Technology | X-Ray | September 25, 2015

Varian Offers New PaxScan Wireless Detectors

Pair of wireless digital radiography panels focus on dose efficiency and extremity imaging

Varian, PaxScan wireless detectors, 4336W, 2530W, X-ray

Image courtesy of Varian Medical Systems

September 25, 2015 — Varian offers two wireless detector models: the PaxScan 4336W and PaxScan 2530W.  The lightweight, cassette-sized, portable 43cm x 36cm detector is optimized for dose efficiency and very low electronic noise.  Even while the panel is inside a cassette tray, or below the X-ray table, the wireless transmission rates stay consistently high. The space-efficient 25cm x 30cm portable radiographic panel is designed with special imaging modes for use in imaging extremities and is compatible for neonatal procedures as well as mid-size radiographic applications such as dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and ear, nose and throat (ENT) procedures. The 2530W panel has extended battery life and is interchangeable with the 4336W detector battery.  Both panels offer high digital image quality along with higher throughput, significant workflow efficiencies, and the potential to enhance patient care and comfort for an improved experience.

For more information: www.varian.com

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