Dose Mapping

Dose Mapping is a technique used to quantify dose variations within an irradiation field. It ensures accurate, reproducible, and repeatable research and aids in optimal placement of specimens to effectively plan and set up protocols.

Dose Measurement & Control

Specify the exact dose (cGy) to be delivered and automatically stop exposure when the dose has been reached. Measurement of the relative dose via parallel plate transmission chamber allows measurement of both the dose rate and cumulative dose for filtered beams.

Programmable Shelf with Turntable

The Programmable Shelf allows the user to set the source to shelf distance (SSD) and specimen offset as a program preset controlled using the TouchRAD interface.

Dynamic Collimator

The variable collimator features four motorized, leaf beam blockers in the X and Y directions, which allow the user to define a rectangular or square exposure field.

Fixed Collimators

Fixed collimators are specifically designed at a 50 cm source to shelf distance (SSD) to give defined beam coverage.

Laser Centering

Two lasers mounted inside the cabinet assist the user in finding the exact center of the irradiation field.

Motorized Shelf

The Motorized Shelf allows the user to quickly set the source to shelf distance (SSD) while clearly displaying the distance with a built-in SSD indicator by the shelf key-switch. The rotating turntable is 50 cm in diameter and features beam coverage indicators for select SSD’s.

Beam Conditioning Filters

Beam conditioning filters aid in optimizing dose delivery

External Dosimeter

The external dosimeter allows users to get internal dose readings via water or air. The products in this set provide easy calibration of the internal dosimetry system. The multi-functional set includes:

  • Water Tank
  • PTW Unidos Romeo
  • Farmer Chamber
  • Mandatory lab calibration

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