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CXDI-501C Digital Radiography System

Digital Detectors

Features

  • High Resolution and High Sensitivity
    With a 125 micron pixel pitch, the CXDI-501C Digital Radiography (DR) System delivers exceptional spatial resolution. The high sensitivity of the Cesium Iodide (CsI) scintillator helps reduce the X-ray exposure to the patient. The maximum 3 second exposure time allows this digital detector to be used with tomography equipment and for other exams that may require an exposure time of up to 3 seconds.

  • True Portability with Detachable Cable
    Weighing less than 7 pounds, either the patient or the x-ray technician may comfortably hold the CXDI-501C DR System in place during image capture. The built-in groove in the detector also helps maneuver the detachable cable easily.

  • CXDI Control Software NE
    The CXDI-501C Digital Radiography System uses the Canon CXDI Control Software NE. The software gives a wide range of selections and images can be taken within three touches. An on-screen preview image is available 3 seconds after exposure. The image processing shows subtle details of trabecular bone structure and soft tissue in the same image. For more information, visit our CXDI Control Software NE webpage.

  • Printers and Projectors
    If your imaging requirements include color or black-and-white prints in a variety of sizes, Canon printers offer a terrific blend of print quality, ease-of-use, speed, and cost-effective operation. For teaching facilities and conference rooms, Canon's high quality projectors provide LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon) technology, which is engineered to provide exceptional color, intricate details, and easy-to-read type.

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