Wireless DR systems, Upgrades and Retrofit solutions in a compact format to best match your changing requirements.
The Canon Air Trigger FPD’s are available in 3 different sizes to best match your requirements.
• 35 x 43 cm - CXDI-701 (General imaging)
• 27 x 35 cm - CXDI-801 (Ideal for Humidicribs and neonatal imaging)
The wireless system ensures best performance in workflow, sensitivity, image quality and versatility.
User-friendly cassette sized wireless FPD´s.
• Retrofits to any system
• Easy upgrade path
• Manual mode
• Non Generator Connection mode
• Graphical User Interface support with small sized PC
• Light weight
• High resolution
• High sensitivity
• Durable Cassette-size FPD’s
• Available with "C" and "G" scintillators
The Amorphous silicon detector has a scintillator of either Csl or GOS and has a pixel pitch of 125 microns and 9.5 million pixels.
Weighing only 3.3kg including the battery, this user-friendly cassette sized wireless FPD is durable and designed to reduce radiation exposure and to ensure patient and operator safety.
The Amorphous silicon detector has a scintillator of either Csl or GOS and has a pixel pitch of 125 microns and 6.1 million pixels.
At only 2.3kg including the battery, this compact and light weight FPD is ideal for orthopedic and extremity examinations.
Paediatric and neonatal examinations are easily performed with this FPD fitting into humidicribs and designed to reduce radiation exposure and to ensure patient and operator safety.
The Amorphous silicon detector has a scintillator of either Csl or GOS and has a pixel pitch of 125 microns and 11.6 million pixels.
This large format and light weight FPD is ideal for orthopedic, chest and abdominal examinations.
Automatic Stitching of up to 4 images is provided as standard within the supplied software. Images can be acquired either erect or supine and stitched together to produce long leg or long spine images.
Manual correction and adjustment is provided for fine corrections if required.
The high resolution, high sensitivity and high signal to noise ratio together with the advanced NE software ensures that the best possible diagnostic image quality is produced, provide an enhanced level treatment to your patients.
Digital radiography systems can significantly reduce examination times and allow the operator to focus on patient care.
With the flexibility and reliability of the Canon wireless FPD system you can optimize your workflow to concentrate on critical tasks by using DR solutions.
Up to four detectors can be used in one room and shared between systems, offering you maximum flexibility to accommodate the required workflow in your institute.
The Auto Trigger Wireless Digital Radiography System uses the Canon CXDI NE control software. This intuitive software provides a wide range of selections directly from the main menu and yet images can be taken within three touches.
The CXDI NE Control Software has advanced image processing that shows the subtle details of trabecular bone structure and soft tissue in the same image.
The optimized workflow reduces current operation steps and supports multiple study acquisition.
Three levels of access can be set for various users.
There are 2 installation solutions available with the Canon Auto Trigger wireless FPD’s.
Retrofit / Upgrade – A two-component system comprising the Wireless FPD’s and a laptop computer can be installed on any system without any physical connection to the X-ray generator.
The Laptop PC will pick up the patient demographics for the Worklist server on the PACS system. The exposure parameters are then set on the X-ray generator and the exposure made.
The Wireless FPD automatically detects X-ray and sends the image data wirelessly to the laptop computer, which in turn is connected wirelessly to your PACS and DICOM networks.
Integration – Full integration of the Canon system with Shimadzu RADspeed X-ray rooms and Mobile DaRt mobiles.
With the full integration solution, a complete workflow solution is implemented from the worklist, to examination protocol control of the X-ray parameters, exposure, image capture and processing.
In addition, full exposure and dose information is captured and added to the DICOM header of each image for transfer to your PACS system.
Up to 4 flat panels can be supported by each X-ray system with any combination of wireless flat panels being used.
Additionally, panels can be moved from room to room or shared with mobile X-ray machine. For example, each system may have a 35x43cm flat panel and the department may choose to share one 27x35cm panel.
The two batteries provided with each FPD, allow about 140 images to be taken on each battery per charge and the recharge time is 3 hours from empty to full.