Technology | December 17, 2014

Thales Launches New X-Ray Detectors at RSNA 2014

Products expand portable detectors range, retrofit solutions, surgical detectors and software as well as a cost effective innovation

C-arms, mobile R/F systems, Digital Radiography Systems, RSNA 2014

Image courtesy of Thales Group

December 18, 2014 — Thales Group launched new products at RSNA 2014, including: Pixium Portable 3543 EZ, ArtPix Mobile EZ2GO, Pixium 2121S-A, Pixium 2121S-A and TH 8770.

· Pixium Portable 3543 EZ is now available with a Gadox scintillator. A new detector Pixium Portable 3543 EZh-C with integrated handle mechanics will also complete the range.

· The ArtPix Mobile EZ2GO, a multi-touch tablet is now able to support both size Wi-Fi detectors: the Pixium Portable 3543 EZ (Gadox & CsI) and the Pixium Portable 2430 EZ. In addition, an innovative live Bluetooth connection to a dose measurement device (DAP) will allow the full wireless solution to control both patient exposure and dose management.

· Pixium 2121S-A, the new flat panel for Surgical C-Arms. Its new generation CsI and innovative pixel design brings unrivalled image quality at low dose.

· TH 8770, the new generation GigE Vision CCD camera based on Thales experience in conventional X-ray imaging is designed for a perfect match with X-ray image intensifiers. The TH 8770 is compatible with 6 inch, 9 inch and 12 inch Thales XRII sizes. This cost-effective camera could be integrated in either R/F tables or mobiles C-Arms and is optimized for digital fluoroscopy and radiography.

For more information: www.thalesgroup.com

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