Technology | December 19, 2014

Rayence Introduces Enhancing Flat Panel Digital Solutions

Enhancements include a new console designed for mobile imaging and auto-stitching

Digital Radiography Systems, RSNA 2014, X-Ray Systems

Image courtesy of Rayence

December 19, 2014 — Rayence Inc. highlighted enhancements to its digital flat panel solutions at RSNA 2014. Enhancements included a new console dedicated for mobile imaging, auto-stitching and an image processing tool that allows the user to instantly enhance bone or soft tissue based on the radiologist’s preference.

Rayence also introduced new wireless detectors, the wireless C-Series, the 1417WCC (CsI) and 1417WGC (Gadox). The new class of wireless detectors are designed to increase workflow efficiency by providing a more streamlined approach to digital radiography. They are lightweight, ISO 4090 compliant, feature seamless carbon-fiber construction and come with a built-in memory capable of storing up to 100 images. High detective quantum efficiency along with a pixel pitch of 127 microns assures the delivery of high quality images.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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