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Medical Imaging Camera

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Through its Rad-icon Imaging division, Dalsa Corp. is offering the Helios10 MD camera with an active sensing area of 20 x 25 cm. The CMOS x-ray panel is housed in a custom-molded medical-grade cassette package with an integrated handle and is suitable for use in full-field digital mammography, general radiography, bone densitometry and other mobile digital radiography applications. Pixel size is 96 µm. The active-pixel CMOS photodiode array consists of more than 5 million pixels that convert light emitted by the integrated scintillator screen into electrical signal. The detector’s low-noise 14-bit digital output produces crisp, sharp images. Features include a Gigabit Ethernet interface, proprietary fiber optic technology that increases sensor lifetime and enhances detective quantum efficiency at energies of up to 160 peak kilovoltage, and power consumption of <10 W.

Mar 2010

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