The optimal combination of the AeroDR detector, using a Konica Minolta CsI scintillator, combined with the newly developed low noise readout circuitry delivers excellent DQE (Detective Quantum Efficiency). This makes the AeroDR highly effective in reducing exposure dose.
The AeroDR flat panel detector can not only be shared between X-ray rooms and portable radiography systems but also our unique auto-stitching system.
The mask unit's moving slit scans the light exposure field and detects the upper and lower edge of the field. The system then automatically determines the number of exposures and each position in just 5 seconds. This is much shorter than alternative DR stitching systems. This unique mask unit can dramatically reduce the time it takes to complete stitching exams and the risk of movement artefacts and significantly improve the technologist’s workflow.
During the auto-stitching process the alignment of the panel and the X-ray beam through the specialized AeroDR slit mechanism is automatically realised for each study. The X-ray tube remains stationary throughout the entire study and acquired images are automatically transferred to the CS-7 console after acquisition. After the exposure is complete, an automatically stitched image appears on the display of the CS-7 console in just 18 seconds or less.