Konica Minolta AeroDR Direct Radiography Family

Robust DR You Can Rely On !

With the latest Konica AeroDR3 direct radiography flat panel detector released, 100 micron resolution in 14×17” wireless DR panel is now a reality.

Konica Minolta Aero Super HD

What makes the Konica Minolta AeroDR direct radiography flat panel detector family unique is its robust design, with a monocoque body from carbon fibre and the absence of Lithium Ion batteries. Lithium Ion batteries only typically have 300-500 charge cycles before they begin to degrade. The Konica AeroDR family use a unique technology called a Lithium Ion capacitor, with this allowing 7000-10,000 charge cycles, or essentially for the life of the panel. Lithium Ion batteries for DR are an expensive exercise to replace, something you will never have to do with a Konica Minolta DR panel.

With the Realism software algorithms, image quality is outstanding. With a range 3 different panel sizes from 10×12”, 14×17” and 17×17” the Konica Minolta system can cater for all needs, in clinic or mobile. Auto-detect for x-ray means you are not tied to any particular x-ray machine. With waterproof ratings and no battery cavity, you can have peace of mind about the longevity of these outstanding panels. The University of Adelaide chose to fit out their Equine Health and Performance Centre with the Konica Minolta panels and have not looked back.

With a range of resolution options, there is a price point for everyone. Back it with ARO Systems service, our Vet DICOM Cloud Service and you have a winning combination.
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Cassette

A light-proof housing for x-ray film, containing front and back intensifying screens, between which the film is placed and held during exposure. Although it is usual to have two screens, there may be only one where there is a special need for a high detail picture.

Cassettes are also used in Computed Radiography (CR) Systems but holding an Imaging Plate (IP) instead of film. In this case we will refer to this as the cassette or cassette shell.

See “Imaging Plate” and “Computed Radiography