Nikon XT V Series

X-Ray and CT Technology for Electronics Inspection

The XT V is specifically designed for use in production lines and failure analysis laboratories.

There is an increasing demand for flexible, high-resolution and cost-effective X-ray inspection systems to cope with the evolution of ever-shrinking geometries within electronics components and to comply with tighter quality standards.

The XT V series enable insights into printed circuit board assemblies, components, or electrical devices in an intuitive, non-destructive inspection process. X-ray inspection provides many benefits to manufacturers and researchers, accelerating throughput and improving product quality whilst reducing costs.

Nikon XT V 160 machine

Electronics Inspection Made Easy

  • Proprietary NanoTech 160 kV / 20 W microfocus source with submicron feature recognition
  • 1.45 Mpixel 12bit camera with dual field 4”/6” image intensifier
  • Optional flat panel detector
  • 5-axis manipulator (X,Y,Z, Rotate, Tilt)
  • 360° fly-around views while keeping region of interest consistently locked into the center of the field of view
  • Real-time imaging or automated inspection
  • Ready for CT applications (option)
XT V 130

XT V 130

With the advent of many newer type of electronic components, surface inspection is no longer an option. As most electrical connections remain hidden from the eye, the ability to run premium quality real-time X-ray is more important than ever before. Designed for 100% (μ)BGA, multi-layer and PCB solder joint inspection, the XT V 130 X-ray system is a high-precision, flexible solution that facilitates defect analysis in loaded PCB boards. The system's Inspect-X software offers automated inspection functions and (optional) automatic board identification, which ensure high inspection throughput rates.

Nikon XT V 160 machine

XT V 160

Component connections on today’s compact and densely populated PCBs are hidden by other components, making X-ray the only viable inspection solution. XT V 160 is an easy-to-use, cost-effective and high-quality PCB inspection system targeting production facilities and failure analysis laboratories.

In automated inspection mode, samples can be inspected at the highest throughput. In manual mode, intuitive software and high-precision sample manipulation enable operators to visualize and evaluate the tiniest internal defects and deficiencies.

Industries Served


The aerospace industry requires an extremely high level of product reliability with zero tolerance for failure.
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The automotive industry is looking for value and cost-savings, and product failures can be both expensive to remedy and damaging to the manufacturer’s reputation.
Automotive Failure Analysis Scanning Services
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With battery-powered devices making their way in every facet of our lives, the margin for error and faulty products is smaller than ever.
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The most common type of casting anomaly is porosity, whether individual pores or a shrinkage porosity condition.
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Use of composite materials is becoming more commonplace in todays manufacturing environment as manufactures are looking at stronger and lighter weight alternatives to traditional metallic components.
X-Ray Scanning for Failure Analysis
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Electrical Components

The electronics industry is typically driven by miniaturization. Electronic components are getting smaller and smaller and this presents new challenges to the manufacturing processes that are used.
Electronics Failure Scanning Inspection
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Forensics and Legal

Forensic engineering is the investigation of products and components that fail or do not operate as designed.
Product Liability Inspection Scanning
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Additive Manufacturing is a growing tool helping to drive product innovation in today’s advanced manufacturing companies.
Additive Manufacturing Failure Analysis
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Medical Devices

Medical device manufacturing presents challenges due to the critical nature of the product and the drive in the industry to miniaturize the products while added additional complexity.
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Military and Defense

There is no room for error when it comes to our military's defense and safety.
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Oil & Gas

From core sample research to the integrity of critical drilling components, the Oil and Gas industry utilizes Industrial X-ray and CT Imaging to study new methods as well as increase efficiency.
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University & Research

Scientific research presents a multitude of opportunities to use 2D x-ray imaging (DR) and Computed Tomography (CT) technologies.