RaySafe, a Fluke Biomedical company, unveils a new Survey sensor for the RaySafe X2

RaySafe, the global leader of X-ray quality assurance solutions, released a new radiation Survey sensor aimed at expanding the RaySafe X2 X-ray measurement system. The RaySafe X2 Survey sensor is the easiest and fastest solution for precise survey measurements in the X-ray energy range. It is the latest addition to the continually expanding RaySafe X2 X-ray measurement system, and adds the ability to perform leakage and scatter measurements in diagnostic X-ray applications.

"Our customers will be pleased to find the simple design they know from the other RaySafe X2 sensors, coupled with unprecedented accuracy and sensitivity, explained Magnus Kristofferson, CEO of RaySafe. We are proud to expand the quality assurance sensor portfolio."

Unlike a pressurized ion-chamber, the RaySafe X2 Survey sensor is silicon-based, making it possible to ship without any special considerations or arrangements. The Survey sensor also has two trigger modes: manual and automatic. These modes allow the sensor to capture low dose-rate measurements in an X-ray machine\u2019s primary beam. Another unique feature is its ability to switch energy response between Air Kerma (Gy or R) and Ambient Dose Equivalent (Sv).

The RaySafe X2 sensors are specifically designed to minimize the need for user interaction. Other sensors in the RaySafe X2 Measurement System include: R/F, MAM, CT and Light.

Visit www.flukebiomedical.com/X2Surveysensor  to find more information, request a demo or quote, and learn more about the RaySafe X2 X-ray Measurement System.

About RaySafe, a Fluke Biomedical company, RaySafe helps you avoid unnecessary radiation.  RaySafe is the global leader of X-ray quality assurance solutions to help protect patients and staff from unnecessary radiation. Our solutions are designed to minimize the need for user interaction, bringing unprecedented simplicity and usability to the X-ray room. We\u2019re committed to establishing a radiation safety culture wherever technicians, medical staff, and patients encounter radiation.