Canon CXDI 50C

A Revolutionary Portable DR Solution Providing Unmatched Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Versatility

Discover the CXDI-50C, a portable, lightweight DR system that provides fast, high quality, filmless image capture for a wide range of radiographic applications.

Featuring Canon’s advanced flat panel detector technology with an incorporated Cesium Iodide scintillator for higher X-ray absorption, the highly sensitive system delivers better images, faster, and with lower X-ray doses than conventionally required.
It has a 14 x 17- inch imaging area and weighs only 10.6 lbs.

Portable and Compact ~ Less than an inch thick and weighs only 10.6 pounds
Large Imaging Area ~ 14 x 17 inches
Immediate Viewing ~ Preview images within a few seconds of exposure
Quick Refreshment Cycle ~ Ready for next exposure in 15 seconds
High Resolution ~ 160 micron, 6 million pixels and 4,096 shades of gray
4 PACS, & 4 print destinations (2 each simultaneous)
Standard Connectivity ~ Ethernet 10/100 base T
Purpose General radiography
Method Scintillator + Amorphous Silicon (a-Si) sensor
Sensor LANMIT 7 (large area new-MIS sensor & TFT)
Grid Attachable (Canon CXDI grid)
Pixels 2,208 x 2,688 pixels (5.9million pixels)
Pixel pitch 160 x 160 microns
Image size Automatic sizing up to 14 x17 inches
A/D 14-bit
Grayscale 4,096 (12-bit) grayscale
Preview image Approx. 3-5 seconds after x-ray exposure (Actual times may vary due to various factors.)
Interface DICOM 3.0, Ethernet 10/100 Base T
DICOM DICOM 3.0 compatible
  • Print Management Service Class (SCU)
  • Storage Service Class (SCU) (JPEG transfer syntax available)
Voltage 100V, 120V, 230/240V(50/60Hz)
Storage 40 GB (approx. 3,000 images) can be stored in Control PC.
Power consumption 200VA maximum
Operating environment Sensor unit: 41°- 95° F, 30-75% RH (non-condensing)
Certification FDA 510(k), FCC Class A, UL 2601-1, EN60601, CE 0197
Dimensions, weight 19.3 x 18.8 x 0.9 inches, 10.6 lbs
Standard Components Sensor unit, power box, remote switch, x-ray interface cable

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