Radlink unveiled a new family of hardware and software products that follow the lead paved by the company’s flagship CR Pro at the 93rd annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago last month.
The CR Pro utilizes sealed fiber-optic laser technology to obtain high-resolution, high-quality digital x-ray images. Each of its three new CR Pro machines is designed for a specific profile.
The CR Pro 2000 features a top-quality CR reader to serve two markets: the OEM market, for use as a CR appliance with digital radiography; and end users with smaller budgets, for distributed applications. The CR Pro 2000 is engineered with an upgrade path that provides all of the capabilities of the entire Radlink family of imaging systems.
The CR Pro 2100 is Radlink’s core CR product, based on a proprietary “sealed fiber optics” design that maximizes transfer efficiency in private physician offices where low-power x-ray equipment is common. The machine is a self-contained system that requires less maintenance.
The CR Pro 2200 is suitable for practices that need to store images in a secure, HIPAA-compliant database for future access. Rather than requiring practices to invest in a PACS, the CR Pro 2200 bundles a robust PACS with up to 10 terabytes of secure storage inside a self-contained Radlink CR system with image quality and speed that equals any other CR system available.