Ion Chamber Magna 1 cc

Designed especially for mammographic measurements

The Magna 1cc ionization chamber is designed for mammography dose measurement. It has an excellent energy response, why it can be used for radiographic applications too. The Magna 1cc Ion Chamber is the ideal choice for two reasons;

  1. Evaluations of Magna chambers show a response within ±1% over an extended mammography range of 20-50 kVp (HVL of 0.15 mm to 0.73 mm Al).
  2. All mammographic mean glandular dose tables are based on in-air measurements.

Magna’s air equivalent construction makes it ideally suited for in air exposure measurements of mean glandular dose.

The Magna 1cc comes in a hard case for the best protection.

Art. No: 9706100-00

Ion Chamber Magna 1 cc

Ranges with Piranha and Cobia Flex (Chamber Adapter required)

  • Dose Rate
    0.25 mGy/s to 2.5 Gy/s
  • Inaccuracy
    ±6 % or ±0.025 mGy/s
  • Energy dependence
    Within ±1 % for HVL of 0.15 mm to 0,73 mm Al. Within ±2 % for 20 to 150 kVp
  • Construction
    Air equivalent conductive plastic
  • Sensitivity
    38 nC/Gy or 0.33 nC/R
  • Collecting Volume
    1 cm³
  • Ventage
    Yes
  • Leakage
    <50 fA
  • Typical Bias
    300 V DC
  • Window
    Kapton conductive film + mylar protective film
  • Cable length
    2 m
  • Connector
    LEMO

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