High performance in a Compact Body
As a leading manufacturer of high-voltage power supplies that has supported the cutting-edge area of X-ray inspection systems, semiconductor manufacturing and medical devices. We are proud to introduce the μB1600, a micromini model of micro-focus X-ray inspection system. The μB1600 has an internal micro-focus X-ray source and high-resolution X-ray camera, and can perform transmission imaging and measurements regardless of installation locations.
The best images produced by state-of-the-art technology of X-ray and FPD
Matsusada's original technology detects the subtlest contrasting density of specimen that can not be detected by conventional devices. Additionally, the FPD built in the μB1600 provides even images with no distortion.
Optimal conditions are automatically set
All an operator has to do is set a specimen and emit the X-ray. The μB1600 adjusts the contrast automatically and shoots the specimen under optimal conditions.
Various image processing and measurement software are included as standard equipment
The μB1600 has massive functions that can be used as an analytical device, a matter of course, also as an inspection machine. The μB1600 is easy to use. Even a first-timer can operate μB1600 smoothly.
The world-first device
The μB1600 has an internal micro-focus X-ray source creating ultra-high image quality in spite of its compact size. The integration of 60kV and 18W X-ray tube and Matsusada's high-voltage technique has succeeded in developing small-sized and high-performance X-ray generator.
A digital X-ray camera with a flat panel is used in the imaging part. The high-resolution camera with one million pixels of 1024×1024 clearly detects an object aimed at. Images with no distortion in every detail can be obtained.
High-definition data with one million pixels are imported by 12bit. The images can be processed and analyzed flexibly afterwards.
A rotary stage is mounted in addition to the two axes of X, Y and variable magnification. Fluoroscopic observations from all angles are possible. The μB1600 meets the need of smaller parts that have to be analyzed in more detail. The μB1600 also detects the floating of BGA.
Dates when the μB1600 were used are memorized. The aging time is selected automatically depending on the hours elapsed from the dates used allowing optimal aging.
Images shot by 12bit are displayed in optimal gradation sequence. Variations by photographers (e.g., dark images, whitish images, etc) can be eliminated to always display optimally. Even a first-timer does not miss the points that he or she wants to observe. It is also possible to display any given tonal ranges.
In some cases, people apply themselves for analyzing images and forget to turn off the X-ray. The automatic shutoff function turns off the X-ray automatically by setting time in advance. This function is also convenient in case an operator leave the device.
Images both before and after analyses can be easily saved. Extensions including bmp, jpg, and tif can be selected depending on the extendability. Once saved data can be read out and analyzed repeatedly by the analysis software.
The brand new image analysis software dedicated for our x-ray inspection system can controls the stage and X-ray with easily operations and is equipped with various image processing and measurement functions.
The moving image window displays not only high-resolution images with one million pixels but also reduced images allowing specimen to be inspected comparing with the images on the static image window.
The μB1600 supports 10 or more types of filtering and image processing allowing detailed image analyses. Images can be analyzed in real time by performing appropriate filtering for displaying moving images.
The contrast can be enhanced manually by setting any given densities based on the histogram of shot images.
Brightness values of shot images can be adjusted freely by adjusting gain, contrast and gamma values individually.
The μB1600 displays a histogram to indicate the distribution of brightness of shot images.
A shot image can be displayed in a binary manner by contrast by setting a threshold and binarizing the image.
The μB1600 can measure the areas, number of holes, area of holes and area ratio of an object in a shot image.
Sizes in a captured image can be measured by drawing measurement lines on the shot image.
In addition to normal stage operation, clicked section becomes centered.
Interlink function realizes a piece of fluoroscopic image at maximum 4.72"×4.72" for a large-sized specimen that can't be captured with one shot. Interlink function can also make a piece of fluoroscopic image of a large-sized specimen by specifying points. By shooting and saving an interlinked image once, you can use automatic transfer function to move the stage to the clicked position from interlinked fluoroscopic images by just reading-in an image. Interlink function realizes
The teaching function moves the stage automatically to the pre-registered points. This allows the system to "learn" problem areas and capture on an X-ray image automatically. Setting X-ray output, enlargement factor and stop time, etc for each point supports various test objectives. The teaching function moves the stage automatically to the pre-registered points. This allows the system to "learn"
The joystick allows easy movements of the stage along the X and Y axis, 360-degree rotation of the stage, and changes of image magnification.
The laser pointer indicates the center of displayed image. It is possible to position by observing the sample.
|20 to 60kV||4.7 x 4.7|