Technology | October 16, 2007

ACCU-PRO Offers Basic, Advanced Functions

Radcal’s ACCU-PRO Multi-Purpose Analyzer features basic and advanced Dose and kVp functions with mAs for Radiography, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, CT, Dental and Survey measurements with Intuitive use, quick setup and portability. A wide variety of ion chambers/sensors are available to fit the specific application needs.

The system reportedly provides excellent Dose & kVp accuracy including scatter and leakage measurements. Ion chambers with automatic temperature and pressure compensation for critical acceptance testing and dose diodes for QA consistency tests, as well as rechargeable batteries for several hours of uninterrupted measurements make the Accu-Pro the system of choice for professionals, according to the company.

Also featured at RSNA, the PDC (Patient Dose Calibrator) method of calibration is reportedly significantly quicker than traditional methods, and allows a full check of the DAP meter calibration over a range of field sizes, shapes and beam qualities.

The PDC measures DAP, DAP-rate, dose and dose rate and features ion chamber performance with optical and radiographic alignment markers. It also features ion chamber performance with optical and radiographic alignment markers.

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