# Technical Guidance

Here you will find data and articles on radiation shielding, frequently asked questions (FAQ), monitor performance, specific gamma ray constants, mathematical derivations, radiation protection widgets  - everything we have personally found useful from our own tool kit. New resources will be uploaded here from time to time.

• ## X-ray equipment: Constant potential 50-200 KV: Fig 3.2 (3)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

Source: Ionactive Consulting Radiation Protection Resource

Tags:
• X-ray tube
• Dose Rate
• Output
• Filtration
• Calculation
• mA
• 50-200 kV
• X-ray equipment
• Constant potential
• Xray
• X Ray

X-ray equipment: Constant potential 50-200 KV. A useful graph to calculate the dose rate output of a constant potential x-ray tube in mGy/h per mA at a distance of 1 m based on a tungsten target for different levels of tube filtration and kV. The text below the graph explains the conversion process to modern SI units.

• ## X-ray equipment: Constant potential 200-500 KV: Fig 3.2 (4)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

Source: Ionactive Consulting Radiation Protection Resource

Tags:
• X-ray tube
• Dose Rate
• Output
• Filtration
• Calculation
• mA
• 200-500 kV
• X-ray equipment
• Constant potential

X-ray equipment: Constant potential 200-500 KV. A useful graph to calculate the dose rate output of a constant potential x-ray tube in mGy/h per mA at a distance of 1 m based on a tungsten target for different levels of tube filtration and kV. The text below the graph explains the conversion process to modern SI units.

• ## Broad beam transmission of X-Rays (constant potential) through lead (50-200 kV) Fig 4.3(7)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

• ## Broad beam transmission of gamma rays from Co-60 through iron, lead and uranium Fig 4.4 (3)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

• ## Half-Value Thickness and Tenth Value Thickness for Heavily Filtered X-Rays in Broad Beam conditions Table 4.8 (1)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

• ## X-ray equipment Constant potential 0.5-3 MV Fig 3.2 (5)

Published: Sep 29, 2021

Source: Ionactive Consulting Radiation Protection Resource

Tags:
• X-ray tube
• Dose Rate
• Output
• Filtration
• Calculation
• mA
• 0.5 - 3MV
• X-ray generator
• Constant potential
• Xray
• X Ray

X-ray equipment: Constant potential 0.5-3 MV. A useful graph to calculate the dose rate output of a constant potential x-ray generator in Gy/h per mA at a distance of 1 m based on a tungsten target for different levels of tube filtration and varying MV. The text below the graph explains the conversion process to modern SI units.