Take a more detailed look into Canon CXDI-710C Wireless
Ultralight Automatic Exposure Detection (AED) wireless detectors
Utilising superlight and strong carbon fibre construction techniques, Canon has achieved significant weight reduction, providing less physical strain and reassuringly providing detectors that are among the lightest currently available. Despite their featherlight characteristics, the carbon fibre chassis and frame ensure high performance and high durability, tested for the rigours of demanding daily use. Superb quality and reliability that you have come to expect from Canon.
Dimensions: 35.0 x 42.6 cm, Weight: 2.3 kg
Sleek new detector design
The sleek, tough and ergonomically sculpted new CXDI series wireless detector design includes the following features to enhance the user and patient experience:
- More comfortable to hold and effective to grip; concern over dropping can be greatly reduced due to the ultralight weight and ergonomic handgrips sculpted into the detector on all 4 sides.
- Easier and more pleasant to handle due to the selection of high quality composite materials, low weight and well-balanced design.
- Easier to position and more comfortable for patients and technologists due to a shaped cover, smooth rounded corners and more comfortable when positioning behind a patient.
Three tough detectors
The use of new composite materials has not only decreased the weight of each detector, but is also beneficial for strength and durability. The new Canon CXDI series wireless detectors can withstand a load of 310 kg; that’s more than twice previous detectors and allows direct weight-bearing imaging with obese patients.
Contact with fluids is an inevitability at some point during a medical product's operational life, particularly in emergency and high dependency care. Canon CXDI series detectors are designed to cope with fluid soaking and even immersion. Compliant to IPX7, each detector can withstand up to 30 minutes in water to a depth of 1m without incurring damage. Another concern removed in favour of yet another great Canon product.
On-board image storage
Designed to handle the unexpected, the new Canon CXDI series wireless detectors are even equipped with on-board image memory for those situations where you need the detector to be fully independent. These tough detectors are not only totally independent of any X-ray source you wish to work with, but now can even operate without reliance on any connected image archive. Up to 99 images may be stored and transferred to a workstation at your convenience.
The new multi-function docking station combines the following capabilities in one compact desktop unit to help make your work and workflow even more convenient.
The Docking Station enables:
- Detector check-in
- Detector battery charging
- Image transfer
Improved workflow using the ‘ready’ function
When using multiple detectors in one room, a specific detector can be selected not only from the DR modality workstation but also simply by pressing the ‘Ready’ button directly on the detector or on the optional Status Indicator.
CXDI Control Software NE
CXDI Control Software NE is made exclusively for use with Canon Digital Radiography systems. This imaging control and management software helps to optimise work¬flow and reduce the steps required to complete each examination quickly. The intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) can be used for all types of digital radiography mo¬dality and this commonality of GUI across the entire DR product range is a major advantage when it comes to speed of operator training, user confidence, convenience and familiarity. Canon CXDI-NE software configuration options ensure a GUI that is always right for you. Comprehensive image processing including ‘Scatter Correction’ and ‘Single-Shot’ long length imaging options guarantee optimised image quality with the lowest possible dose; the industry standard DICOM 3.0 interface ensures multi-vendor and cross-platform connectivity in any situation.