Diagnostic X-Ray Apparatus

  • G. J. Van der Plaats


In principle, all diagnostic X-ray machines have the same construction and consist of: a junction to the mains supply, connection to the high-tension (H.T.) generator (with built-in filament transformer) via a switching mechanism (varying from a simple clock-work timer to a complicated panel of switches), and connections of the generator poles (either with H.T. cables or without) to the anode and cathode of the X-ray tube.


Short Exposure Time Voltage Compensation Automatic Exposure Control Secondary Winding Main Voltage 
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© G. J. van der Plaats 1980

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. J. Van der Plaats
    • 1
  1. 1.St Annadal HospitalMaastrichtNetherlands

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