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- Rapidly view high-quality digital images
- Easy-to-use system increases patient throughput
- Full-featured, affordable dental solution
  • Compact & Affordable
  • Elegant Design & Streamlined Operation
  • Unmatched Flexibility to Help Your Practice Grow
  • Unique LCD Color Touch Screen Panel
  • Built-in Erase Function
  • Optimized workflow for your practice
  • Rapid, high-quality reading of reusabledental imaging plates
  • Affordable & compact dental solution
  • Easy-to-position bite-wing & intraoralimaging plates
  • Compatible with all intraoral sizes
  • Built-in erase function
Supported IP Sizes Size Standard High
0 (22 x 31 mm) 343 x 484 pixels 628 x 885 pixels
1 (24 x 40 mm) 375 x 625 pixels 685 x 1143 pixels
2 (31 x 41 mm) 484 x 640 pixels 886 x 1171 pixels
3 (27 x 54 mm) 421 x 843 pixels 771 x 1542 pixels
4c (48 x 54 mm) 750 x 843 pixels 1370 x 1542 pixels
Selectable Pixel Size High: 35關m Standard: 64關m
Sampling Pixel Pitch (35關m) 14.3 lp/mm
Readout time 4.1 ~ 7.2 sec
Resolution Data Capture: 16-bits per pixel, 65,000 graytones
Eraser Embedded
System Configuration Tabletop
Interface USB 2.0 high speed (480 Mbps) / Ethernet (100 Mbps)
QuantorDent Imaging Software Image File Formats: DICOM 3.0, TIFF, BMP, JPEG DICOM Send Embedded Viewer
Window Level Multi Frequency Image Processing Zoom, Cropping, Mark
User Defined LUT Supporting Dental Chart and Dentition
Computer workstation minimum requirements Intel Core Duo/Core 2 Processor Min. 80 Gigabytes Hard Disk, 2 Gigabyte RAM
Windows 7 and 8 (32-bit & 64-bit) NetCard (100 MBit), CD/DVD, 2 USB 2.0 ports
Monitor: 1,280x900 pixels, DVI Interface
Power requirements 100 ~ 240V / 50 ~ 60Hz, 30W UPS required
  • Thin, flexible imaging plates with no cables increase patient comfort
  • Imaging plates available in full range of sizes
  • Imaging plates off er 100 percent active area
  • Familiar workflow & accessories that are comparable to film, allowing seamless integration into practice
  • Having a central or local CR unit is more efficient than purchasing one sensor and having to move it between exam rooms
  • Sensors need to be thoroughly cleaned after each use, taking up valuable time and making the sensor unavailable during cleaning