Fujifilm FDR D-EVO
Dependable digital detectors in the configurations you need
Fujifilm’s original FDR D-EVO digital radiography (DR) detectors offer cost-effective DR without compromising speed, dose savings, image quality or flexibility. Available in six models and multiple scalable configurations, so you can select the flat panel x-ray detector that fits your needs every time.
For small anatomy and exams that require lower dose, the 24x30cm CsI (C24i) produces detailed, high-resolution images with unbelievable dose efficiency.
When maximum field of view is necessary, rely on Fujifilm’s 17×17″ digital detectors, available in cesium or gadolinium.
Fujifilm’s CsI DR detectors combine the inherent dose efficiency benefits of cesium with Fujifilm’s patented ISS technology to deliver ultra-sharp images with increased detail and low noise. Available in 24x30cm, 14×17″ and 17×17″ sizes.
Fujifilm’s gadolinium digital x-ray detectors are lightweight, highly durable and cost-effective. Using Fujifilm’s proprietary ISS technology, FDR D-EVO GOS detectors offer exceptional images, with high DQE that compares to the performance of conventional cesium detectors. Available in 14×17″ and 17×17″ sizes.
- Light! At only 6 pounds, the D-EVO is the lightest flat panel detector on the market making it more comfortable for technologists and for patients.
- THIN! Only 1/2 inch thick, making it easy for the technologists to slide the detector easily under patients
- Impressive Speed! 5 second Image preview and a 10 second cycle times help a busy environment improve productivity and offer a faster patient turnaround!
- Easy to use! Ability to off-center anywhere on the detector allows fast and easy positioning for trauma, pediatric and challenging imaging in general
- Impressive Image Quality! Fujifilm’s 14 X 17″ FPD with patented ISS technology (Irradiation Side Sampling) provides sharp, well-balanced images for consistent, highest quality imaging
- Detachable cord allows for flexible positioning and streamlined workflow. Ideal for stretcher and wheelchair imaging as well as cross table laterals