Novus X-Ray’s new CCPX™ line of x-ray equipment is revolutionizing the food inspection process. These systems can not only detect contamination such as stainless steel, glass, and stone (which metal detectors and optical scanners cannot), but they can also be used to identify undesirable process variations. The CCPX line has two features that make it the easiest x-ray system on the market to operate and repair. First the one-button “auto learning” system allows a technician to visually inspect an x-ray image that has been falsely detected, and with one button tell the machine to ignore similar detections in the future. This advancement enables x-ray inspection to run almost on autopilot. The second is utilized only by Novus X-ray, which makes repairing these devices almost as easy as changing a light bulb. The CCPX system groups the components into just five modules: processing-detection, the human-machine-interface, input-output electronics, x-ray generator, and the cooling system. Embedded software simply identifies which module needs replacement, and a worker unplugs it, unbolts that faulty module, inserts the replacement module, and reconnects the cabling. Any recalibration, mechanical alignment, or settings recovery takes place without worker intervention. Such ability makes repair and maintenance a matter of “plug-and-play.” For more info, visit www.novusxray.com.