The optimal combination of the AeroDR detector using a KonicaMinolta CsI scintillator combined with the newly developed lownoise readout ICs delivers a high DQE*3 even at a low dose. It is considered therefore that the AeroDR is effective to reduce the amount of radiation exposure.
At the same time, Konica Minolta achieved the wider dynamic range of DR comparable to CR. This means that in radiography of shoulder joints, for example, the AeroDR permits describing the skin line accurately even when the radiographic conditions change along the way.
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4 months ago
Hello, I noticed on one of the forums a service manual may be available for the Konioca AeroDR. Is it still available? Reply
4 months ago
Hallo all. Has Somebody the Service Manual for AeroDR System from Konica? Note: I am a service technician and I need for the Service Manual to make the calibration of Wi-Fi DR detector . Thank you anyway. Best Regards. BitReply
a year ago
Hi, my facility has recently acquired some of these. I'm trying to find out about future options for repair. Konica has offered detector insurance. Is it worth it? Can parts be found for these detectors? Can you map pixels on these? If so how? Are there alternate vendors to repair these? Any input would be appreciated.Reply
- Portable flat panel detector based on amorphous silicon (a-Si)
- Scintillator CsI (Cesium Iodide
- Weight: 2.9 kg
- Pixel Size: 175 Μm
- Image Field: 1,996 x 2,434 pixels (4.8 million pixels)
- Power/Communications Tether :possible
- Dynamic Range:4 digits