- Large imaging area of 35cm x 43cm
- High resolution with 125 micron pixel pitch
- High sensitivity with Cesium Iodide Scintillator
- Lightweight around 3.4 kg
- Approximately 140 images with a fully charged battery
- Detachable handgrip and grid
- Battery powered
Detector Detector Scintillator & Amorphous Silicon (a-Si) Scintillator Cesium Iodide Pixel Pitch 125 x 125 microns Pixels 2800 x 3408 pixels Imaging Area 14 inches x 17 inches (35 cm x 43 cm) Battery Life Approximately 6.5 hours Recharge Time Less than 3 hours Performance Approximately 140 images (fully charged) (100 second cycle, 1 second sleep) Image Acquisition and Processing Image Processing Standard advanced multi-frequency processing A/D 14-bit Grayscale 4,096 grayscale (12-bit) Preview Image Approximately 3-5 seconds after X-ray exposure Cycle Time Approximately 15 seconds per X-ray exposure Data Output and Network Connection Wireless Standard IEEE 802.11n (5 & 2.4 GHz) Connectivity
DICOM 3.0 compatible, Storage, Print, Modality Worklist, MPPS, and Storage Commitment Electrical and Environmental Operating Environment 41-95°F (5-35°C), 30-80% RH (non-condensing) Physical Characteristics Dimensions (W x L x H) 15 inches x 18 inches x 0.6 inches
(384 mm x 460 mm x 15 mm)
(Detector unit only)
7.5 pounds (3.4 kg)
CXDI-70C Wireless Description
The CXDI-70C Wireless gives you more ﬂexibility whatever your DR application. It is as easy to use as a ﬁlm or CR cassette. With no need for a sensor cable, the system offers all the advantages of high-end digital radiography without the restrictions of traditional systems. The delivery of X-ray images is faster and more precise, enhancing overall efﬁciency and reducing exposure errors. It carries a high-quality X-ray flat panel detector with a pixel pitch of 125 microns. With a high resolution of approximately 11.3 million pixels, the unit can provide a clearer image of areas such as bone parts. The CXDI-70C also uses a Cesium Iodide Scintillator, ensuring the highest performance with minimal patient exposure.
Portability and Flexibility
The CXDI-70C Wireless is very lightweight at less than 8 pounds. It has the same dimensions as a standard ISO 4090 film cassette and fits into existing Bucky trays. A simple generator interface interlocks image acquisition and x-ray exposure. For non-Bucky exposures, a handle unit (sold separately) is available for easier transport and grid attachment. Each individual CXDI-70C Wireless unit can be used in multiple x-ray rooms.
High Resolution and High Sensitivity
With a 125 micron pixel pitch, the CXDI-70C Wireless delivers increased spatial resolution. The high signal-to-noise performance of the Cesium Iodide Scintillator equipped in the unit also helps reduce the X-ray exposure of the patient. Because of its versatility, the CXDI-70C also makes it possible to perform tomography and other exams that require an exposure time of up to 3 seconds.
The CXDI-70C Wireless has a range that can be calibrated for signal strength. Depending where the CXDI-70C Wireless is used, the power can be managed and potential interference can be reduced. Should the wireless connection be lost, the unit will automatically attempt to reconnect to prevent image loss. Acquired images are stored locally in the on-board memory. Once reconnected, the images can be retrieved. Patient demographic data is not transmitted during this process, keeping the images anonymous.
An on-screen preview image is available just 3 seconds after exposure, and an additional monitor (not included) can be added for the immediate viewing of high-resolution images in the emergency department or radiography suite.
The battery lasts up to 6.5 hours and takes less than 3 hours to charge. The battery charger (sold separately) can charge up to 2 batteries at a time so a fresh battery can be continuously available. The control console includes a battery indicator for image count and power level monitoring. Additional batteries (sold separately) are also available.
The CXDI-401C can be used with Canon’s new CXDI Control Software NE with an optimized workﬂow to reduce current operation steps and supportmultiple study acquisition. The software delivers high-resolution images, generator communication* for preset X-ray parameters, provides actual exposure factors and patient dose information in the DICOM header. Three levels of access can be set for various users.
*Certain generators only