Technology | November 08, 2006

Canon Rolls Out New Portable DR System

Canon Medical Systems will exhibit its newest digital radiography (DR) systems at RSNA, the Canon CXDI-50C Portable DR System and Canon CXDI-40EC Premium DR System. The Canon CXDI-50C system features a 14-by-17-inch image area with the LANMIT 7 (Large Area New-MIS Sensor and TFT) detector technology, and delivers high-quality diagnostic images with minimal X-ray exposure to patients. The Canon CXDI-40EC system has 17-by-17-inch imaging area for capturing all X-ray images without the need to adjust detector orientation.
Canon will also display a full line of DR sensors integrated to a wide range of X-ray systems including the CXDI-50G integrated to portable solutions such as the AMX-4 DR upgrade, RadPro 40kW mobile and the RadPro 4kW portable.
Additionally, the company will show a field deployable digital radiography system integrated with Canon’s CXDI-50G, and the RadPro Overhead Tube integrated with Canon’s full-size CXDI-40EG detector.
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