X-Ray Controllers.

Programmers that work with Golden Engineering X-Ray Sources and provide the operator to do an almost unlimited variety of pulse configurations while observing equipment and real world safeties. Program and control the X-Ray sources via the remote port, and monitor the transmission of pulses either through the internal feedback loop or via a specially developed X-Ray radiation detecting circuit meant to act as an external verification tool for the successful emission of image producing pulses. WMDTech offers a variety of X-Ray controllers allowing you to pick the product that works best for your mission and budget. 


Jolt II

The JOLT II is a second generation X-ray controller developed by Remote Sensing Laboratory with funding from the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. The JOLT II is designed for use with the Golden portable X-ray generators. The JOLT II is an accessory component for precision counting and controlling of the Golden X-Ray Source. It is a light weight, low profile, and simple to use system that does not require an extra power source. It receives power from the Dewalt battery through the 5-pin remote outlet on the Golden X-Ray Source.


• Easy Press Control Buttons

• LED Indicator Light

• Digital Display

• 5 Pin Lemo Connector

• Powered by Source

• WMDTech Warranty


Part No: JOLT001

MSRP: $2000.00

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SMRT Micro

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The SMRT II X-Ray Controller is a second generation controller based around the original design, which is a programmable device with unlimited configurations that can be selected by the operator. The SMRT Controller monitors this program using an X-Ray detector mounted on the X-ray source. The SMRT Controller can actually see the transmission of X-Ray pulses. The SMRT II Controller advances this capability wirelessly. The wireless feature will allow an operator to program, control, and monitor the X-Ray source via an Android platform, such as a phone or tablet. This capability also allows us to design add-ons to the system such as the upcoming Wireless Upload module for Scanners like the MMX-Mini and the FPX Nano. This will enable the operator to control the X-Ray Source, and then scan and upload the image wirelessly.


• Glove Friendly Touch Screen

• 8 Hour Continuous Runtime

• Fully Custom Pulse Settings

• Scintillator Feed Back Verifies X-Ray Production

• 300 Meter Line Of Sight

• No Need to Alter X-Ray Source

• Independent Power Source

• Add on Modules Coming Soon