Technology | February 14, 2011

Konica - Wireless Aero DR Offers Workflow Improvements

The Aero DR is a new wireless digital radiography (DR) system offering workflow improvements with a simple, easy-to-use console. It was featured at Konica Minolta's booth at RSNA 2010.

Aero DR is lightweight (6.6 lbs.) and incorporates an extended-life battery with a short cycle charge. It features a cesium iodide (CsI) scintillator for low-dose, high-resolution imaging. The flat panel detector’s dimensions, 14-inches by 17-inches, allow it to fit into an existing wall-stand or table bucky tray without modification. The wireless system’s imaging console has a new, simple, user-friendly design and can share an operation with other Konica Minolta Regius computed radiography (CR) systems.

Aero DR provides either a full room radiography solution or a universal fit solution for converting existing analog rooms to digital. It is pending FDA 510(k) clearance.

For more information: www.medical.konicaminolta.us

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