News | Digital Radiography (DR) | October 27, 2015

Konica Minolta Showcasing AeroDR LT at RSNA 2015

Lightweight, durable flat panel detector can be used in most rooms and portable X-ray systems

Konica Minolta, AeroDR LT, flat panel detector, RSNA 2015

Image courtesy of Konica Minolta Medical Imaging

October 27, 2015 — The AeroDR LT is a smart wireless digital radiography (DR) solution that can be used in most rooms and portable X-ray systems. The flat panel detector delivers added economic value by extending the life and value of existing radiology rooms and solutions. AeroDR LT is easy to carry and easy to position with its light weight (5.5 lbs.) and grip strips right on the panel—helping increase both patient satisfaction and technologist productivity.

Get exams faster with image preview in one second and fully processed images in as little as 6 seconds. With AeroSync automatic exposure detection and roaming capabilities, AeroDR LT is compatible with most fixed and portable X-ray devices.

The AeroDR LT is designed to withstand the bumps, drops, loads and liquids found in most environments with a weight to load ratio up to 661 pounds, and the highest bend and liquid resistance in its class.

With a 13-minute charge on Konica Minolta’s lithium ion capacitor, users get up to 4.1 hours of imaging time or 150 images. Reduce repair costs, avoid catastrophic failures and gain peace of mind with the built-in panel drop sensors and monitoring for continuous panel handling data.

For more information: www.konicaminolta.com

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