The Carbon XL-2 is ideal for distributed applications such as inside the exam room or even a trauma bay with a speed of up to 92 images an hour and image previews in as little as 23 seconds. With that flexibility, the Carbon XL-2 is also a great redundancy solution during peak periods. The XL-2 also features a 50 Reading Mode* for sharp, excellent detail — ideal for extremity exams or anywhere that seeing fine details is critical.
The Carbon X is designed for smaller facilities with variable caseloads or remote applications with throughput speeds of up to 72 images/hour. It can supplement a DR room or offer redundancy when needed. Either way, there's a FCR Carbon to fit your needs and your space perfectly.
-Fuji Radiographic Carbon XL
6 days ago
|Manufactureers suggested PMs|
Does anyone have the manual? I'm trying to find out how often i need to do a PM, if at all ?Reply
6 months ago
|How to set IP address of CR|
I want to change the IP address of the CR machine (XL-2). Does anyone know how to do this? I Seem to have found all the places to tell the Console program on the PC what the IP address is but not how to tell the actual reader what it's IP address should be. The IP address it is currently set to doesn't fit with the network I want to connect it to.
9 months ago
|FCR XL-2 goes offline and causes data corruption.|
We have an FCR-XL2 which for some unknown reason occassionally goes offline and when this happens data corruption occurs. The LAN consists of a Cisco 10 SG300 10 port gigabit switch with three devices connected all within 5 feet of each other. The connectivity is using premade Cat5e patch cords.
Can you advise what could be a possible issue.
6 days ago
You'll have to attend a school at Fuji or try FIRST SOURCE @ 800 349 5980 for training and parts.Reply
|CR-System Configuration||Single-plate floor unit|
|CR-Workstation Configuration||Included device for one or more image readers|