Technology | October 06, 2009

InfiMed's Completes Development of i5 Platform, Launches new DR and RF/DSA Products

InfiMed's Completes Development of i5 Platform, Launches new DR and RF/DSA Products

New in its OEM product lineup, InfiMed has completed development its i5 Platform and launched its new digital radiography and RF/DSA imaging system products. Based upon the highly acclaimed and industry leading Platinum One product line, the new i5 Platform features sophisticated image processing and integrated, on screen generator control. It is a low cost, flexible solution for OEMs that provides maximum flexibility when interfacing with flat panel detectors or CCD cameras, generators, and positioners.

As an example, the i5 DR or RF operates with your choice of flat panel detectors from Carestream, Samsung, Trixell, and Varian. Its advantages include universal mobile unit and wireless solutions as well as the most economical and easy to install upgrade path on the market for dealers. It comes with a 36-month warranty.

Many clinical sites are looking to newly establish or upgrade their facilities to achieve maximum efficiency, and the i5 Platform for DR, RF or in combination through its “iCynergy” product, which offers both DR and RF in one “box”, are the ideal products. The iCynergy offers DR capabilities to a room with an existing camera for RF which adds value and saves your customer money. The system can be integrated into any existing room and is scalable so that it can meet any budget.

The i5 product line’s initial RF products were released to the market in March 2009 and are installed worldwide. Upcoming product releases will occur through early 2010.

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