Canon CXDI 80C Wireless

With 6.1 megapixels, the compact CXDI-80C Wireless Digital Radiography (DR) System has high resolution and is highly sensitive with 125 microns, reducing x-ray exposure to the patient.

Weighing 5.1 pounds, the cassette size detector has an approximate 11 x 14 inch imaging area. The digital detector is useful for a wide range of patients, including infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), critically ill patients or patients with limited mobility, in wheelchairs or who require bedside care.

High Resolution and High Sensitivity ~ With a 125 micron pixel pitch, the CXDI-80C Wireless Digital Radiography (DR) System delivers exceptional spatial resolution. The high sensitivity of the Cesium Iodide (CsI) scintillator helps reduce the X-ray exposure to the patient. The maximum 3 second exposure time allows this digital detector to be used with tomography equipment and for other exams that may require an exposure time of up to 3 seconds.
Portable and Flexible ~ The CXDI-80C Wireless DR System may be used in multiple x-ray rooms. Simply "check in" the digital detector in the computer. The Infrared (IR) Communication module makes it easy to switch detectors amongst the systems. For easier transport, an optional handle is available.
Wireless Range ~ The CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System has a range that can be calibrated for signal strength. Depending upon the room in which the CXDI-80C Wireless is used, the power can be managed and potential interference can be reduced. Should the wireless connection be lost, the unit will automatically attempt to reconnect and to prevent image loss. Acquired images are stored locally in the on-board memory. Once reconnected, the images can be retrieved. Patient demographic data is not transmitted via wireless keeping the images anonymous. An optional wiring unit allows images to be transferred from a panel mounted in a Bucky to the control computer over hard wire.
Battery ~ The battery lasts up to 6.5 hours and takes less than 3 hours to charge. The battery charger (sold separately) can charge up to 2 batteries at a time so a fresh battery can be continuously available. The control console includes a battery indicator for image count and power level monitoring. Additional batteries (sold separately) are also available
CXDI Control Software NE ~ The CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System uses the Canon CXDI Control Software NE. The intuitive operation of this software gives a wide range of selections directly from the main menu and yet images can be taken within three touches. The CXDI Control Software NE also has advanced image processing that shows the subtle details of trabecular bone structure and soft tissue in the same image. For more information, visit the Canon CXDI Control Software NE webpage.
Method Cassette Size Detector, Scintillator & Amorphous Silicon (a-Si)
Scintillator Csl (Csl: TI)
Sensor LANMIT (Large Area New-MIS sensor and TFT)
Pixel Pitch 125 Microns
Pixels 2,192 x 2,800 Pixels (6.1 Megapixels)
Imaging Area Approximately 11 x 14 in (27.4 x 35 cm)
Standard Configuration Sensor Unit, X-Ray Interface Box, Battery Charger, Detector Check-In Unit, Wireless Access Point (Including A/C Power)
Life Approximately 6.5 Hours
Recharge Time Less Than 3 Hours
Performance Approximately 140 Images (@100 Second Cycle, 1 Second Sleep)
Image Acquisition and Processing
Image Processing Standard Advanced Multi-Frequency Processing
A/D 14-bit
Grayscale 4,096 Grayscale (12-bit)
Preview Image Approximately 3 Seconds After X-ray Exposure
Cycle Time Approximately 5 Seconds After X-ray Exposure
Data Output and Network Connection
Wireless Standard IEEE 802.11n (2.4 & 5.0 GHz)
DICOM DICOM 3.0 Compatible, Storage, Print, Modality Worklist, MPPS, and Storage Commitment
Electrical and Environmental
Operating Environment Sensor Unit: 41-95F (5-35C), Humidity 30-80% RH (non-condensing)
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions (W x L x H) 12.1 x 15.1 x 0.6 in (307 x 384 x 15 mm)(Detector unit only)
Weight 5.1 lbs (2.3 kg) (with battery)

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