If you were searching for an extremely convenient medium to achieve digital workflow and faster quality images with almost feather-like dimensions, then here’s something you should have a glimpse over. Konica Minolta has just strengthened its lineup by unveiling the latest AeroDR wireless digital radiography system that not only delivers breakthrough in performance, but also touts to feature the lightest framework.
Enclosed neatly in a figure that measures just 2.9kg with internal battery lugged, the device lends support to wireless operations and brings forth high quality diagnostic images with utmost ease. In fact, the sleek AeroDR renders optimum performance with almost half the amount of radiation exposure as compared to those customary, conventional CR imaging.
Claimed to be the world’s lightest system in radiography, AeroDR also integrates a Cesium Iodide scintillator along with the newly devised low-noise readout ICs – enabling the device to offer high detective quantum efficiency even at a low dose. What’s more, the digital radiography system even enables users to describe the skin line pretty accurately when the radiographic conditions tend to change along the way.
Featuring compatibility with ‘Shared FPD Solution’, the X-ray room ready equipment catches attention for its unique Control Station CS-7. By taking advantage of which, Konica’s latest model can seamlessly control X-ray generators and the company’s existing CR range. So basically, there won’t be any exigency of operating the X-ray console in order to bring adjustments to X-ray exposure conditions.
The sturdy yet powerful AeroDR wireless digital radiography system, however, is yet to receive some official details on its pricing as well as availability. Since there’s a slew of great functions deeply embedded, a somewhat ‘heavy’ price tag is what we’re anticipating. Nevertheless, let’s just time reveal the all.