Our customers demand the best image for the lowest possible X-ray dose. XCounter detectors capture virtually every photon, meaning that the absolute minimum levels of radiation will generate excellent images.
Our established direct conversion CMOS technology already provides solutions to the worlds dental market. Our latest generation photon counting detectors can take you further.
The combination of Dual Energy capability for material identification and ultra-fast X-ray imaging at ranges greater than 10,000fps make our detectors perfect for identifying foreign materials during food production.
Our detectors set new standards in resolution in the industrial sector; be it the examination of a 2km section of an ultra-large diameter 30mm thick steel pipe, or the highest resolution needed for Zirconium alloy pellet for nuclear fuel rods.
Quite simply, where any application requires the highest resolution X-ray images as quickly as possible, our detectors provide the solutions.About Us
The sensitivity of our detectors with market leading levels of
MTF and DQE, plus our world class research staff make XCounter the perfect
partner for X-ray imaging in cutting edge scientific applications.
Realtime X-ray imaging for Quality Control needs both repeatable high resolution images and fast throughput. Our latest generation of detectors can generate images of objects at 2m/s without compromise of detector performance.
Our detectors not only enhance your dual energy X-ray imaging capability, but the speed at which images are generated facilitate your ability to make critical security decisions. Fast.
In another successful show, XCounter had a booth at the annual congress of the European Society of Radiology (ECR2016) in Vienna. Continuing to lead the way in bringing Photon Counting technology to the market, XCounter received significant interest from all aspects of the Medical imaging industry. The low dose capability of its detectors was particularly well received, with both radiologists and medical systems manufacturers impressed by the quality of the images generated at up to 60% lower dose than standard detectors.