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RaySafe X2 X-ray measurement system

Your x-ray dosimeter solution, providing x-ray test and measurement sensors for R/F, MAM, CT, Survey, and light applications, including X2 View software.

RaySafe X2 X-ray test and measurement system
RaySafe X2 X-ray test and measurement system
RaySafe X2 X-ray quality assurance system

RaySafe X2 X-ray measurement system

X-ray monitoring at your fingertips

We’ve grown accustomed to intuitive interactions with our devices. After all, it’s not the device that’s most important, but what you can achieve with it that matters. Simplicity has always been a hallmark for RaySafe. But simplicity on the outside requires a lot of work on the inside. Our simplicity comes from a careful balance of advanced sensor technology paired with electronic wizardry and intelligent signal processing. The result – a radiation dosimeter system that provides accurate X-ray measurements with the ultimate in user friendliness. Right at your fingertips.

Less effort. More insight.

Life is busier. There are more demands on your time. So you need to remove the unnecessary steps in taking X-ray measurements. Like positioning the sensor, choosing a setting, or interpreting the results. Fortunately, the X2 R/F sensor is orientation independent so the only thing you need to do is to place it in the X-ray beam and turn on the instrument. The rest is automatic – no menus, no selections.

Full range x-ray measurements

Ease-of-use means you get everything you need in one exposure, with one sensor – automatically. The RaySafe X2 offers X-ray measurement sensors for R/F, MAM, CT, Survey, and even light applications. Choose the sensors you need and add the ones you will need at a later stage. The X2 X-ray sensors are made without the need to select ranges or special modes. Most sensors also measure waveforms that can be analyzed directly on the base unit.

Intuitive interface and first-class precision

The RaySafe X2 X-ray measurement sensors and electronics are specifically designed to minimize the need for user interaction. A groundbreaking concept in sensor design and circuitry provides unsurpassed accuracy, reproducibility and sensitivity. Intelligent algorithms clearly indicate when a parameter is outside its specified range.

Finally, a built-in, self-test system ensures your system is in complete working order. This provides added peace of mind and further assures accurate measurements the first time and every time.

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Finding your way

All exposure data are saved in the X2 Base Unit. In each session, you can swipe to view measurement data from previous exposures for reference or comparison. A full session of measurements can easily be uploaded onto a PC at a later stage with help of the X2 View software.

The RaySafe X2 touch screen interface allows the user to view data in a comprehensive yet flexible way. The home screen displays every available parameter from the attached sensor. To zoom in on any parameter, just tap it for a larger view, and pinch to zoom into details. Use a quick swipe to display waveforms. Navigation is made simple by using common Menu, Home and Back keys. All exposures are saved in the base unit. In each session, you can swipe to quickly go back to previous exposures for reference or comparisons. A full session of X-ray measurements can be uploaded to the X2 View software at a later stage for more manipulation.

HOME SCREEN
Measurement of 1 – 12 parameters simultaneously with waveform overlay.
SINGLE VIEW
Large view of selected parameter.

WAVEFORM
Overview and simple analysis of kVp,
dose rate or mA.
WAVEFORM
Smart algorithms easily identify and display the correct mA.

X2 General Specifications

EMC Tested

According to EN 61000-6-1:2007 and EN 61000-6-3:2007

Standard

Complies with IEC 61674

Exposures needed

One

USB cables

2 m (6.6 ft), 5 m (16.4 ft) and 5 m active extender

Size of Base Unit

34 x 85 x 154 mm (1.3 x 3.3 x 6.1 in)

Weight of Base Unit

521 g (18.4 oz)

Operating temperature

15 – 35 °C (59 – 95 °F)

Storage temperature

-25 – 70 °C (-13 – 158 °F)

Power source

Rechargeable Li ion battery

Battery Time

~ 10 hours intensive usage

Battery tested

According to UN 38.3

Display

4.3" LCD with capacitive touch

Memory

~ 10000 latest exposures

Software

X2 View for data handling and analysis. Also exports data to Microsoft Excel.

PTB Approval

23.04
14.01


X2 mAs Sensor
mAs

Range

0.001 – 9999 mAs

Resolution

0.001 mAs

Uncertainty

1 %

mA

Range (peak)

0.1 – 1500 mA

Resolution

0.01 mA

Uncertainty

1 %

Time

Range

1 ms – 999 s

Resolution

0.1 ms

Bandwidth

1 kHz

Uncertainty

0.5 %

Pulses

Range

1 – 9999 pulses

Resolution

1 pulse

Pulse rate

Range

0.1 – 200 pulses/s

Resolution

0.1 pulse/s

mAs/Pulse

Range

0.001 – 9999 mAs

Resolution

0.001 mAs

Uncertainty

1 %

Waveform

Resolution

125 μs*

Bandwidth

1 kHz


* automatically reduced for exposures longer than 3 s.



X2 R/F Sensor

Size detector

14 x 22 x 79 mm (0.5 x 0.9 x 3.1 in)

Weight

42 g (1.5 oz)

Active Compensation

Dose/dose rate

40 – 150 kVp, 1 – 14 mm Al HVL

kVp

40 – 150 kVp, up to 1 mm Cu

TF

60 – 120 kVp, up to 1 mm Cu

Dose

Range

1 nGy – 9999 Gy (0.1 μR – 9999 R)

Uncertainty

5 % or 5 nGy (0.5 μR)

Dose rate

Range

nGy/s – 500 mGy/s (5 μR/min – 3400 R/min)

Resolution

1 nGy/s (5 μR/min)

Trig level

50 nGy/s (340 μR/min)

Uncertainty

5 % or 10 nGy/s (70 μR/min) x duty cycle

kVp

Range

45 – 150 kVp

Minimum dose

50 μGy (6 mR)

Minimum dose rate (peak)

10 μGy/s (70 mR/min)

Uncertainty

2 %

HVL

Range

1 – 14 mm Al

Minimum dose

1 μGy (120 μR)

Minimum dose rate (peak)

0.5 μGy/s (3.5 mR/min) at > 70 kV
2.5 μGy/s (17 mR/min) at 50 kV

Uncertainty

10 %

Total filtration

Range

1.5 – 35 mm Al

Minimum dose

50 μGy (6 mR)

Minimum dose rate (peak)

10 μGy/s (70 mR/min)

Uncertainty

10 % or 0.3 mm Al

Time

Range

1 ms – 999 s

Resolution

0.1 ms

Bandwidth

4 Hz – 4 kHz* (*auto adjusted based on signal level)

Uncertainty

0.5 %

Pulses

Range

1 – 9999 pulses

Minimum dose rate (peak)

0.5 μGy/s (3.5 mR/min)

Pulse rate

Range

0.1 – 200 pulses/s

Minimum dose rate (peak)

0.5 μGy/s (3.5 mR/min )

Dose/pulse

Range

1 nGy/pulse – 999 Gy/pulse
(0.1 μR/pulse – 999 R/pulse)

Minimum dose rate (peak)

0.5 μGy/s (3.5 mR/min)

Waveforms

Resolution

62.5 μs*

Bandwidth kV

0.1 – 0.4 kHz**

Bandwidth dose rate

4 Hz – 4 kHz**


* automatically reduced for exposures longer than 1.5 s

** automatically adjusted depending on signal level



X2 MAM Sensor

Size detector

14 x 22 x 79 mm (0.5 x 0.9 x 3.1 in)

Weight

42 g (1.5 oz)

Active Compensation - Beam quality independent for the following ranges:

Dose/dose rate & HVL (No selections needed. With or without paddle or phantom.)

Mo/Mo, Mo/Rh

20 – 40 kVp

Mo/Al, W/Rh, W/Ag, W/Al, Rh/Rh, Rh/Al

20 – 50 kVp

Mo/Cu, Rh/Cu, W/Cu

40 – 50 kVp

kVp (User selectable beam qualities. Paddle compensation available when relevant.)

W/Ag

20 – 40 kVp

W/Al

20 – 50 kVp
Measuring over 40 kVp requires
an X2 R/F Sensor + 2 mm Al (incl.)

W/Rh

20 – 40 kVp

Mo/Mo

20 – 40 kVp

Mo/Rh

32 – 40 kVp using + 2 mm Al (incl)

Dose

Range

1 μGy – 9999 Gy (0.1 mR – 9999 R)

Uncertainty

5 %

Dose Rate

Range

10 μGy/s – 300 mGy/s (70 mR/min – 2000 R/min)

Uncertainty

5 %

kVp

Range

20 – 50 kVp*
Measuring over 40 kVp requires
an X2 R/F Sensor + 2 mm Al (incl.)
(*depending on beam quality, see active compensation)

Minimum dose

50 μGy (6 mR)

Minimum dose rate (peak)

10 μGy/s (70 mR/min)

Uncertainty

2 % or 0.5 kV (without paddle)
2 % or 0.7 kV (with paddle)

HVL

Range

0.2 – 3.6 mm Al

Minimum dose

1 μGy (0.1 mR)

Uncertainty

5 % above 25 kV; 10% below 25 kV

Time

Range

1 ms – 999 s

Resolution

0.1 ms

Bandwidth

400 Hz

Uncertainty

0.5 %

Pulses

Range

1 – 9999 pulses

Pulse rate

Range

0.1 – 200 pulses/s

Dose/pulse

Range

1 μGy/pulse – 999 Gy/pulse
(0.1 mR/pulse – 999 R/pulse)

Waveforms

Resolution

62.5 μs*

Bandwidth

400 Hz


* automatically reduced for exposures longer than 1.5 s



X2 Light Sensor

Weight

136 g (4.8 oz)

Size

48 x 60 x 68 mm (1.9 x 2.4 x 2.7 in)

Classification

DIN 5032 part 7 class B

Standards

Complies with relevant parts of
AAPM TG18, IEC 62563-1 and
IEC 61223-2-5.

Luminance

Range

0.01 – 10 000 cd/m² (0.03 – 34 000 fL)

Resolution

0.001 cd/m² (0.001 fL)

Aperture angle

Measurement area

Ø 10 mm (0.4 in)

Uncertainty illuminant A

3%

Deviation from human eye V(λ) (f1’)

< 3 % (see figure Photopic Response)

Illuminance

Range

0.1 – 100 000 lux (0.01 – 9000 fc)

Resolution

0.01 lux (0.001 fc)

Uncertainty illuminant A

3%

Deviation from human eye V(λ) (f1’)

< 3 % (see figure Photopic Response)

Cosine deviation (f2)

< 3 % (see figure Cosine Response)




X2 Survey Sensor

Dimensions

14 x 66 x 192 mm (0.5 x 2.6 x 7.6 in)

Weight

140 g (4.9 oz)

Active Compensation

H*(10) – when selecting Sv
Air kerma – when selecting Gy or R

Trig Modes

Manual

Manual start and stop of measurement

Auto

Trig level < 5 μSv/h or
< 5 μGy/h (< 0.6 mR/h)

H*(10)

Range

0 nSv – 9999 Sv

Resolution

1 nSv

Uncertainty

10 %, N-series 20 – 150 kV

H*(10) Rate

Range

0 μSv/h – 150 mSv/h

Uncertainty

10 % or 0.3 μSv/h, N-series 20 – 150 kV

Air Kerma

Range

0 nGy – 9999 Gy (0 μR – 9999 R)

Resolution

1 nGy (0.1 μR)

Uncertainty

5 %, RQA 50 – 150 kV
10 %, N-series 40 – 150 kV

Air Kerma Rate

Range

0 μGy/h – 100 mGy/h (0 mR/h – 10 R/h)

Uncertainty

5 % or 0.3 μGy/h (0.03 mR/h),
RQA 50 – 150 kV
10% or 0.3 μGy/h (0.03 mR/h),
N-series 40 – 150 kV

Mean Energy

Range

30 – 120 keV

Uncertainty

10 %

Minimum Dose Rate

10 μSv/h or 10 μGy/h (1 mR/h)

Time

Range

0.1 – 9999 s

Resolution

0.01 s

Bandwidth

1 Hz

Waveform

Range

10 ms

Bandwidth

1 Hz

Minimum Dose Rate

1 μSv/h or 1 μGy/h (0.1 mR/h)

Deviation from human eye V(λ) (f1’)

< 3 % (see figure Photopic Response)

Cosine deviation (f2)

< 3 % (see figure Cosine Response)




X2 CT Sensor

Size

14 x 22 x 219 mm (0.5 x 0.9 x 8.6 in)

Weight

86 g (3.0 oz)

Size Ø

12.0 mm (0.47 in)

Standard

For measurements in accordance with IEC 60601-2-44

Active length

100 mm (3.94 in)

Energy dependence

< 5 % for 70 – 150 kV
(RQR, RQA and RQT beam qualities)

Automatic environmental compensation

80 – 106 kPa, 15 – 35 °C (59 – 95 °F)

Dose

Range

10 μGy – 999 Gy (1 mR – 999 R)

Uncertainty

5 %

Dose length product

Range

100 μGycm – 9999 Gycm (10 mRcm – 9999 Rcm)

Uncertainty

5 %

Dose Rate

Range

10 μGy/s – 250 mGy/s (70 mR/min – 1700 R/min)

Uncertainty

5 %

Time

Range

10 ms – 999 s

Resolution

1 ms

Bandwidth

10 Hz

Uncertainty

0.5 %

Waveforms

Resolution

1 ms

Bandwidth

10 Hz

Model NameDescription
1506013RaySafe X2 Prestige - 1506013
Includes X2 Base unit with mAs, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 CT Sensor
  • X2 Light Sensor
1506014RaySafe X2 Prestige - 1506014
Includes X2 Base unit, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 CT Sensor
  • X2 Light Sensor
1506035RaySafe X2 Prestige -1506035
Includes X2 Base unit with mAs, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 CT Sensor
  • X2 Survey Sensor
1506036RaySafe X2 Prestige -1506036
Includes X2 Base unit, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 CT Sensor
  • X2 Survey Sensor
1506037RaySafe X2 Prestige -1506037
Includes X2 Base unit with mAs, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 Light Sensor
  • X2 Survey Sensor
1506038RaySafe X2 Prestige -1506038
Includes X2 Base unit, X2 View software, and the following:
  • X2 R/F Sensor
  • X2 MAM Sensor
  • X2 Light Sensor
  • X2 Survey Sensor

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