Technology | January 20, 2014

Sony Demonstrates Medical Printing Technology at RSNA 2013

January 20, 2014 — Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division unveiled at the 2013 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting its next generation of medical printers, including three digital thermal models with features such as built-in image capture and hybrid signal inputs. 
 
The models build on Sony’s existing printer line and the company’s other medical applications, including ultrasound, portable C-Arm and cardiac cath labs. The Sony UP-D898MD, UP-X898MD and UP-991AD printers are scheduled for release in spring 2014.
 
Key features of the printers include:
 
UP-D898MD Digital Ultrasound black and white printer
  • High resolution 325 DPI
  • Compact design 
  • Upper and lower paper cutter
  • Built-in digital capture 
  • Compatibility with advance ultrasound systems   
  • Prints in about 1.9 seconds 
  • USB interface
  • Compatibility with previous model’s end-user media 
 
UP-X898MD Hybrid Analog Ultrasound black and white printer
  • Accepts analog and digital signal inputs 
  • High resolution 325 DPI
  • Compact design 
  • Upper and lower paper cutter
  • Compatibility with advance ultrasound systems 
  • Built-in digital capture 
  • Prints in about 1.9 seconds  
  • Compatibility with previous model’s end-user media  
 
UP-991AD Hybrid printer
  • Direct Thermal printer 
  • High resolution 325 DPI
  • Compact design 
  • Accepts analog and digital signal inputs 
  • Prints in about 1.9 seconds 
  • Automatic media cutting function
  • Prints full page for film or paper
  • Compatibility with portable C-Arm application 
  • Compatibility with previous model’s end-user media 
 
For more information: www.sony.com/medical

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