The main components of an X-ray exposure hand switch typically include:
Button or Trigger: This is the primary control component. It is pressed or triggered to initiate the X-ray exposure.
Enclosure: Provides protection and insulation from electrical components.
Pushrod or Actuator: A pushrod connects the button/trigger to the switch mechanism inside the hand switch. When the button is pressed, it activates the switch through the pushrod or actuator.
Switch Mechanism: It is responsible for turning the X-ray exposure on or off.
Cable Connector: The equipment is typically connected to the X-ray machine control unit via a cable connector. This connector allows for communication between the switch and the X-ray control unit.
Wiring: Inside the equipment, there will be electrical wiring that connects the button/trigger, switch mechanism, and cable connector. The wiring routes the electrical signals necessary for the X-ray exposure control.
Protective Cover: Some products may include a protective cover over the button/trigger to prevent accidental exposure or unintended operation.
It’s important to note that the specific design and components of an X-ray exposure hand switch can vary depending on the manufacturer and model of the X-ray machine. Therefore, it’s always recommended to refer to the manufacturer’s documentation for detailed information on the components and operation of a specific hand switch. If you happen to need this kind of equipment, please feel free to contact us. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: email@example.com