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Teledyne DALSA Showcases X-Ray Detector at RSNA '12


WATERLOO, Ontario, Nov. 20 – Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and a global leader in digital image sensing technology, will feature its latest advancements in digital X-ray imaging at the upcoming RSNA 2012 Technical Exhibition, November 25 to 29, 2012 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Teledyne DALSA's latest advances in image sensor technology for medical diagnostics imaging and dental radiography will be on display in North Building - Hall B: Booth #8920.

New Product:

Shad-o-Box 3028HS - Industry's Largest CMOS Dynamic Flat X-Ray Detector: With a 30x28cm (12"x11") field-of-view, 100um pixel resolution and the capability to output 14-bit images at 30fps over a CameraLink (Full) interface, the Shad-o-Box 3028HS detector is designed to meet the imaging requirements of the most demanding X-ray applications. Featuring low-noise readout and high X-ray sensitivity, the remarkable Noise Equivalent Dose performance of this detector allows it to detect the most delicate of features.

Featured Products:

Xineos-1313 - CMOS Dynamic Flat X-ray Detectors for Fluoroscopy and Cone Beam CT: Delivering superior low-dose DQE at 45fps and 100um resolution, Xineos is the industry's first dynamic flat X-ray detector to exceed image intensifier diagnostic image quality performance. With saturation dose choices optimized for various clinical applications and featuring Gigabit Ethernet or high-speed Camera Link connectivity, Xineos also supports lag-free 300fps vertical ROI readout to power frame-based dental panoramic X-ray applications.

Argus - High Resolution Digital Mammography and Cephalometric Scanning detector: Introducing the industry's most cost-effective CCD/TDI X-ray imaging module. Argus provides high resolution and greatly improved DQE for medical applications. With advanced scintillator technology, easy Ethernet connectivity and extremely low noise operation, Argus provides up to 80dB of dynamic range. The Argus family is easily integrated into existing imaging systems thanks to its latest software and imaging tools.

Helios10 MD - Portable CMOS Flat X-ray Detector: Offering superior resolution of 5.2lp/mm, large 20x25cm (8"x10") active image area in a lightweight and portable package, Helios 10 features state-of-the-art Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to laptops or PCs. Helios10 is designed to meet the rigorous imaging requirements for a wide variety of medical applications such as pediatric radiology, tissue biopsy, full-field mammography, general radiography, bone densitometry, and other mobile digital radiography (DR) applications.

"As more markets adopt 3D volume reconstruction techniques, we expect an increased demand for high-resolution dynamic flat X‑ray detectors. Our CMOS technology offers uncompromised image quality at lower dose levels," said Yves Kessener, Senior Product Manager at Teledyne DALSA in Eindhoven. "The Shad-o-Box 3028HS detector offers an extended field-of-view compared to previously available CMOS-detectors, while maintaining leading Noise Equivalent Dose performance. It's quite rewarding to see customers pushing their imaging expectations when using our dynamic CMOS X-ray detectors; they are really reshaping the rules of their game."

About Teledyne DALSA's Life Sciences Products and Services

Teledyne DALSA provides state-of-the-art image sensing, capture and processing solutions to medical, dental and scientific equipment manufacturers. Building on 30 years of proven capability and innovation, our highly skilled team of imaging specialists delivers leading-edge product design. Our manufacturing processes are tailored to comply with the stringent quality, reliability and traceability requirements of the medical and scientific X-ray community.

About Teledyne DALSA, Inc.

Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company, is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and semiconductors with approximately 1,000 employees worldwide, headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1980, the company designs, develops, manufactures and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition to providing MEMS products and services.

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Source: Teledyne DALSA

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