By staff writers
February 22, 2017

Canon will be presenting a range of new digital radiography (DR) and healthcare IT products at next week's ECR 2017 in Vienna.

The company will be highlighting three new flat-panel detectors: CXDI-410C Wireless, CXDI-710C Wireless, and CXDI-810C Wireless. Although they are not yet available in Europe, the detectors employ a new carbon fiber housing that reduces weight, increases durability, and improves water resistance, according to the vendor. In addition, the detectors include a "ready push-button" for manual image selections and a built-in memory that can store up to 99 images, Canon said.

Canon will also be emphasizing DelftDI Trauma DR Plus, a DR room suitable for use in trauma and emergency care. Trauma DR Plus features a large display, RIS-integrated workflow, and manual positioning with motorized support for Z-movement, the company said. In addition, Canon will showcase its DelftDI Mobile DR battery-powered digital radiography system and its DelftDI Zillion PACS software.

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