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FUJIFILM FCR CLEARVIEW-1m

The ClearView-1m is designed for lower-volume environments or for in-room installations where high throughput is needed. Yet it still delivers images with the same exceptional high quality as the ClearView-CSm, thanks to Fuji’s advanced imaging techniques and 50-micron pixel sampling.

The ClearView-1m features:

A high-speed CR reader

The ClearView-1m employs a single imaging plate (IP) cassette driver that’s capable of reading standard x-ray IPs in sizes up to 14×17 inches, or images acquired on both 18 x 24cm and 24 x 30cm-sized high resolution HR-BD IPs. The ergonomically-designed single plate unit, together with Fuji’s unique high-speed IP reading technology, will provide a throughput of up to 45 IPs per hour.

Dual side reading with 50-micron sampling

The ClearView-1m‘s dual side reading feature permits captured x-ray information to be read from both sides of the imaging plate (IP) simultaneously. Detective quantum efficiency (DQE) is increased by 100% over standard IPs, resulting in a 50% reduction in noise. And the 50-micron sampling provides spatial resolution of 20 pixels/mm (near 10 lp/mm), delivering clear, crisp images, which are crucial for accurate diagnosis.

Versatile multi-modality capability

Along with high resolution HR-BD IPs, the ClearView-1m also reads standard IPs for general radiographic procedures. This multi-modality feature makes the unit versatile because it’s suitable for digital radiographic applications beyond those for mammography. It can be particularly valuable in an imaging center where a single CR reader can be used to produce high definition digital mammography and general radiographic digital images.

FUJI XG5000

Fuji’s XG5000 high capacity digital x-ray system is a cassette stacker that can process up to 165 IPs/hour, making it ideal for high volume environments like Main Departments or Trauma where quick image availability is critical. Featuring an independent cassette driver system for redundancy and a small footprint for flexible siting, the XG5000 is configurable with either a Flash Lite IIP for exam room placement or with a Flash Plus IIP, which features a high-resolution monitor and premium image processing tools for advanced QA.

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ClearView-CSm

This high-capacity system is ideal for any environment where visualization of fine details is critical. With a throughput of up to 80 imaging plates per hour, the ClearView-CSm is fast enough for the busiest departments. It also features an independent cassette driver system for redundancy and a small footprint for flexible siting.

The ClearView-CSm employs a four imaging plate (IP) driver that’s capable of reading standard x-ray IPs in sizes up to 14×17 inches, or images acquired on both 18 x 24cm and 24 x 30cm-sized high resolution HR-BD IPs. The ergonomically-designed multi-plate unit, together with Fuji’s unique high-speed IP reading technology, will provide a throughput of up to 20 screening exams per hour.1 Even the busiest departments can meet their workflow demands with this system.The ClearView-CSm employs a four imaging plate (IP) driver that’s capable of reading standard x-ray IPs in sizes up to 14×17 inches, or images acquired on both 18 x 24cm and 24 x 30cm-sized high resolution HR-BD IPs. The ergonomically-designed multi-plate unit, together with Fuji’s unique high-speed IP reading technology, will provide a throughput of up to 20 screening exams per hour.1 Even the busiest departments can meet their workflow demands with this system.

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ClearView-CS

The ClearView-CS is the first high capacity digital x-ray system to feature dual-side reading technology for premium imaging applications. The ClearView-CS is ideal for any environment where visualization of fine details is critical, such as extremity or pediatric work. And with a throughput of up to 165 IPs/hour, is robust enough for the busiest departments. Like the XG5000, the ClearView-CS features an independent cassette driver system for redundancy and a small footprint for flexible siting. The ClearView-CS is configured with the Flash Plus IIP console, including a high resolution monitor and sophisticated QC software for advanced QA requirements.

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FCR Go™

The FCR Go is the first portable digital x-ray system to provide remote users with all of the same functionality and sophisticated image processing features available at the fixed technologist workstation. All of the image optimization and advanced image processing features of Fujifilm’s Flash IIP are accessible to the technologist right at the portable console so that image review as well as image reprocessing can be performed quickly and easily at the patient bedside, optimizing image quality while minimizing repeat exams and return trips.

With the unmistakable convenience of Fujifilm’s lightweight cassettes, the FCR Go offers clear advantages over other portable digital systems which use a tethered detector. The FCR Go has the flexibility to be used in nearly every imaging environment including the operating room and neonatal. Its sleek, compact design and smart drive system also makes the FCR Go very easy to maneuver.

Additionally, this portable system accommodates a wireless or hardwired connection to a facility’s network, so the patient worklist is always available from the RIS/HIS and images can be transmitted to PACS immediately following study completion for quicker interpretation.

Laser Printers 

DryPix 5000 Dry Laser Image

Outstanding Performance with the Convenience of 110-Volt Power

With the addition of DryPix 5000 to the DryPix family of dry imagers Fujifilm has provided a worthy successor to the DryPix FM-DP L. The DryPix 5000 is the ideal imager for centralized imaging departments or multi-slice CT applications needing the flexibility of 110-volt power. The backup security, unrivalled image quality, networkability and lowest cost of ownership make the DryPix 5000 an exciting new addition to the DryPix family.DryPix 5000 has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for use with Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) devices. Offering high (50-micron) resolution and (3.60) maximum density capability, the DryPix 5000 imager with DI-HL film ensures the highest quality images demanded by FFDM.

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Laser Printers 

DryPix 5000 Dry Laser Image

Outstanding Performance with the Convenience of 110-Volt Power

With the addition of DryPix 5000 to the DryPix family of dry imagers Fujifilm has provided a worthy successor to the DryPix FM-DP L. The DryPix 5000 is the ideal imager for centralized imaging departments or multi-slice CT applications needing the flexibility of 110-volt power. The backup security, unrivalled image quality, networkability and lowest cost of ownership make the DryPix 5000 an exciting new addition to the DryPix family.DryPix 5000 has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for use with Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) devices. Offering high (50-micron) resolution and (3.60) maximum density capability, the DryPix 5000 imager with DI-HL film ensures the highest quality images demanded by FFDM.

DryPix 4000 

Premium Image Quality from a Compact Imager

The DryPix 4000 is a dry laser imager which combines the high quality and performance of Fuji’s centralized imagers, with an extremely compact design and convenient 110 volt power, making it ideal for small centralized departments that do not need the ultra-high speed and throughput of DryPix 5000 or 7000. The DryPix 4000 has excellent throughput between 110 and 160 films per hour. Like the DryPix 5000 and 7000, this unit also features 50-micron high resolution printing. It accommodates all common film sizes, and has an optional second film drawer and top-mounted 4-bin film sorter. An internal DICOM print server with Windows XP operating system allows the DryPix 4000 to operate with high performance in environments where space is at a premium.

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