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Fujifilm FDR ES

Digital Radiography

FDR ES detectors are the next generation of DR retrofit solutions designed with the essential conveniences of Fujifilm image acquisition and design. Light, portable, affordable detectors can optimize your x-ray room for table and free positioning and table top exams with top of the line image quality

Enhance your workflow with Fujifilm’s latest DR detector and image processing. Fast, easy integration with any X-ray room to transition to the speed, image quality and dose benefits of Fujifilm Digital Radiography

Affordability Without Compromise.

FDR ES detectors feature 150 micron pixel pitch and a wide 16-bit dynamic range, as well as Fujifilm’s ISS (Irradiated Side Sampling) which provides ultra-sharp imaging with advanced dose efficiency. This exclusive design captures the x-ray image from the incident/patient side of the detector, in contrast to traditional designs which capture the image below the scintillator layer. The result is a reduction in the distance for light to spread, allowing the image to be captured where it’s sharper and stronger as it was always intended.

High Image Quality From Low Dose

As a world-leading imaging and information company, Fujifilm is dedicated both to improving image quality and advancing dose lowering technologies and safe healthcare standards for patients. FDR ES is a perfect example. It features engineering innovations which achieve dose efficiency improvements by as much as 30% compared to Fujifilm CR and as much as 20% over comparable DR detector designs, all while delivering exceptional images.

Key Highlights:
  • Rounded edges make FDR ES easy to pick up off flat surfaces.
  • Carbon fiber casings make FDR ES detectors durable and lightweight, with 14×17” weighing only 6.4 lbs.
  • Sleep mode extends battery life for less frequent battery changes.
  • Built to protect against incidental sprayed liquid (IPX-3 rating).
  • Fujifilm detector innovations improve image quality and dose efficiency through advanced processing combined with patented ISS technology and improved circuitry performance.
FDR ES Sizes:
  • FDR ES 24x30cm CsI (C24)
  • FDR ES 14×17” Csl (C35)
  • FDR ES 17×17” Csl (C43)
  • FDR ES 14×17” GOS (G35)
  • FDR ES 17×17” GOS (G43)
Accessories
  • Additional Flat Panel Detectors
  • Workstations
  • Spare Batteries
  • Battery Charger (2-slot)
  • Grid Caps
  • Advanced Processing Software
Protection and Durability

Innovative design enhances ease of use and reliability in X-ray environments.

  • Carbon fiber frame with rounded edges and smooth corners create a durable design
  • IPX3 rating provides an extra safeguard during use and cleaning
  • Single-handed battery replacement is ready to image in 30 seconds 
ISS Capture Technology Promotes High Sensitivity

Equipped with Fujifilm’s proprietary Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) technology which positions its capture electronics (TFTs) at the irradiation side, in contrast to traditional detectors. This design significantly suppresses scattering and attenuation of X-ray signals, improving efficiency to produce sharper images at lower doses compared to traditional designs.

Noise Reduction Circuitry Improves Detector Sensitivity In High Absorption Regions

A unique, Fujifilm innovation in noise reduction circuitry maximizes signal strength to improve image quality in high absorption areas. This enhancement achieves 1.7 times the DQE of previous models, with as little as 0.03mr dose. Visibility of dense areas such as the heart and mediastinum are greatly improved.

Virtual Grid

Virtual grid intelligent image processing corrects for the effects of scatter radiation while retaining high contrast and sharpness. It improves patient comfort, simplifies positioning, and allows for as much as 50% lower dose compared to grid exams.

Dynamic Visualization II

Advanced processing adjusts density and contrast display based on anatomic structure, hardware, and body thickness throughout the entire exposure field.