The REGIUS 370 from Konica Minolta is an upright digital radiography (DR) system that uses the most advanced phosphor detector available. The detector uses Cesium Bromide (CeBR) to produce a high level of detective quantum efficiency (DQE), which is comparable to flat-panel DR systems. However, it is compatible with almost any X-ray generator or tube, which many flat-panel systems are not. With the scanning mechanism and image detector integrated into one upright stand, the upright DR is capable of scanning 210 images per hour.
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Upright DR with Phosphor Detector
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