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XRI-1600 digital image processor

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Dalsa has introduced its XRI-1600 digital image processor, ideal for X-ray imaging applications. Specifically engineered for demanding X-ray instrumentation and radioscopy, the XRI-1600 is capable of handling a wide range of resolutions, pixel depths and frame rates.

The XRI-1600 image processor incorporates Dalsa's Image Processing Engine (IPE) to generate high quality diagnostic pictures. The IPE is specially designed for X-ray imaging applications and performs real-time digital image processing in three dynamic stages. These stages are: input image conditioning; motion compensated noise reduction; and output image conditioning. In the first stage, the IPE is capable of performing shading correction, lens correction, and image realignment as required, without sacrificing system performance. In the second stage, the XRI-1600 features a user configurable, motion-compensated noise reduction algorithm that is optimised for both static and dynamic images. The third stage enables image rotation and/or flip, along with image enhancement and masking.

The XRI-1600 is designed for rapid system integration and is supplied with easy-to-use software application development tools and utilities. The XRI-1600 Software Development Kit (SDK) is a Microsoft Windows compatible C++ library for image acquisition and digital image processor control.