RaySafe X2 X-ray Measurement System
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.
Comprehensive solutions for the X-ray room
Less effort. More insight.
Life is busier. There are more demands on your time. So you need to remove the unnecessary steps in taking a measurement. 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 measurements
Ease-of-use means you get everything you need in one exposure, with one sensor – automatically. The RaySafe X2 offers 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 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 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.