Konica Minolta introduces new AeroDR detector at RSNA

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
December 1, 2013

Konica Minolta Medical Imaging has introduced its AeroDR 10 x 12-inch wireless digital radiography (DR) detector at RSNA 2013 in Chicago.

The new plate is ideal for sites seeking a smaller and lighter wireless flat panel for use in general x-ray and specialty applications, according to Konica Minolta.

The detector fits most bassinets in the newborn intensive care unit and can be used with major portable x-ray systems from various manufacturers, the company added. In addition to most standard digital imaging requirements, the plate can be used for cross-table, extremity, and sunrise patella views with a high tolerance to patient weight loading.

The new plate is similar to the AeroDR 14 x 17-inch and 17 x 17-inch plates in that images appear on the console display in less than two seconds and it has the same lithium ion capacitor.

Shipments have already started, Konica Minolta said.

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