I bring to you another series of fluoroscopic photos. They were made at the anode voltage of 40kV and current 200uA, anode power only 8 W.
Just for interest I given here the whole schematic of the HV anode supply. Detail about the supply is here.
KODAK LANEX REGULAR screens (green, sensitivity 400) were used. On the back of the screen, the black plastic foil was sticked
to stop the visible light. The film is positioned 10 to 14 cm from the anode focus point. The shielding effectiveness was carefully checked.
The supply was remote controlled.
The HV is set low to make the radiation easy to shield.
No more x-ray experiments are planned.
Please don't send requests to x-ray this and this... The experiment was done only once and won't be repeated because ensuring the safety is complicated.
If you want more, see other websites about homemade x-ray systems:
This site doesn't serve as a guide! it is just a curiosity, not intended for reproduction.
For this reason, I don't describe all safety precautions here. X-ray radiation is very dangerous ionizing radiation.
Passes more or less through all materials, it cannot be completely shield. Exposure can cause cancer, leukemia, radiation sickness,
tumours and other fatal diseases and infertility or mutation of offspring. The device operates with a very high voltage. Do not try this in any case !
If you, despite warnings, decided to implement it, I do not take any responsibility for your damage - everything you do at your own risk.
X-raying cell phone charger
X-ray of the energy saving bulb
Multimeter in a probe
Analog multimeter x-ray
alarm clock with calculator
box with interchangeable screwdrivers
TV high voltage multiplier TPN-11/10
Procesor Celeron 1,1GHz
All above x-rayed objects
Ball computer mouse
Is It A Good Idea To X-ray the X-ray tube ? :)
Integrated circuits, capacitor X2, USB
lighter and energy saver
RGB color LED shower head x-ray. You can see the PCB and water powered generator.
color LED shower head x-ray from the other side. LED leads visible.
Now in a different way - photo shoot from the side where the subject and x-ray tube are located. X-ray picture of the USB from a wireless mouse.