The ScanX 14 In-Counter unit is a CR system featuring reusable phosphor storage plates (PSP). The plates are inserted directly into the scanner, which produces high-resolution images and erases the plate for reuse. This entire read/erase cycle is completed in 55 seconds for a 14-by-17-inch plate.
With the system there is no need for film, chemicals, film storage area, film duplication, processors or a dark room. It was designed to load and operate in normal room lighting, and the system features a patented transport system.


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