Thursday, March 01, 2018

Dalsa Expands CMOS X-Ray Sensor Manufacturing in Holland

BusinessWire: Teledyne DALSA is expanding its manufacturing capacity given increased demand for the company’s CMOS-based digital X-ray detectors. Teledyne DALSA is a leader in the design and assembly of specialized CMOS X-ray detectors which offer superior lag-free, real-time imaging at both higher resolution and reduced X-ray dose levels.

Teledyne detectors feature proprietary active pixel architecture which offers higher image quality, QE and SNR compared with image intensified charge coupled devices (IICCDs), amorphous silicon (a-Si) or amorphous selenium (a-Se) detectors and even other CMOS-based competitive products.

In order to service its global customer base, Teledyne currently operates X-ray detector manufacturing and assembly locations in the Netherlands, Canada and the US.

The expansion of the cleanroom facilities in the Netherlands will help us satisfy greater anticipated demand from dental and medical imaging OEMs,” said Robert Mehrabian, Chairman, President and CEO of Teledyne. “In fact, we currently expect that demand for our detectors will more than double by 2020 compared with 2017.

1 comment:

  1. Teledyne has an interesting video from several years ago showing their 26cm CMOS Xray detector vs. aSi on their YouTube channel: .


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