LINX from Electron Tubes, Inc. (Rockaway, NJ) is a linear x-ray sensor that can be expanded to provide an array of any required length; x-rays are detected using a scintillator and photo-diode array. Detector pitch is 1.6 mm or 0.8 mm. The unit is housed in an aluminum alloy box that is lead screened to protect the electronics from radiation damage. The device has a collimator with a graphite window so that only a narrow x-ray beam reaches the detector. Data output is in 16-bit format, and the system can be interfaced to a PC via a parallel port (EPP mode), a PCI-7300A data I/O card, or a frame grabber card.

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