quantimeter

quantimeter

 [kwon-tim´ĕ-ter]
an instrument for measuring the quantity of x-rays generated by a Coolidge tube.

quantimeter

An obsolete device formerly used to quantify X-ray production by an X-ray (Crookes or Coolidge) tube.

quantimeter

(kwŏn-tĭm′ĕt-ĕr) [L. quantus, how great, + Gr. metron, measure]
A device for measuring the amount of x-ray photons given during an exposure.

quantimeter

an instrument for measuring the quantity of x-rays generated by a Coolidge tube. The first hot-cathode tube.
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QUANTIMETER uses light-emitting measuring (LEM) technology to accurately measure the real-time yield performance (or total volume of harvested grain) of a specific crop at harvest.
The cost of the Quantix Workstation starter program, which includes a quantimeter and BTEX test components sufficient for 30 BTEX tests, is $1,800.
Results are displayed digitally on the user- friendly unit's quantimeter, and can be stored or downloaded to a PC.