DESCRIPTIONThe productivity, speed and image quality of FCR on the go.
The Fujifilm FCR Go is a portable CR system that features a compact design and employs standard lightweight Fuji cassettes available in all standard inch (and metric) sizes.
Featuring a built-in FCR Carbon XL CR system and a rugged notebook version of the Flash IIP technologist console, this portable x-ray system is poised to revolutionize the way technologists view portable x-ray.
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17 days ago
|FCR GO tube upgrade. Is it possible?|
Hello everyone, my first post here. I just purchased a fuji fcr go for my small animal veterinary practice (dogs and cats exclusively) with 15kw , 250 ma power. I was wondering if i can install a higher wattage tube head , the one used on the fcr go 2 for example or similar. Is that possible? Has anyone done something similar? Is it worth such an upgrade? Thank you in advance for your answersReply
3 months ago
What is the FUJI collimator lamp voltage/wattage? Looking for a quick procedure write up on how to change the Fuji FCR GO1 collimator lamp. Thank youReply
4 months ago
I have replaced the batteries but still getting this error message if I shoot more than 8 mAs. Any idea please let me know.Reply
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- Improve efficiency of portables: with image availability in as little as 23 seconds and wireless communication for updates.
- Produce outstanding images: Technologists have all the tools they need to produce the highest quality images with a consistent look and feel to other FCR and FDR images in the enterprise.
- Flexibility: FCR's lightweight and durable cassettes can be used in nearly every imaging environment - including the operating room.
|CR-System Configuration||Single-plate floor unit|
|CR-Workstation Configuration||Included with each image reader|
Throughput (@ 14x17, std resolution) 94 plates per hour
Image plate DQE Proprietary percent at 2 lp/mm
Reader laser spot size 100 microns
Output grayscale resolution Proprietary bits/per pixel
Preview image display time 23 seconds