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[* black] Fade to black...cueblack... cue lights! Time to shine some illuminating rays on our next target, the inductive charger.
[* blackicon_note] By changingadjusting the behavior of the x-rayspower level and exposure, we can see different strata of the charger.
[* black] For example, in the first image we can still see a high-contrast silhouette of the plasticcharger's internals, nested in the haziness of the plastic outer case. And in the last image, the board-level components are visible.
[* black] X-ray fun fact: Power and current are adjustable. Lower power equals better resolution—and lower fpsfewer frames per second. Creative Electron's x-rayX-ray machines do up to 60 fpsFPS, but this was slower than that.
[* black] X-ray fun fact 2: The zoom level of the image is directly proportional to the distance between the tungsten sensor and the object; it isobject. It's also inversely proportional to the distance between the object and the x-rayX-ray source.
[* black] Fade to black...cueblack... cue lights! Time to shine some illuminating rays on our next target, the inductive charger.
[* blackicon_note] By changingadjusting the behavior of the x-rayspower level and exposure, we can see different strata of the charger.
[* black] For example, in the first image we can still see a high-contrast silhouette of the plasticcharger's internals, nested in the haziness of the plastic outer case. And in the last image, the board-level components are visible.
[* black] X-ray fun fact: Power and current are adjustable. Lower power equals better resolution—and lower fpsfewer frames per second. Creative Electron's x-rayX-ray machines do up to 60 fpsFPS, but this was slower than that.
[* black] X-ray fun fact 2: The zoom level of the image is directly proportional to the distance between the tungsten sensor and the object; it isobject. It's also inversely proportional to the distance between the object and the x-rayX-ray source.