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Frequently Asked Questions

The X-RAY Tube with Photocathode is used in various applications such as X-ray tomography, biology, x-ray space communications, and equipment for X-ray structure and X-ray spectral analyses.

The X-RAY Tube with Photocathode adjusts X-rays by using a built-in photomultiplier tube (PMT) as a source of electrons, which are controlled by light hitting the PMT photocathode.

The features of the X-RAY Tube with Photocathode include operation in continuous and pulse modes, 100% modulation in the range from 100 Hz to 1 MHz, zero lag, adjustable X-ray intensity through light-emitting diode current, and the ability to produce soft X-rays and X-rays of medium hardness.

Yes, the X-RAY Tube with Photocathode can be used with various light sources such as light-emitting diodes, lamps, or any other suitable source.

The specifications of the X-RAY Tube with Photocathode include tube diameter options of 44mm or 55mm, tube length options of 220mm or 290mm, voltage range of 3 to 40 kV or 3 to 100 kV, anode current range of 0.01 to 1.0 mA, and operation speed of less than 1x10 seconds.

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