DALSA unveils new DR panel

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

December 14, 2009 -- Canadian digital imaging developer DALSA introduced at this year's RSNA meeting its Helios10 MD flat-panel digital radiography (DR) detector.

Helios10 MD is part of the company's Helios family and has an active area of 20 x 25 cm. It is the company's first digital x-ray panel based on complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology in this size and form factor, and it comes in a medical-grade cassette package with an integrated handle.

The panel is optimized for medical imaging up to 160 kVp for a variety of applications such as full-field digital mammography, general radiography, bone densitometry, and other mobile DR applications, according to the Waterloo, Ontario-based firm.

The panel weighs less than 3 kg and can be positioned with one hand. Other features include a GigE interface that connects to laptops, a low-noise active-pixel CMOS sensor, and 14-bit digitization and fiber-optic technology.

DALSA launches image processor, December 1, 2009

DALSA unveils new sensors, November 26, 2008

DALSA debuts High Quanta sensors, December 6, 2007

DALSA receives CMOS order, November 6, 2007

DALSA debuts new DR camera at RSNA, November 26, 2006

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