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X-VS intraoral sensor with X-Visus HD technology

X-VS intraoral sensor with X-Visus HD technology

Made-to-measure sensor
X-VS - X-ViSUS HD technology allows users to choose between two sensor sizes; these make it more adaptable to the dimensions of the patient’s oral cavity. Outstanding positioning comfort thanks to ergonomic sensors with rounded corners; high performance thanks to compact design and a maximised active area. X-VS - X-ViSUS HD technology also ensures dentists/assistants to remain alongside patients, allowing uninterrupted communication with them.
Latest-generation HD sensor
4-layer sensor with an additional protective layer to provide sharp, high-contrast images. Caesium Iodide (Csl) scintillator made up of column-like micro-structures that preserve image quality; it first intercepts the X-ray beam and converts it into visible light. The Fibre Optics Plate (a layer of fibre optics) collimates the radiation onto the sensor and protects it against direct X-ray penetration. The high definition (CMOS HD) acquisition device and on-board electronics convert the light into a digital image with 16,384 grey levels.

RXDC high frequency X-Ray unit

RXDC high frequency X-Ray unit

Ergonomics and reliability. With its ergonomic design, the RXDC offers simplicity and reliability thanks to solid extruded aluminium arms with an integrated self-balancing system. The protractor with graduated scale allows easy positioning.
User-friendly control. The RXDC is equipped with a simple, user-friendly handheld device. This is used to select the most suitable programme and ensure perfect X-ray acquisition.
High definition, minimum dose. The RXDC increases X-ray parallelism: thanks to the incorporated collimator the RXDC can achieve a source-to-skin gap of 30 cm.
Maximum versatility and mobility. The RXDC is now even more practical and versatile, wall-mounted with 6 variable positions - 3 extensions available in the following lengths: 40, 60 and 90 cm - or, thanks to the cart, it can easily be moved around for use in different areas of the surgery.
Collimator cones. An embedded collimator cone gives a source-to-skin distance of 30 cm. The optional rectangular cone further reduces the body area exposed to X-rays.