Shimadzu - MobileDaRt Evolution Wireless Type
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MobileDaRt Evolution Wireless Type

The wireless flat panel integrated into the 32 kW X-ray system is designed to give maximum performance and flexibility within a modern hospital environment. The speed of operation of this system, in fields demanding rapid intervention such as Emergency and Pediatric Medicine by virtue of the 3 second display time for images at the console provides excellent clinical worth.         
         
The new wireless FPD expands the product range and allows easy positioning in restricted spaces when combined with the intuitive movements of the MobileDaRt Evolution.

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-Anexy16
9 months ago
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-PMC RADIOLOGY
2 years ago
Shutdown process for battery life
Is it necessary to perform a complete shutdown after each use before plugging in unit or can you simply turn off portable and then plug in the unit. We are having issues with battery drain. Can you explain the process and what happens if not shutdown appropriately. Thank you.Reply
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Wireless FPD makes handling easier

  • The wireless FPD makes it easy to maintain the system asepsis in the operating room or infectious diseases ward. The system offers excellent positioning, with no concerns about cables.         

    Supports display of X-ray exposure dose [Option]         

  • Two kinds of dose management tools are available according to the needs of facilities. A Dose Area Product (DAP) meter can be mounted to the front of the collimator to display dose measurements on the display panel. If a dose calculation function is incorporated in the system, the estimated skin dose is displayed on the main unit display panel prior to taking exposures. Dose data measured with a dose area product meter or calculated skin dose can also be output in DICOM format.         

  • Supports display of X-ray exposure dose [Option]         

    State-of-the-art control software         

  • Two types of digital system are selectable. The optimized workflow reduces steps and supports multiple study acquisition.         

    High power minimizes effect by patient motion         

  • With radiography of children and emergency cases where it is difficult to maintain a stable posture, there is a tendency for images to be blurred due to patient movement. With MobileDaRt Evolution, a maximum output of 32 kw allows for shorter exposure times, eliminating blurring issues.         

  • User firendly design ensures quick positioning and smooth resposive mobility         

    Light-touch, natural maneuvering         

  • A light pressure applied to the drive handle moves the mobile system in a natural manner as if it were an extension of one's hand, allowing the MobileDaRt Evolution to be controlled easily and effortlessly.         

    "Inch-mover"         

  • The MobileDaRt Evolution can be moved forward or backward by using the bedside drive controls located on the front of the collimator. Safety is a major consideration and any sudden force applied to the handle during "Inch-mover" operation stops the MobileDaRt Evolution automatically. In addition, X-ray irradiation is also automatically disabled during any movement of the MobileDaRt Evolution.         

    Keyless Entry(*)         

  • Setting a password for each user enables keyless use of the system.         

  • The Key-less Entry enables to turn on the system by 4 digits key command input without any actual key, which is useful to share the units by several staffs.         

    Wireless Networking (*)         

  • Standard MobileDaRt Evolution features include support of DICOM print and storage.

  • Output data in DICOM format to a laser printer, image server, or viewer using the provided LAN connection. Optional wireless network connection is available that provides even greater freedom for communication to RIS or PACS while moving the unit.

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