Digital Radiography Dynamic and Static Imaging System World’s first Portable Dynamic & Static Sensor, a true 3 in 1 concept
- One detector for fluoroscopy and serial imaging
- 35cm x 43cm imaging area
- Cesium lodide (CsI) and amorphous silicon (a-Si)
- 160 micron pixel pitch
- 5,9 mega pixels Resolution
- Up to 30 fps
- Removable detector for free positioning
- Active air cooling system on the docking station
- Multiple system configurations enabled
- Newly developed RF Control Software for advance image processing and all DICOM functions
Take a more detailed look into Canon CXDI-50RF
Our 3 in 1 is all you need
Canon launched the CXDI-11, the world’s first static-image DR system, in 1998, and since that time has introduced nine generations of flat panel technology with a variety of products, including general DR sensors for use in upright stands, universal stands and imaging tables, as well as portable DR sensors. Now, with the development of its new CXDI-50RF system, Canon makes its crossover to the dynamic imaging market. A true 3 in 1 concept!
Building on the outstanding image quality and speed of the CXDI series for radiography, Canon developed a compact, lightweight DR system capable of both viewing moving images and capturing static X-ray images.
By continually improving the performance of DR systems that combine dynamic-image viewing and static image capture while also enhancing the company’s overall DR system lineup indicates that Canon will further expand the market.
Detachable Cable Convenience
The CXDI-50RF offers the benefits of true portability with a detachable sensor cable for time-effective transport and simple installation.
Results in a few moments
A static on-screen preview image is available in just 3 seconds after exposure. If another exposure is required, the detector will be ready in seconds thanks to its fast refresh cycle. Serial imaging is done with 5 to 30 frames per second depending on imaging area and binning of pixels or low dose fluoroscopy is possible when the medical protocol requires.
MLT(S) Image Processing
MLT(S) image processing utilizes multi frequencies to emphasize on details and edges. In combination with the appropriate dynamic range and Canon’s advanced noise reduction processing images show subtle details like lung tissue or trabecular bone structure together with soft tissue in high diagnostic accuracy. These parameters can be preset in our dedicated body parts for repeatability and adjusted post-acquisition for variances in diagnostic requirements
Canon’s Lanmit® Technology
Amorphous Silicon (a-Si) Flat Panel Sensor (LANMIT®) consists of a precision amorphous silicon metal-insulator semiconductor (MIS) sensor and Thin Film Transistor (TFT) array. LANMIT® flat panel sensors produce a highly stable output signal. The result is a family of reliable and durable sensors that provide the highest quality images without the time and costs involved with film or cassette handling. A 14-bit analog-to-digital conversion process converts the raw image to digital form producing a high-resolution, high-contrast 4,096 grayscale image.
Seamless Network Integration
Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base T connectivity with DICOM 3.0 compatibility enables seamless data transfer to any DICOM hard copy output device, PACS, or HIS/RIS for efficient printing, archiving, and remote viewing of images. The system complies with IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) standards for interoperability to ensure easy, effective integration with the hospital network.