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.
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The new QUANTIMETER works with an impact plate at the grain elevator delivery point and measures the yield without requiring the thousand grain weight.
The current volumetric Quantimeter yield measuring system has been ditched in favour of a pressure cell design said to need calibrating just once a year while delivering more accurate results, while Field Scanner laser-based auto steering that uses a scanning device on the cab has replaced the cutting table-mounted Laserpilot system.
Yield mapping via the CLAAS Quantimeter system is also supported.