LIGHT & COMPACT
Excellent portability, enabling use in patients’ homes
FDR Xair weighs about 3.5 kg. Its portable design means that it can easily be carried into patients’ homes and other places where space is limited, ensuring quicker imaging.
Lightweight and easy to mount on its support stand
The FDR Xair’s lightness and high usability make mounting it on its support stand quick and simple.
The hand switch fits neatly into the body when not in use
The hand switch can be attached to the side of the main unit. This makes carrying easier and reduces the risk of dropping the hand switch behind.
User-friendly button layout
Buttons are located on both sides, letting you operate the equipment with one finger while holding it.
Can take images in places where there is no electricity
The built-in lithium polymer battery is lighter than ever.
Can shoot up to 100 images* on a full charge, in environments where there is no electricity.
Highly durable LED light source
LEDs are used for the irradiation field illumination lamp and the display. LEDs are long lasting and make the control screen easy to read.
The flat-surface design with few dents or edges makes cleaning and other maintenance easy to do.
FDR D-EVO II
Higher sensitivity achieved by advanced reading technology “ISS system”
A combination of a columnar crystal CsI scintillator* with Fujifilm’s “ISS system” enables the suppression of energy attenuation and light scattering and achieves higher resolution imaging at low X-ray doses, leading to the level of DQE 54% (approx. 1Lp/mm, 1mR) and MTF 80% (approx. 1Lp/mm, 1mR).
IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNOOGY
Virtual Grid ™ Provides a high-contrast image without using a gridVirtual GridVirtual
Virtual Grid is an image processing software that corrects for the effects of scatter radiation that otherwise reduce image contrast and clarity. Without the need for an anti-scatter grid, this software quickly creates high quality images.
Dynamic Visualization II ™
Advanced recognition algorithms automatically adjust contrast and density for individual body parts based on calculation of estimated 3D image data. (option)