ECC 8700 X-Ray Pulse Counter / Exposure Time Meter

Brand: Electronic Control Concepts (ECC)
Product Code: 8700
Availability: Indent 1-2 bulan

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Product Description

ACCESSORIES: Operator manual, Calibration Certificate, Hard Carrying Case
Optional Accessories:

8700CC Carrying Case for Model 8700 – Padded Cordura: $45.00
8700RS Remote Sensor allowing operation of the pulse counter up to 10 feet from the X-Ray Head. This small weighted sensor sits under x-ray head with a cable that plugs into the 8700: $70.00
8700SC Oscilloscope cable that connects “Scope” output of the model 8700 to standard BNC oscilloscope input: $30.00


The Model 8700 X-Ray Pulse Counter/ Exposure Time Meter is used to measure the time or duration of radiation output produced by a wide variety of x-ray generators. The x-ray sensor in the 8700 allows direct measurement of exposure from the x-ray head. Pulses produced by half wave and full- wave x-ray are measured as 60 or 120 pulses per second. For DC, capacitor discharge and 3-phase x-ray, the 8700 measures the exposure time in milliseconds.

When testing x-ray timers and controls, the time of relay contact can be measured using the AC input feature.

The Model 8700 is “self-resetting”. There is no need to reset the instrument after each reading. The reading is stored after each exposure, holding until the next exposure.

Wider Range
Increased sensitivity allows use with lower power x-rays
Wider dynamic range allows use with higher power x-rays
More accuracy on DC/Multiphase high power x-rays

Measurement ends at 70% of peak value eliminating inaccuracy due to slow tail.
Periodic calibration is not needed

Digital / microprocessor circuitry does not drift or lose accuracy over time.
New circuitry saves production time and parts cost, allowing us to keep our competitive prices.
Low power circuitry improves battery life.


Small Hand Held Size
AC or DC X-Rays
New High Accuracy Circuit
Self Resetting
Battery Operated
Two Year Warranty
Direct Exposure Reading or AC Input
Use for Medical or Dental X-Rays
Remote Sensor Option
No Periodic Calibration Needed
Custom Carrying Case Option
Durable ABS Plastic Case

Measurement of Exposure
Quality Assurance
Verification of X-ray Exposure Time
Calibration of X-ray Timer
Direct Measurement of Timer Accuracy
Troubleshooting and Repair of x-ray


AC – one count
DC- 2% +/-1 millisecond

X-ray input: 40kVp, 5mA at 5 cm from top surface of case, pointed to target
AC Input: 90 VAC minimum

9999 Pulses
9999 Milliseconds

0.4″ Liquid Crystal

Internal 9 Volt Battery
Low Battery Indicator

48 hours continuous
Typically 9 months of normal use

Three position switch
4 digit liquid crystal display
0.4″ characters
Low battery indicator
Oscilloscope output
Remote Sensor Input

80 x147x 40mm
3.15 x 5.8 x1.6 inches

None required for direct exposure measurement
2 tip jacks for AC input
Jack for Remote Sensor Option
Jack for Oscilloscope Output

Remote sensor with 3 meter cable
Padded Cordura Carrying Case
Oscilloscope Interface Cable
Long Life Battery