By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

November 13, 2006 -- Digitizer firm Array USA has incorporated new upgrades for its 2905 laser film digitizer.

The system can now use a USB connection to the host PC instead of its traditional SCSI connection, according to the Hampton, NH-based firm. In addition, Array said it has improved the serviceability of the unit, simplified the location of the H-Sync sensor, and consolidated its electronics section.

In other Array news, the company has rolled out its MammoPro digitizer. The system is designed as a complement to full-field digital mammography systems, and allows users to import prior mammograms for comparison purposes, Array said.

It employs a laser light source and scans an 18 x 24-inch film in 30 seconds at 50-micron resolution. MammoPro incorporates an autofeeder, host PC, and application software in a single form; users can also utilize touch-screen controls, Array said.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 13, 2006

Array unveils Array 2908 MammoPro, August 4, 2006

Array introduces Ipanema CR system, November 4, 2005

Array adds DICOM mammo support, July 27, 2005

Array scores R2 contract, January 13, 2005

Array adds distributors, October 4, 2004

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