[ RadSafe ] Measurement of "low" voltage X-Ray devices

Jake Hecla jakehecla at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 10:47:06 CDT 2013

Try out a low energy x-ray scintillator. Saint Gobain has them rated down
to 3kV: http://www.detectors.saint-gobain.com/X-ray-Detector.aspx

2013/4/23 Hans J Wiegert <hjwiegert at gmail.com>

> I am looking for an instrument that can be used to survey
> X-Ray thickness gauges operating as low a 4.5 kV with some reasonable
> efficiency. Any suggestions?
> Thanks!
> Best Regards,
> Hans
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