Technology | April 03, 2013

Fujifilm Medical Systems Strengthens Digital Imagining Solutions with New CR Reader

Compact and lightweight FCR Prima-T2 boasts high-speed processing and high image quality

FCR Prima-T2 CR System

April 3, 2013 — Fujifilm Medical Systems USA Inc., announced a new computed radiography (CR) reader, the FCR Prima-T2. The new model offers enhanced processing speeds of up to 73 IPs/hour while leaving the easy to use capabilities and high functionality intact. The product is one of the most compact and lightweight on the market and can be installed just about anywhere, providing an ideal solution for low- to mid-volume imaging needs.

“The FCR Prima-T2 now allows private practices of any size to take advantage of Fujifilm’s world renowned image quality at faster throughput times all at an affordable price,” said Eddie Masetti, manager of distributor and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) sales, Fujifilm Medical Systems.

The FCR Prima-T2 is a tabletop unit. At just 86 pounds and with a footprint of only 3.2 square feet, it is one of the smallest tabletop CR systems available. As with all Fujifilm equipment, the FCR Prima-T2 is easy to operate. It helps reduce patient waiting time and greatly increases the efficiency of examination workflow.

For more information: www.fujiprivatepractice.com

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