Low MOQ for Agfa X Ray Film - HQ-760DY Dry Imager – Huq

Low MOQ for Agfa X Ray Film - HQ-760DY Dry Imager – Huq

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It is the one and only domestically engineered medical dry thermal imager.  The HQ-DY series Dry Imager uses the latest direct dry thermal imaging technology which accommodates for a full range of applications, including CT, MR, DSA and US, as well as CR/DR applications for GenRad, Mammography, Orthopaedics, Dental Imaging and more. The HQ-Series Dry Imager dedicates to precision in diagnosis with its outstanding image quality, and offers affordable imaging catering to your needs.

- Supports Mammography
- Dry thermal technology
- Daylight load film cartridges
- Double tray, supports 4 film sizes
- Speed printing, higher efficiency
- Economical, stable, reliable
- Compact design, easy installation
- Straight forward operation, user-friendly

Usage

The HQ-DY series dry imager is a medical imaging output device. It is engineered to achieve its optimal performance when used with HQ-brand medical dry films. Different from the old method of film processors, our dry imager can be operated under daylight condition. With the elimination of chemical liquid, this thermal dry printing technology is significantly more environmentally friendly. However, to ensure the quality of output image, please keep away from heat source, direct sunlight, and acid and alkaline gas such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, sulfur dioxide, and formaldehyde, etc.

Specifications

Print Technology

Direct thermal (dry, daylight-load film)

Spatial Resolution

508dpi (20pixels/mm)

Grayscale Contrast Resolution

14 bits

Film Tray

Two supply trays, 200-sheet capacity total

Film Sizes

8’’×10’’, 10’’×12’’, 11’’×14’’, 14’’×17’’

Applicable film

Medical Dry Thermal Film (blue or clear base)

Interface

10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45)

Network Protocol

Standard DICOM 3.0 connection

Image Quality

Automatic calibration using built-in densitometer

Control Panel

Touch Screen, Online Display, Alert, Fault and Active

Power Supply

100-240VAC  50/60Hz  600W

Weight

50Kg

Operating Temperature

5℃-35℃

Storage Humidity

30%-95%

Storage Temperature

-22℃-50℃


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Low MOQ for Agfa X Ray Film - HQ-760DY Dry Imager – Huq detail pictures

Low MOQ for Agfa X Ray Film - HQ-760DY Dry Imager – Huq detail pictures

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