DRYPIX Lite

Outstanding performance, remarkable efficiency and superb quality satisfy your medical imaging needs.

Features

  • A new concept tabletop dry imager
  • Supports multiple film size
  • Expandable to two magazines

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Note

  • In some countries, regulatory approval may be required to import medical devices.
  • For the availability of these products, please contact your local sales representatives.

Specifications

Basic Specifications
Standard component Fuji Medical Dry Imager DRYPIX Lite (Model: DRYPIX 2000)
Recording method Thermal head transfers heat while in contact with thermal film
Applicable film Fuji Medical Dry Film
DI-HT 35 × 43 (14 × 17), 26 × 36, 25 × 30 (10 × 12), 20 × 25 (8 × 10)
Film loading Daylight film loading
Film magazines Up to 2 magazines
Processing capacity
  • Approx. 50 sheets/hour 35 × 43 (14 × 17), Approx. 75 sheets/hour 26 × 36,
  • Approx. 65 sheets/hour 25 × 30 (10 × 12), Approx. 90 sheets/hour 20 × 25 (8 × 10)
Pixel size 84.7 μm (300 dpi)
Recording gradation 12 bits
Image memory 1 GB
Density adjustment Automatic
Input channels DICOM network input × 1 channel only
Physical characteristics
External dimensions ( W × D × H )
  • 530 x 590 x 365mm (21 x 23 x 14") with Large magazine/
  • 530 x 470 x 365mm (21 x 19 x 14") with Small magazine
  • *180mm higher with optional sheet-feeder unit
Weight 32 kg (71 lbs.) / 43 kg (95 lbs.) with optional sheet-feeder unit
Power supply Input voltage: AC100-240V / Phase: Single / Frequency: 50-60Hz
Rated current: 5-2A
Operating environment
Temperature 15-30°C
Humidity 40 -70% RH (at 15°C) to 15-70% RH (at 30°C) (no dew condensation)

Options

  • Optional sheet-feeder unit (*Supply magazine not included [Purchase separately] )
  • Vehicle mounting kit
  • Cart (*Cart does not conform to UL requirements.)
  • Large magazine
  • Small magazine

Note

  • DRYPIX Lite doesn't come standard with supply magazine. Purchase magazine accordingly.
  • Large magazine can only accommodate 35 × 43 (14 × 17) film size.
  • Small magazine can accommodate either 26 × 36, 25 × 30 (10 × 12) or 20 × 25 (8 × 10) film size.
  • To set up the film size to your desired size requires the support of our servicing personnel.
  • Once the magazine is set to a film size, you cannot change it to a different one by yourself.
  • Film sizes indicated above required the respective magazines, as desired.