Y.XMB 225 Mobile Radiographic Generator Set – 225kV Constant Potential Directional
The Y.XMB series of radiographic generators from Yxlon are versatile mobile systems that can be equipped with panoramic, directional and fan-beam x-ray tubes. They are available with different focal spot sizes in the following models:
The Yxlon Y.XMB 225 mobile radiographic generator set is suited to a range of x-ray tubes tubes that can run from 10 to 225kV, producing up to 2.25kW of x-ray power.
Features at a Glance
- Extremely high x-ray power
- Access to confined spaces
- Wide range of available x-ray tubes
- Dual focal spot solution
- Easy to handle
Applications and Operation
The range of available tubes allows a corresponding range of different beam shapes and focal spot sizes, opening up a host of potential applications from aircraft inspection to power plants through to other heavy duty tasks.
The combination of extremely high power (up to 2.25kW), compact x-ray tube mounted on a flexible x-ray cable enable the Y.XMB 225 to be used for the most challenging tasks in very confined spaces.
Some of the other features that have been designed into the system to to improve usability include:
- High voltage cables up to 20m long
- Exposure duration can be adjusted from 0-99min
- Infinity exposure is available for radioscopy
- Broad mA range (0-15mA) available depending on the x-ray tube
The safety of both the operator and nearby people is paramount and the Y.XMB models have been designed in accordance with the strictest radiation safety standards.
|Weight||190 kg (approx)|
|Height x Depth||1630 x 980 mm|
|Width of Axis||600 mm|
|High Voltage Adjustment||10 - 225 kV|
|mA Adjustment||0 - 15 mA|
|Max X-Ray Power||2250 W|
|Cable Length||10, 15 or 20 m|
|Options||A range of accessories are available as well as a PC interface for RS232 remote operation|
|Power Supply||240 V|
|Exposure Timer||1 sec steps up to 10 min, 10 sec steps up to 99 min or infinity|
|Environment||IP54: 0°C up to 40°C and 90% relative humidity|
|Certificates||CE: DIN 54113, Roentgenverodnung, EN 60204-1, EN 50178, EN 55011 and EN 61000-6-2
NF C 74-100