News | X-Ray | November 08, 2022

Representing the company’s philosophy of “relentless innovation,” this new solution provides a comfortable image experience for both patients and users 

The AccE Glass-Free Detector offers a more comfortable imaging experience due to its lightweight design, which lessens user fatigue without compromising image quality.

The AccE Glass-Free Detector offers a more comfortable imaging experience due to its lightweight design, which lessens user fatigue without compromising image quality. 

 


November 8, 2022 — To optimize work efficiency and portability, Samsung has introduced a new flagship detector, the AccE Glass-Free Detector. The AccE Glass-Free Detector recently received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for commercial use in the USA. 

“Being at the forefront of advancing healthcare imaging, we have recognized the need for new solutions that enhance both patient and user comfortability,” said David Legg, Vice President, Head of Boston Imaging. “From the ER to the OR, our glass-free detector exhibits reliability in versatile environments to help get the job done – and done well.” 

The AccE Glass-Free Detector was designed to deliver high-resolution images of a digital detector, while offering exceptional user and patient benefits, including: 

Lightweight Design: Weighs approximately 4.5 pounds1, which is 27% lighter than the conventional model2. 

  • Clear Visibility: Exhibits a 76% DQE, leading the market in glassless panel technology. 
  • Functionality: Features a non-glass flexible panel with center-engraving to position a patient, a side chamfer to ease lifting and a rear grip to support transportation. 
  • High Load Allowance: Holds up to 881 pounds of surface load and 441 pounds of patient load3. 
  • Dust and Water Resistant: Enables users to employ the detector with confidence in fast-paced environments. 


Samsung persistently works to help professionals by developing best-in-class imaging technology that optimizes functionality. The AccE Glass-Free Detector can be used on the AccE GM85 mobile Digital Radiography system and is coming soon to the AccE GC85A. 

For more information: https://www.samsunghealthcare.com/en/products/digital_radiography/AccE-Detector#none 

Find more RSNA22 coverage here  

References:
1. Measured without battery set
2. Compared to S4335-AW
3. Based on 40 mm diameter disc at the center 

 


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