Technology | November 07, 2014

Canon, Virtual Imaging Release Digital X-ray Acquisition Cart

The Cart offers new, cost-effective way to acquire Canon digital radiography capability

Canon RadPRO DELINIA 200, X-ray, RSNA 2014, digital radiography systems

Nov. 6, 2014 — The RadPRO Delinia 200 Digital X-ray Acquisition Cart transports the Canon CXDI-701C/801C/401C Wireless detectors with Auto Detection mode to provide healthcare organizations a cost-effective way to transition to DR technology.

The RadPRO Delinia 200 Digital X-ray Acquisition Cart comes equipped with a computer, access point, touch screen monitor, detector holder, and a choice of the Canon CXDI-701C, CXDI-801C or CXDI-401C Wireless DR system. In X-ray Auto Detection mode, the detector will detect X-rays at exposure and shift to image acquisition mode automatically, without the use of a typical X-ray generator interface. As a result, the Canon wireless detector can deliver high-quality imaging and help accelerate exams by providing results within seconds, using the installed X-ray generator in an existing radiography room or a mobile generator, without the need for cabling or special interfacing. These capabilities are now portable and can be shared among multiple rooms.

“The new RadPRO DELINIA 200 Digital X-ray Acquisition Cart provides an entirely new way for an organization to employ Canon digital radiography technology. For organizations that have not made the transition from CR to DR because of cost and possible disruption to their normal operations, it provides another cost-effective way to transition to DR technology,” said Tsuneo Imai, vice president and general manager, Healthcare Solutions Division, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. and president, Virtual Imaging, Inc.

For more information: www.usa.canon.com/dr.  www.virtualimaging-fl.com 

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