The VetradPRO Edge* is an affordable quality solution for a variety of veterinary animal & pet care settings that overcomes some of the most common barriers in the use of medical grade digitizers in veterinary applications.
Digitizing medical x-ray film is a science, not an art!
Creating an accurate representation of a medical x-ray film is not the same as making a picture. Therefore, specifications such as DMAX are not useful in a discussion of medical x-ray film digitizers. VIDAR film digitizers are specifically designed for the application of digitizing medical x-ray film. That’s why we specify and test every VIDAR film digitizer for Clinical Optical Density – a measurement that includes analyzing the noise and linearity across the density range of x-ray film.
The VetradPRO Edge features:
- • Excellent image quality and consistency
- • Proven reliability and maintenance-free design
- • Ease of use
- • Sensitivity to veterinary siting and budgetary constraints
The VetradPRO Edge delivers unmatched stability and consistency. With no additional burden placed on staff, veterinary radiologists can be confident that the digitized image is faithful to the hard-copy film and that their diagnoses are based on accurate and complete information. The VetradPRO Edge combines unmatched image quality, superior reliability, compact size and affordable ownership, resulting in the most economical American College of Veterinary Radiology compliant film digitizer on the market.
*This product is not for human use and should not be considered for any setting other than veterinary.
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Film Sizes Nominal Resolution
Pixels (14" x 17" Film)
Line Pairs per mm
1K x 1.25K*Meets or exceeds all American College of Veterinary Radiology Guidelines (2007)
1008 x 1124 339 75 1.5 <14 Seconds2K x 2.5K* 2002 x 2431 169 150 3.0 <14 Seconds4K x 5K 4200 x 5100 85 300 5.8 <28 Seconds8K x 10K 8400 x 10200 42 600 11.8 <56 Seconds Specifications Clinical Optical Density
0.2 - 3.2 (calculation based on noise and linearity to original OD to provide a more consistent measurement for medical veterinary applications)
Optical Density DMAX
4.8 (not a valid measurement for veterinary medical film digitizing, but some office products companies believe it has meaning)
8, 12, and 16-bit output (16-bit ADC)
Width: 7" to 14" (17.8 cm to 35.6 cm) Length: 7" to 17" (17.8 cm to 43.2 cm)
up to 51" (130 cm) can be accommodated in single film mode Thickness: 0.006" to 0.008 (0.15 mm to 0.20 mm)
Single-film or 10-film, mixed size feeders available
"Light Box" loading: head-up, normal reading, left justified
Better than 1% or 2 pixels, whichever is greater, in both axes
Windows® scanning modules and software development tools available
Voltage: 100~240 Vac
Frequency: 50~60 Hz
Power: <48 Watts
60º to 85º F (15º to 30º C), 20% to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
5º to 140º F (-15º to 60º C), 20% to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
Illuminator & Detector
LED Illuminator & CCD detector
Width: 18" (45.7cm)
Height: 23" (58.4cm) – clearance of 26" (66cm) required for 17" (43.2cm) film
Depth with catch basket: 13" (33cm). Unit protrudes 3.5" (8.9cm) in front of counter. Basket hangs 16" (40.6cm) below counter surface. Depth with exit ramp: 17" (43.2cm). Additional space for film exit onto counter.
Shipping: 27-1/4" x 17-1/2" x 15" (69.2cm x 44.5cm x 38.1cm)
Interface USB 2.0 Dimensions 18" W x 23" H (45.7 cm x 58.4 cm) clearance of 26" (66 cm) required for 17" film Weight 22 lbs. (10 kg); shipping weight: 30 lbs. (14 kg) Power Requirements Voltage: 100~240 Vac Frequency: 50~60 Hz Power: <48 Watts
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