X-ray Baggage Luggage Security Scanner ELS-100100, designed for bags, baggage, luggage, mails, parcels are inspected at airport, railway stations, long-distance bus station, logistic company, national border etc… Inspection at these locations occurs in the public eye, which means that it has to be effective and it has to be efficient. Elanscan products deliver on both levels; their baggage and parcel scanning solutions are versatile to adapt to different screening scenarios and alert upon the presence of explosives and narcotics.
X-ray Baggage Luggage Security Scanner ELS-100100 allows identification of weapons, explosives (including plastic explosives), drugs, primers and dangerous objects.
Dual energy imaging of the system with automatic color coding of materials having different atomic numbers helps screening specialists to easily identify dangerous objects inside any parcel.
More information for X-ray Baggage Luggage Security Scanner ELS-100100 , please click the link Standard Features .
X-ray Baggage Luggage Security Scanner ELS-100100 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
|Tunnel Size (W x H)||100 cm x 100 cm/ 39.4” x 39.4”|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||445 cm x 133 cm x 189 cm/ 175” x 52.4” x 74.4”|
|Maximum loading on the conveyor belt||2000 kg [ 4409 lbs ]|
|Conveyor speed||>=0.22 m/s [ 43.3 ft./min ]|
|Noise level||<=58 dB(A)|
|Anode voltage||200 KV|
|Anode power||0.4mA – 1.2mA (optional)|
|Cooling system||oil bath|
|Beam direction||vertical downward|
|Film safety||up to ISO 1600 (33 DIN)|
|Detector type||L-shaped multiunit array|
|Radiation leakage||0. 13 uGy/h|
|Image grey levels||65536|
|Spatial resolution||1.0 x 1.0 mm|
|Penetration resolution||<=0.511 mm|
|Steel penetration||38 mm|
|Wire detectability (minimum diameter of copper wire)||0.08 mm|
The design of the system provides radiation leakage attenuation limited to 0. 11uGy/h or lower at any accessible point at the distance of 5 cm [ 1.9″ ] from the external surface of the system. The dose rate intensity at the workstations of the personnel does not exceed 0. 11uGy/h.
Maximum inspected item radiation dose during a single scan is 0. 11uGy/h, and is safe for the films with sensitivity up to ISO 1600 (33DIN).