Technology | Radiology Imaging | July 15, 2015

Rayence to Highlight RU-3000 Digital Universal Radiography System at AHRA 2015

C-Series wireless detectors will also be featured

Rayence, RU-3000, U-arm, 1417 C-Series detectors, AHRA 2015

RU-3000 System image courtesy of Rayence USA

July 15, 2015 - Rayence announced that it will be highlighting the RU-3000 Digital Universal Radiography System, recently cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), at the 2015 annual meeting of the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA).

The U-arm features a compact design with dual telescoping arm movement that permits installation in settings having ceiling heights of just 8 feet. Its fully motorized movements for SID, arm rotation, height, and detector angle can be automatically programmed to user-specific radiographic positions utilizing the intuitive touchscreen located tube-side, a handheld remote control or by using the technologist workstation.

Also featured at AHRA 2015 will be the Rayence wireless 1417 C-Series detectors. Designed to fulfill the versatile needs of busy imaging centers and hospitals, Rayence 1417 C-Series wireless detectors are lightweight, durable, water-resistant, and ideal for in-room and portable applications.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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