In-Vivo Imaging: X-Rad 320

  • Ronen Yehuda (Manager)

Equipment/facility: Equipment

Equipments Details


The X-Rad 320 offers a large chamber within a compact cabinet footprint. A self-contained x-ray system designed to deliver a precise radiation dosage to specimens from cells to small animals such as mice, rats and rabbits. The x-ray tube is used specifically for radiation therapy, having a highly homogenous beam. Featuring TouchRad control panel - a multi-user, password protected touchscreen interface - the X-Rad 320 includes a transportable database that can track individual system usage.

Key Features
TouchRad touchscreen control panel
Full screen real-time specimen viewing and image capture
Beam Hardening filter holder
Adjustable specimen shelf
Integrated filter recognition
High Voltage Generator
Maximum Output Voltage: 320kV
Maximum Current: 30mA
X-ray Tube
Max. Potential: 320kV/12.5mA
Max. Power: 4000 W
Type: Metal Ceramic, Fixed Anode, Oil Cooled
Focal Spot: 8mm² (per EN12543)
Dose Output
3 Gy/min at 320KV, 12.5mA, 50cm SSD (HVL≈ 1mm Cu)
1 Gy/min at 320KV, 12.5mA, 50cm SSD (HVL≈ 4mm Cu)
>15 Gy/min at 320KV, 12.5mA, 50cm SSD (No Beam Hardening)


Name X-Rad 320
ManufacturersPrecision X-Ray Irradiation


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