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The Caesium Iodide Scintillator intercepts the X-ray beam converting it into visible light. It is built according to a vertical growth process that generates column-shaped microstructures - capable of preserving image quality.
This layer of optical fibres protects the sensor from direct penetration of X rays. Additionally, the vertical fibres preserve the image resolution while light propagates through the three sensor layers.
The CMOS capturing layer converts light into a digital image. CMOS is the latest generation of silicon digital receptors, with 20µm cells and 14bit encoding, capable of 16384 shades of grey to make sure that no detail is ever lost.