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Teledyne DALSA Displays Xineos Family of CMOS X-ray Detectors

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 23 Nov 2018
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Image: The Xineos 3030 x-ray detector (Photo courtesy of Teledyne DALSA).
Image: The Xineos 3030 x-ray detector (Photo courtesy of Teledyne DALSA).
Teledyne DALSA (Waterloo, Canada) displayed its Xineos family of CMOS dynamic flat X-ray detectors at the RSNA 2018 Technical Exhibition, November 29-30, Chicago, Ill., USA.

Teledyne DALSA provides image sensing, capture and processing solutions to medical, dental and scientific equipment manufacturers. The company offers a large portfolio of CMOS dynamic detectors for diagnostic and interventional imaging. As replacements for amorphous silicon and analog solutions, CMOS imaging delivers multiple benefits, including superior image resolution in real-time, switchable saturation dose, high dynamic range, calibration stability and unsurpassed low dose signal-to-noise performance. The Xineos family provides imaging solutions for mobile C-arm systems, diagnostic 2D and 3D mammography, and other demanding image sensing applications.

The Xineos range of CMOS dynamic flat X-ray detectors featured by Teledyne DALSA at the RSNA 2018 included Xineos-2329 with low noise dynamic image capture at 49.5µm pixel pitch for superior resolution for breast tomosynthesis and mammography screening procedures; and Xineos-2222HS and Xineos-3030HS – 9-inch and 12-inch equivalent detectors with 152µm pixel size and switchable saturation dose designed for low dose real time surgical procedures.

The company also displayed Xineos-2022HR and Xineos-3030HR – 9-inch and 12-inch high-resolution detectors with 99 µm pixel pitch for advanced clinical and scientific applications; and Xineos-1515 – a 6-inch equivalent high resolution detector with 99µm pixel pitch, featuring embedded real-time image processing and seamless switchable saturation dose modes for imaging of the extremities. Teledyne DALSA also featured its new ultrafast scanning detectors – Xineos-1501 and Xineos-2301 with 99µm pixel pitch at the RSNA 2018.

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