Nova provides the easy way to check and document your light and X-ray field. A Nova is a star that releases a tremendous burst of energy, becoming temporarily extraordinarily bright. This is also what happens to our Nova. When the X-rays hit the surface, it lights up very brightly.
However, the RTI Nova is much more than a fluorescent screen. It is a complete solution which allows you to check the extension of the light field as well as the X-ray field. The fields are compared and documented in a clear, obvious and unbiased manner. It helps you to store and report the results in an easy way. And the best of all, Nova will work on all types of X-ray machines, both digital and analog. It is also in accordance with international standards.
The Nova rulers can be placed in a cross or next to each other in a fan-shaped fashion. Every ruler is a sandwich construction consisting of a copper scale (so it can be seen on an X-ray image), a scintillator layer and on top a visual scale. Four orientation markers that run along the rulers are included. They are placed at the borders of the light field. These markers are also visible on the X-ray image.
The NOVA Rad contains:
- Four rulers (The NOVA Rad Lite includes 2 rulers instead of 4)
- Four orientation markers enabling the orientation of the device to be seen both in the camera image and in the X-ray image.
- Suction cup for attachment to a flat surface.
- Digital Web Camera with Software for taking images of the light and radiation field. Camera positioning arm with universal clamp for attaching the camera to most protruding surfaces.
- 8 meters of active USB cable for connecting the camera to a PC with a USB 2.0 port.
- NOVA software for acquiring and processing the digital images both from the digital camera and importation of the digital X-ray image.
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