X-ray Baggage Scanner: SF5030A

The UNIQSCAN SF5030A is a model of X-ray baggage scanner that is widely used for security screening in airports, train stations, and other transportation hubs, as well as in government buildings and other high-security facilities. The UNIQSCAN SF5030A is a compact and versatile scanner that can be used to screen a wide range of baggage sizes and shapes, from small bags and purses to larger suitcases and boxes. It uses a high-energy X-ray generator to create detailed images of the contents of the baggage, which are displayed on a color monitor for analysis.

UNIQSCAN SF5030A is designed for high-volume screening operations, and it features a fast scanning speed and a user-friendly interface that makes it easy for operators to identify potential threats. It also includes advanced imaging technologies, such as automatic threat detection and image enhancement, to improve the accuracy and efficiency of the screening process. UNIQSCAN SF5030A is built to comply with international safety and security standards, and it includes a range of safety features, such as radiation shielding and interlocks, to ensure the safety of both operators and passengers. It is a reliable and effective tool for enhancing security in a variety of settings, and it is widely used by security professionals around the world.

Features and Benefits

The UNIQSCAN X-ray baggage inspection is a technology used for the security screening of luggage and other items. The process involves passing the baggage through an X-ray machine that emits electromagnetic radiation in the form of X-rays. The X-rays pass through the baggage and create an image of the contents on a screen, which is monitored by a trained operator.

The operator is able to detect any potentially dangerous items, such as weapons or explosives, that may be hidden in the baggage. X-ray baggage inspection is a non-intrusive method of screening, and it allows for the detection of dangerous items without the need for physical searches.

The technology used in X-ray baggage inspection has advanced significantly in recent years, and modern machines are able to provide high-quality images that make it easier for operators to identify potential threats. X-ray baggage inspection is widely used in airports, train stations, and other transportation hubs, as well as in government buildings and other high-security facilities.

Image Performance System

  • X-ray sensor—L type photodiode array detector (energy), 24 bi depth ;
  • Display—High-resolution liquid crystal display, 24-bit color ;
  • C: Color management architectures—Different color, different matter ;
  • Inverse. white/black/colorized—For comparing these images to find the suspected   dangerous goods;
  • To eliminate organic. Inorganic out—ln view of the most important image;
  • Edge enhancement—The edge of image is more clear ;
  • High penetration—Make the image more through, to look every goods in one image ;
  • Zoom in/zoom out—Make the image bigger, make the image smaller ;
  • times size of image—Make image back to 1 times size of image;
  • Brighter/darker—Make image more bright /make image darker ;
  • Replay—Playback all images on the screen at current, be able to do the next steps ;