
—
—
—
—
—
dB
V p-p
—
—
—
mm
Lp/mm
—
kg
V
VA
kg
V p-p
—
—
—
V
VA
kg
°C
°C
%
*1: Besides the standard readout CCD camera, commercial CCTV cameras can also be used as the readout camera.
*2: Measured with an optimum X-ray tube voltage, using an X-ray resolution chart directly attached to the X-ray I.I. input surface (when stationary).
*3: Speed of projected X-ray image moving across X-ray I.I. input surface (X-ray image projected on X-ray I.I. input surface can be captured as still image over a certain period)
*4: Time interval between externally input VD pulses is the CCD exposure time for one frame image.
BASIC PRINCIPLE FOR CAPTURING A STILL IMAGE
Ordinary X-ray image intensifier
High-speed X-ray image intensifier
When an X-ray image of the object moving at a constant speed is
projected on the X-ray I.I. input surface, it is converted into an electron
image and then appears as the visible light image on the output
surface while moving due to the electron trajectories. This means the
acquired images are always blurry.
This high-speed X-ray I.I. has a feedback function that electrically
freezes the image of a constant-speed moving object at the same
position on the output surface and also has an electronic shutter
function that operates the X-ray I.I. only during that period to allow
CCD exposure. The result is a high-contrast X-ray image without blur.
CCD CAMERA
CCD CAMERA
TV MONITOR
TV MONITOR
ORDINARY
X-RAY I.I.
BELT CONVEYOR
HIGH-SPEED
X-RAY I.I.
BELT CONVEYOR
X-RAY SOURCE
X-RAY SOURCE
TII C0066EB
TII C0067EB
SYSTEM SETUP EXAMPLE
PC
RS-232C
X-RAY SOURCE
VIDEO
HD
TIMING
SENSOR
CAMERA
ADAPTER
BELT CONVEYOR
AC100 V to AC240 V
TRIGGER SIGNAL
C9878
MAIN
UNIT
CONTROLLER
AC100 V to AC240 V
GATE
POWER SUPPLY
AC100 V to AC240 V
HIGH-SPEED X-RAY I.I. CAMERA UNIT
TII C0068EB
DIMENSIONAL OUTLINES (Unit: mm)
●C9878 Main Unit
●Controller for C9878
Controller
Gate power supply
4-M6 DEPTH 15
(110)
250
250
136.0 ± 0.5
130 ± 1
120.0 ± 0.5
40
154 ± 1
205 ± 2
226 ± 2
297 ± 3
230
DEFLECT
C9878
CONTROLOLLER
DEF.
MONITOR
(29)
ENCORDER
XG OUT TRIG IN
IN
X-I.I. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY/GATE
RUN
143
OUTPUT
PHOSPHOR
SCREEN
(29)
230
POWER
ON
FUSE
RS-232C
POWER
ON
MODE
GATED
GATEWIDTH GATE
MONITOR
OUTPUT
INPUT
75
INPUT PHOSPHOR
SCREEN
130 ± 2
2
126 ± 2
164 ± 2
HIGH VOLTAGE
POWER SUPPLY
NORMAL
LINE IN ~100-240 V
50-60Hz
OFF
14
71 ± 1
CABLE LENGTH: 5 m
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
TII A0059ED
TII A0060EB
TII A0061EB
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TXPR1008E01
NOV. 2011 IP
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