We know that in current imaging examinations, image intensifiers are often necessary options. So how does an image intensifier work?
First of all, we need to understand the structure of the image intensifier. The image intensifier is simply composed of an input surface, a cathode, a cluster electrode, an anode and an output surface, and these structures are all formed under vacuum conditions.
The photoelectrons are accelerated by high voltage, concentrated by the electron lens, and then output image on the output surface. The output window can improve the light transmission capacity of the output window through its fluorescent film, and then use the anti-reflection layer to obtain high-contrast images.
The input face has a layer of crystals that suppress light diffusion.
Therefore image intensifiers can improve the quality of our image examinations.
Author: X Ray Machine Accessories
Company: Weifang Newheek Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.
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