RSNA: Canon touts wireless DR systems

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Canon (Booth 208) is showing its wireless digital detector suite at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, Nov. 28 to Dec. 3.

The CXDI-70C wireless flat panel detector is a cassette-size digital radiography system that eliminates the sensor cable to enable handling similar to current film-cassette X-ray systems, said the Lake Success, N.Y.-based company. The model’s 35 x 43cm effective imaging area offers the same dimensions as current film cassette models.

Canon has added to the RadPro positioner family with RadPro D2RS. The three-in-one imaging product incorporates the CXDI-50RF digital detector to provide digital remote-controlled fluoroscopy and radiography imaging capabilities for high-volume facilities. The CXDI-50RF can take up to 30 fps for fluoroscopy imaging and multi-frame radiographic imaging up to 15 fps, according to Canon. The sensor unit can be used in multiple rooms or multiple locations within the same room.