Technology | Computed Radiography (CR) | September 01, 2015

Konica Minolta Launches Sigma II CS-7s CR System

New system offers low-cost upgrade path to digital radiography system

Konica Minolta, Sigma II CS-7s, CR, computed radiography, DR, digital radiography

September 1, 2015 – Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced the new Sigma II CS-7s computed radiography (CR) system, designed to deliver enterprise level imaging to community hospitals, clinics and private practices. By utilizing the same control station as the AeroDR wireless flat panel detector, economic value is assured with an upgrade path from CR to digital radiography (DR). The Sigma II CS-7s CR system provides fast patient imaging to help improve workflow with high reliability and high capacity to help maximize patient outcomes, productivity and return on investment.

With the easy-to-use CS-7s Control Station, users can consistently attain high image quality with Konica Minolta’s Hybrid Premium Imaging Processing Algorithm. Standard features such as modality worklist, multi-patient/trauma software and Web-link capabilities all help improve workflow.

The Sigma II CS-7s CR system includes the Regius Sigma II reader, the CS-7s Control Station and two 14” x 17” plates. Whether users stay with CR or move to DR in the future, Konica Minolta’s CS-7 Control Station platform provides complete flexibility so facilities can make that choice when ready.

For more information: www.konicaminolta.com/medicalusa

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