Technology | November 18, 2011

IMIX Unveils Three Cassette-Sized Digital Imaging Detectors at RSNA 2011

November 18, 2011 — IMIX Americas Inc. will introduce three state-of-the-art digital detectors along with its expanded line of integrated digital radiography (DR) products at RSNA 2011. The event will take place Nov. 27 – Dec. 2 at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago.

The company’s new cassette-size digital detectors include two Slimline HD2 panels, which utilize direct conversion technology to produce ultra-high resolution images. The IMIX X Wireless panel provides the benefits of DR in a lightweight cable-free cassette.

All three detectors overcome the practical drawbacks associated with other digital cassettes, including weight, durability, image quality, dose and affordability.

The Slimline HD2 series, available in 35 x 43 (cm) and 43 x 43 (cm) tethered panels, utilizes amorphous selenium direct conversion; this process creates an X-ray image without scattering light and delivers high spatial frequency and image quality. This technology also comes in a 43 x 43 (cm) fixed detector.

The IMIX X Wireless is one of the industry's lightest-weight wireless digital detectors at 6.3 lbs. It is durably built with a rigid case and double-glass structure to prevent damage by shock or load. Its ISO 4090-compliant cassette size fits any existing wall stand or bucky tray.

IMIX has fully integrated the detectors into its Scandinavian-designed DR systems, which have been updated to optimize ergonomics, simplicity, functionality and operational ease-of-use. Enhancements include a touchscreen, remote control and a detector encasement with enclosure. The encasement provides added convenience and safety by permitting the 14x17 detector to rotate from landscape to portrait without being removed. 

In addition to its fixed, tethered and wireless imaging technology, IMIX has expanded its system configurations. The company’s product line now incorporates a comprehensive selection of floor and wall-mounted stands, tables, and positioning devices; they can be sold as complete DR systems or as DR-ready systems that can be easily upgraded with any of IMIX's digital detectors.

IMIX will display in booth #1828, Lakeside Hall D at RSNA 2011.

For more information: www.imixadr.com

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