Technology | November 05, 2012

FDR D-EVOplus Wireless Cesium FPDs, Available in Three Sizes

Wireless cesium FPDs available in three sizes

The FDR D-EVO family has just grown to include a large format 17x17” and a small format 24x30cm detector. Now, with a choice of the C43i 17x17”, C35i 14x17” and C24i 24x30cm, our family of low dose, high image quality cesium flat-panel detectors is broad enough to satisfy every DR need. The new C43i is perfect for routine chest exams and exams that need a maximized field of view. The original C35i provides all the dose and DQE benefits of cesium iodide in a traditional 14x17” wireless design. And the new C24i is the world’s first, and smallest, wireless flat panel detector—a  perfect fit for small detector trays such as those used for neonatal and other routine small body part exams that require high resolution at the lowest possible doses. The benefits of cesium combined with the image quality enhancements of ISS and Dynamic Visualization image processing take portable DR detector performance to a new level, capturing higher resolution images with lower doses than traditional GoS or CR detectors. Each model features a user-replaceable battery or can be used with a cord for permanent or semi-permanent long-term use.

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