Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 18, 2016

Rayence Debuts C-Series Wireless Flat Panel Detectors at RSNA 2016

Ergonomics and functionality combine to offer heightened versatility in imaging environments

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November 18, 2016 — Rayence Inc. announced the latest entries to its growing line of wireless flat panel digital radiography (DR) detectors will be shown at the 2016 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA 2016), Nov. 27-Dec. 1 in Chicago.

The new, ergonomically designed Rayence C-Series Cesium Iodide and Gadolinium Oxysulfide wireless detectors with tapered, recessed edges and a sure-grip backing are designed to offer new levels of handling, functionality and diagnostic image quality in the X-ray room and beyond.

Acquiring large patient body type images is easy with the 17- x17-inch C-Series, capturing the widest chest or pelvis. Each C-Series detector incorporates user-activated, internal image storage capable of storing up to 200 images, and even allows image acquisition while a computer or network connection is unavailable. Optional magnetic battery charger connection in an X-ray table and wall stand Bucky cabinet provides the added benefit of constant battery charging capability. All thin and lightweight, the complete C-Series line provides detector room sharing functionality that registers panels across multiple workstations to maximize continuous productivity between rooms or for portable use.

Ideally formatted for all tabletop extremity exams as well as for pediatric or neonate imaging, the Rayence 10- x12-inch wireless format, like the large format C-series, has built-in auto-triggering technology that signals the start of image capture without direct X-ray generator integration to expand C-Series use across a wide range of any pre-existing analog or digital X-ray equipment.

All Rayence C-Series wireless detectors are manufactured with a seamless, IPX6 water-resistant, magnesium alloy and unibody construction and combined with a shock-, vibration- and scratch-resistant carbon fiber composition that makes them well-suited for demanding imaging environments.

The C-Series detectors are equipped with a rechargeable lithium battery (having a battery life of four hours), a dual bay battery charger, two additional batteries and a three-year manufacturer warranty.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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