Brightleaf Imaging

CR

Computed radiography (CR) devices use similar equipment to conventional radiography except that in place of a film to create the image, an imaging plate (IP) made of photostimulable phosphor is used. CRs have a CR readers that reads and digitizes the image, which then be viewed and enhanced using software to control contrast, brightness, filtration and zoom.

The Kodak ACR-2000 system’s space-saving, tabletop design makes it an ideal CR system for lower-volume imaging environments.
Delivers all the advantages and convenience of the ACR-2000, plus an integrated phosphor plate eraser for enhanced efficiency
For distributed applications, choose the single-cassette Kodak DirectView CR 800 system to streamline workflow.
Can process up to 104 cassettes an hour, and print the first image in under 130 seconds with a Kodak DryView 8700 laser.
A centralized CR solution with decentralized workflow.
The CR 25.0 is a multi-application digitizer, benefiting from three different image resolution modes.
CR 75.0 is a multi-user digitizer featuring a unique drop-and-go buffer that eliminates waiting times and maximizes productivity
Features an uninterrupted power supply (UPS); Throughput: can process over 60 cassettes per hour.