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C13247 sensor

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Hamamatsu Photonics has developed an energy-discriminating radiation line sensor (part number: C13247), which features a direct conversion type semiconductor, to inspect pipe wall thinning due to corrosion. The product will be available from 1st December 2014 to companies that provide inspection services to facilities such as petroleum refineries, petrochemical plants, and power plants. In addition, Hamamatsu will offer customization of the line sensor, such as the sensitivity (pixel size) of the sensor, based on customer requirements.

The C13247 is currently being exhibited at the Infra-Main Tech trade show at the Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center in Tokyo, Japan on the 12th – 14th November 2014. This trade show focuses on technologies to inspect, diagnose, and repair various types of infrastructure (roads, bridges, tunnels, etc.). 

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