Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas delivers powerful and robust digital radiography solutions that meet the versatile needs of today’s imaging providers. From fixed room to portable units, AeroDR® delivers unique solutions that increase economic value through high uptime and increased productivity. With superb image quality, advanced imaging tools and greater dose efficiency, the AeroDR enhances clinical confidence and patient satisfaction.
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The Konica Minolta AeroDR® HD Flat Panel Detector provides extremely high-definition radiographic imaging with the same recommended dose, housed in a lightweight, durable and highly water-resistant enclosure. AeroDR HD is equally suitable for use on the tray table, in the ER or as part of a tabletop or cross-table exam, equipping you with more visual information to make faster, better patient decisions.
With AeroDR XE you get exams faster with image preview in one second and fully processed images in as little as six seconds. Plus, the panel is compatible with most X-ray devices with the AeroSYNC automatic exposure detection. The panel is easier to position with handy grip strips and the simplest panel to carry because of its lightweight 5.7 lbs design.
With AeroDR LT exams can be performed faster with image preview in one second and fully processed images in as little as six seconds. It is compatible with most X-ray devices with the AeroSync automatic exposure detection. Roaming capabilities allow AeroDR LT to be used and shared between fixed and portable X-ray devices. Handy grip strips make the panel easier to position and its lightweight 5.5 lbs. design makes this FPD simple to handle.
We succeeded in creating a new technology whereby a Csl scintillator is made to contact directly over a TFT sensor panel without any protective layer in between them. This technology has made it possible to guide the light emitted from the scintillator to the photodiode more efficiently and with less noise.