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Electrostatic CRT In an electrostatic CRT, charged metal plates, rather than current-carrying coils, are used to deflect the electron beam. When voltages appear on these deflecting plates, the beam is bent in the direction of the electric lines of flux. The greater the voltage applied to a deflecting plate, the stronger the electric field, and the greater the extent to which the beam is deflected. The principal advantage of an electrostatic CRT is the fact that it generates a far less intense magnetic field than an electromagnetic CRT. This so-called extremely low frequency (ELF) energy is a cause for concern, because it might have adverse effects on people who use CRT-equipped devices, such as desktop computers, for extended periods of time. In recent years, with the evolution of liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and plasma displays as alternatives to the CRT type of display, ELF has become a much less significant concern.
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Some video cameras use a form of electron tube that converts visible light into varying electric currents. The two most common types of camera tube are the vidicon and the image orthicon.
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Vidicon In the vidicon, a lens focuses the incoming image onto a photoconductive screen. An electron gun generates a beam that sweeps across the screen as a result of the effects of deflecting coils, in a manner similar to the operation of an electromagnetic CRT. The sweep in the vidicon is synchronized with any CRT that displays the image. As the electron beam scans the photoconductive surface, the screen becomes charged. The rate of discharge in a certain region on the screen depends on the intensity of the visible light striking that region. A simplified cutaway view of a vidicon tube is shown in Fig. 29-7. The main advantage of the vidicon is its small physical size and mass. A vidicon is sensitive, but its response can be sluggish when the level of illumination is low. This causes images to persist for a short while, resulting in poor portrayal of fast-motion scenes.
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Image Orthicon Another type of camera tube, also quite sensitive but having a quicker response to image changes, is the image orthicon. It is constructed much like the vidicon, except that there is a target electrode behind the photocathode (Fig. 29-8). When a single electron from the photocathode strikes the target electrode, multiple secondary electrons are emitted as a result. The image orthicon thus acts as a video signal amplifier, as well as a camera. A fine beam of electrons, emitted from the electron gun, scans the target electrode. The secondary electrons cause some of this beam to be reflected back toward the electron gun. Areas of the target electrode with the most secondary electron emission produce the greatest return beam intensity, and regions with the least emission produce the lowest return beam intensity. The greatest return beam intensity corresponds to the brightest parts of the video image. The return beam is modulated as it scans the target electrode and is picked up by a receptor electrode. One significant disadvantage of the image orthicon is that it produces considerable noise in addition to the signal output. But when a fast response is needed and the illumination ranges from dim to very bright, the image orthicon is the camera tube of choice. Photomultiplier A photomultiplier is a vacuum tube that generates a variable current depending on the intensity of the light that strikes it. It multiplies its own output, thereby obtaining high sensitivity. Photomultipliers can be used to measure light intensity at low levels. The photomultiplier consists of a photocathode, which emits electrons in proportion to the intensity of the light striking it. These electrons are focused into a beam, and this beam strikes an electrode called a dynode. The dynode emits several secondary electrons for each electron that strikes it. The resulting beam is collected by the anode. A photomultiplier can have several dynodes, resulting in high gain. The extent to which the sensitivity can be increased by cascading dynodes is limited by the amount of background electron emission or dark noise from the photocathode. Dissector A dissector, also known as an image dissector, is a form of photomultiplier in which the light is focused by a lens onto a translucent photocathode. This surface emits electrons in proportion to the
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