Computed Radiography

Fcr Prima Series

A simple reader unit but with proven image quality and product durability.

FCR PRIMA Tm

FCR PRIMA T2

FCR PRIMA II

Fcr Capsula X

A compact system with throughput of up to 72 images per hour, ideal for smaller facilities with variable methenolone enanthate bodybuilding caseloads or remote applications.

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Fcr Capsula Xl II

A single-slot CR system with optionally available 50-micron spatial resolution and the same footprint and throughput as its predecessor the CAPSULA XL.

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Fcr XG 5000 Plus

High throughput for the busiest environments, ideal for centralized imaging and multiple exam rooms.

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Fcr Project Cs Plus

High-throughput FCR reader capable of precise 50-micron resolution imaging for mammography, with dual-side reading technology.

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Console / Workstation

Fvs-1000New

FUJIFILM’s new multifunctional workstation for small animals including equine and bovine.

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Console Advance

The CONSOLE ADVANCE will contribute to a more efficient workflow within the radiology department.

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Fcr Prima Console

From diagnosis to management with a single unit – your multifunctional digital image solution

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Fcr Viewer

All-in-one workstation provides comprehensive radiographic exam functions with desktop convenience.

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Imaging Plate and Cassette

      Recording media for digital diagnostic imaging

Computed radiography uses an imaging plate (IP) instead of film to record X-ray images. The IP contains photostimulable phosphors that store X-ray energy. Scanning the IP releases the energy, producing electronic signals, which are converted to digital values. Barium fluorohalide (BaFX) phosphors in a high-density layer deliver the sensitivity, sharpness and low noise demanded in computed radiographic diagnosis. An IP is inserted in a cassette for X-ray exposure.

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