News | January 15, 2015

Leonardo DR Nano System Allows for Portable X-ray Exams

Product supports users in both inpatient and outpatient digital radiography

Leonardo DR nano system, X-ray systems, Digital Radiography systems

Image courtesy of OR Technology

January 15, 2015 — The OR Technology Leonardo DR nano enables portable X-ray exams. It consists of two components only, a wireless X-ray detector and a tablet PC. Weighing only 5.4 kg, it can be used for ambulant as well as stationary radiography.

Due to its low weight and volume, the compact Leonardo DR nano system can be used almost anywhere and the X-ray image is ready for viewing and diagnostic evaluation as early as 6 to 8 seconds after the shot has been taken.

The multi touch display is non reflective and offers a resolution of 1.920 x 1.080 pixels. The portable wireless X-ray detector, based on amorphous silicon (a-Si) with caesium iodide (CsI) scintillator, guarantees ultimate image quality, even at low radiation doses.

For more in­form­a­tion: www.or-technology.com

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