X-Ray detector and sensor
The Xineos-1515 flat X-Ray detector by Teledyne Dalsa is designed for medical diagnostics and features a switch saturation dose for technicians as well as an extended Field of View (FOV).
Teledyne Dalsa's Xineos-1515 flat X-Ray detector is designed for real time, low dose medical diagnostics. The Xineos-1515 features Teledyne Dalsa’s next generation CMOS image sensor technology and has high sensitivity and high dynamic range operational modes from a single detector. The detector features a pixel with 99μm resolution and a switchable saturation dose where X-Ray technicians can choose between high sensitivity and extended dynamic range depending on the requirements of the procedure. The extended Field of View (FOV) allows surgical teams a wider and more comprehensive overview of an operating scene. This high-speed, low-power detector is capable of real-time (30 fps) imaging without the need for forced air or liquid coolers. It is designed for fixed as well as mobile interventional C-Arms, Fluoroscopy and 3D Orthopedic imaging systems.
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