The working principle of X-ray image intensifier, an article to understand briefly.
Image intensifiers have played an important role in x-ray examinations for a long time, and today there are still many devices that require image intensification to obtain clear and usable images. So how does an image intensifier work?
The x-rays pass through the window of image enhancement and will be converted into electron flow. The electron flow is accelerated by the high voltage in the image enhancement to reach the anode of the image enhancement, and then reach the electrode according to the path. On the anode, the accelerated electron flow hits the anode and is re-converted into a light signal, which is then captured by a camera or film in preparation for the next imaging.
Author: X Ray Machine Accessories