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Microtomography SkyScan 1276

Microtomography SkyScan 1276

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Microtomography SkyScan 1276

  1. Maintenance-free 20-100 kV micro-focus X-ray source, automatic 6-position filter changer
  2. 11 Mp cooled X-ray camera
  3. Continuously variable magnification with smallest pixel size of 2.8 micron
  4. Possibility to resolve object details of 5-6µm with more than 10% contrast
  5. Scanning in circular or spiral (helical) trajectory
  6. GPU-accelerated and world's fastest InstaRecon 3D reconstructions supplied as standard
  7. Full body mouse and rat scanning, 80mm scanning diameter, >300mm scanning length
  8. Step-and-shoot and continuous gantry rotation with shortest scanning cycle of 3.9 sec.
  9. Integrated physiological monitoring (breathing, movement detection, ECG) for time-resolved 4D microtomography
  10. Software for 2D/3D image analysis, bone morphology and realistic visualization
  11. On-screen dose meter to estimate accumulated dose and dose rate
  12. Export results to phones and tablets, software for volume rendering and virtual cut on mobiles
  13. Integrated touch screen to control main system functions by gloved hands
  14. Export results to 3D printers to create magnified physical copy of scanned objects

Specification

  1. X-ray source: 20...100 kV micro-focus X-ray source, 20W, <5 µm spot size at 4W
  2. X-ray detector: 11 Megapixel (4032 x 2688) 14-bit cooled digital X-ray CCD camera with fibre-optic coupling to scintillator, 2x2, 4x4, 8x8 binning modes
  3. Scanning space: 80mm in diameter, > 300 mm in length
  4. Spatial resolution: 2.8 µm smallest pixel size, 5-6 µm details resolved with more than 10% contrast
  5. Reconstruction volume: up to 4000x4000x2100 or 8000x8000x1600 pixels after a single scan with round trajectory
  6. Integrated physiological monitoring: real-time motion detection (5 Mp color camera), ECG, breathing detection, temperature stabilization, all signals digitized in 16bit with up to 120 samples/sec
  7. Radiation safety: <1 µSv/h at 10 cm from the instrument surface