Technology | October 11, 2006

Software Upgrade Boosts DryPix 5000 Speed at Same Power

FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA has announced a new software upgrade for the DryPix 5000 that increases throughput to match the performance of Fuji’s flagship DryPix 7000 while still retaining the convenience of 110-volt power. The DryPix 5000 now provides throughput up to 240 films per hour with access to the first film in only 65 seconds.
With this new software upgrade, the DryPix 5000 offers increased speed while continuing to provide the same image quality that the Fuji DryPix line is known for. The DryPix 5000 and DryPix 7000, as well as Fuji’s DryPix 4000, offer 50-micron resolution and 3.6 maximum density capabilities and provide the performance necessary for mammography printing.

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