News | June 10, 2007

Konica Minolta Launches Single Bay CR System

June 11, 2007 – Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced the launch of its new single bay CR system, the REGIUS Nano CR. The new system, designed for speed and maximum uptime, is an affordable solution for low-procedure volume facilities and ancillary departments transitioning to digital radiography. According to the company, the REGIUS Nano CR also complements the REGIUS Xpress CR in busier departments by delivering customized, enhanced workflow and providing cost-effective redundancy.

The REGIUS Nano CR system offers customer maintenance features designed to help reduce department downtime. The Cassette Release Handles allows for easy removal of trapped cassettes inside the reader, while the Optics Sweeper makes cleaning the dust that can accumulate on the optical unit an easy task for users.

Available in two models — the Nano CR Enterprise Solution and the Nano CR Clinic Solution — the system can be networked with any of Konica Minolta CR products to fit a variety of budgeting, workflow and system configuration needs.

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