ImagePilot is a new generation CR System that dramatically simplifies CR image acquisition to the push of a button. This is possible with AutoPilot Image Processing which automates the image optimization process with universal algorithm independent of body site information. The AutoPilot feature creates high quality images everytime regardless of the body part, size or type.
In addition, ImagePilot pioneers the true meaning of an integrated digital radiography system, as it combines CR acquisition, patient registration, image viewing and storage in one easy to use and maintain system. These advance features of ImagePilot CR eliminates the need for a separate PACS.
A Complete Solution for Veterinary Digital Radiography!
ImagePilot CR includes:
• Patient Registration
• One click image acquisition—AutoPilot
• Image Review with annotation and measurement tools
• CD/DVD burning for distribution and archiving of exams
• Diagnostic report and referral option
• Local image storage with backup and remote storage options
• Optional client stations for image review in exam rooms or for patient registration
Cutting Edge Nano CR Reader
• Superior image quality
• User serviceability
- Cassette release handle to remove jammed cassette—no service call necessary
- Optical unit “sweeper” for cleaning CR optics and maintaining image quality
• Unique maglev linear motor technology increased reliability and longer life
• Does not require changes to the X-Ray Room. Simply use the CR cassettes instead of Film cassettes.
- Additional Information
Direct Digitizer REGIUS MODEL 110
Exposure size 14 x 17", 14 x 14", 11 x 14", 10 x 12", 8 x 10", 18 x 24 cm, 24 x 30 cm, 15 x 30 cm
Processing Capability 60 plates per hour (14 x 17")
Digital Gradation Level 4,096 levels (12 bit grayscale output)
Cycle Time 59 seconds
Outer Dimensions/Weight W29.1" x D14.4" x H29.4" / Approximately 220 lbs.
Direct Digitizer REGIUS MODEL 110
Hardware Specifications IBM PC Intel Core 2 Duo 2.13GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, and 500GB x 2 Hard Drives with RAID 1 kit, 21" 2MP or 24" 2.3MP Color Monitor, Built-in CD/DVD burner Storage Capacity 500GB configuration: 25,000 to 77,000 images Optional extended archive: additional NAS more than doubles online storage capacity (actual number of images depends on image sizes used in exams) Image Input Nano CR (REGIUS 110) Reader Import DICOM or JPEG images from media (CD, DVD and USB drive) Image Output DICOM Print, up to 4 destinations (optional) Windows printing on paper Export JPEG images to media (CD, DVD and USB drive) Export images to CD/DVD in DICOM PDI format with Viewer DICOM Store to PACS, up to 4 destinations (optional) Export multiple patients to one CD/DVD (optional) Diagnostic Report Tool Create reports or referral letters (optional) (referral requires Microsoft Word) Image Processing AutoPilot Image Processing with body-site-independent algorithms and self learning of image adjustments by user Onsite Disaster Recovery Optional NAS backup of the hard drive and extended storage NAS Client Stations Maximum of ten clients connected with maximum of four clients running concurrently ImagePilot CR Client Specifications Hardware Specs IBM PC Pentium IV 2.66GHZ, 1GB RAM and 160GB HD with Built-in CD/DVD burner, 21" 2MP or 24" 2.3MP Color Monitor (specifications subject to change) Software ImagePilot Client software - accesses data from the Imaging Station Software Only Option Minimum Hardware/OS Requirements: PC–Pentium IV 2.66GHZ or higher, 1GB RAM, 160GB HD and CD/DVD RW Microsoft Windows XP Pro and Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or higher. Color Monitor with at-least 1280 x 1024 screen resolution. More Information Revolutionary CR With AutoPilot Image Processing
AutoPilot Image Processing is based on a simple but innovative technique that works off the fact that bone provides the most stable and consistent x-ray response of any anatomy. By establishing the density value of the anatomy around a fixed bone density, the entire image can be processed using one universal algorithm. This patented technique eliminates the need for the user to define and select image processing for each body part and orientation. AutoPilot image processing also learns the user preference, and applies these adjustments to refine the image quality of future images.
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