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CXDI-50G Portable DR System

ProductsCXDI-50G Portable DR System
Company Canon Medical Systems
Item CXDI-50G Portable DR System
Features 
  • Portable and Compact: The sensor is less than an inch thick and weighs only 10.6 pounds
  • Large Imaging Area: Up to 14 x 17 inches
  • Immediate Viewing: See images on a preview monitor within a few seconds after x-ray exposure
  • Quick Refreshment Cycle: Sensor plate is ready for next x-ray exposure in 15 seconds
  • High Resolution: 160 x 160 microns pixel pitch, with approximately 6 million pixels and 4,096 gray scale contrast
  • Large Dynamic Range: Sensor plate covers a larger dynamic range than conventional x-ray film: up to 104
  • Standard Connectivity: Ethernet 10/100 base T, with DICOM 3.0 compatible format, to PACS and hard copy output devices such as DICOM laser images
  • Description The CXDI-50G is a one-of-kind portable Digital Radiography system designed for diverse applications that include trauma and bedside exams. It has a 14 x 17- inch imaging area and weighs only 10.6 lbs.

    With a large imaging area and lightweight design, the CXDI-50G extends the range of exams possible with Digital Radiography. It is large enough for chest and abdominal X-rays. But the compact design also makes it as easy to position as a conventional film cassette or CR imaging plate when performing lateral or axial imaging of limbs and other areas. In addition, it is possible for a patient to easily hold the sensor unit in place during image capture.

    The compact design allows the CXDI-50G to be used for a wide range of X-ray room applications. It can also be used at a patients bedside. When combined with a mobile X-ray unit, the CXDI-50G brings digital radiography directly to the patient. With a portable sensor designed for patient comfort and quick access to images, the Canon CXDI-50G provides unmatched speed and efficiency for diagnosing even the most critically ill patients.

    The CXDI-50G features Canons innovative and reliable technology, the Canon Amorphous Silicon (a-Si) Flat Panel Sensor. Used in Canon products for over a decade, this innovative technology provides very high quality images without the time and cost involved with film-screen systems. The efficient Canon Control Station stores every captured image and displays preview images on a touch-sensitive LCD Operation Panel. Built-in software provides extensive networking capabilities allowing convenient connections to PACS, RIS or any DICOM printer.
    Info Canon Medical Systems
    Customer Service: (516) 328-5000
    Web site: http://www.usa.canon.com/html/industrial_medeq/ophthalmic_index.html

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