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Kodak Point-of-Care CR 260

Overview

The Kodak Point-of-Care CR 260 System is an affordable computed radiography solution for medium-size healthcare facilities and clinics. Designed to enhance workflow and help improve productivity, the CR 260 System can complement centralized CR and DR environments, serve as a backup or overflow system, and perform in decentralized capture environments such as clinics, ER, and OR departments. All imaging functions can be performed at the point of patient care with this compact package that includes a single-plate CR reader, Kodak flexible phosphor screens, and a PC-based review station.

Highly versatile
This durable, lightweight, tabletop system expands on the powerful functionality of the Kodak Point-of-Care CR 120 System and Kodak Point-of-Care CR 140 System. It provides throughput of up to 60 plates per hour, with optional highresolution scanning modes for even greater flexibility.

Connectivity and productivity
Kodak Quality Control Workstation Software, which drives the Kodak Pointof- Care CR 260 System, is designed to streamline clinical workflow and maximize productivity. With its DICOM 3.0 capabilities, the system can be seamlessly integrated with a broad variety of modality equipment, RIS and PACS systems. Mounted on a wheeled Z-cart (optional), it can be conveniently rolled into any situation where instant digital images are needed.

Scalability for tomorrow
The Kodak Point-of-Care CR 260 System is part of the Kodak gallery of healthcare products designed to satisfy your imaging needs. You can start with a small, low-cost digital capture and viewing system that sends images to a diagnostic hard-copy printer or a device that prints images on self-playing CDs. As your practice grows and workloads increase, network multiple Kodak Point-of-Care Systems together to create a distributed CR (D-CR) solution. You can also connect your CR units to a HIS/RIS and PACS, and transmit images wirelessly for teleradiology applications.

Specifications

Throughput
Up to 60 cassettes per hour.

Time to First Image
37 seconds.

Grayscale Resolution
Acquisition:16 bits per pixel
Display:12 bits per pixel

Dimensions (H x W x D)
13.4 x 29.0 x 25.8 in. (34.0 x 73.5 x 65.5 cm).

Weight
99 lbs (45 kg).

System Configurations
Desktop
Z-cart (mobile cart)
Distributed CR

Software
Integrated acquisition and PACS functionality including: image analysis, archiving, and seamless remote image communications, built on scalable, user-friendly DICOM 3.0 software platform.

Computer Workstation Minimum Requirements
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or higher, 1 GB memory, USB 2.0 port, Windows 2000® or Windows XP Professional® operating system (small form factor chassis required for Z-cart).

Power Requirements
Single-phase 50/60 Hz, 200 VA, 100-240
VAC (+/- 10%), 2A, UPS required

Regulatory Approvals
FDA (USA), CE (EU), SDA (China), and others available or pending in most major markets.

Safety Standards
EN 60601-1, 60825-1, 60601-1-2

Environmental
Operating Conditions
Operating conditions: 10–40°C, 90% at 35°C
Storage: –15–60°C

Cassette Size
Size: Pixel Matrix Sampling Density
High Resolution
8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm)
10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm)
14 x 14 in. (35 x 35 cm)
14 x 17 in. (35 x 43 cm)
2404 x 2992
2992 x 3584
4172 x 4172
4172 x 5056

 

8.4 pix/mm
8.4 pix/mm
8.4 pix/mm
8.4 pix/mm
Standard Resolution
8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm)
10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm)
14 x 14 in. (35 x 35 cm)
14 x 17 in. (35 x 43 cm)
N/A
N/A
2248 x 2248
2248 x 2724
N/A
N/A
5.6 pix/mm
5.6 pix/mm

Key Benefits

Immediate Retrofit System. You can use your existing X-Ray machine.
Cost. Computer Radiography does not require any film, film developers or processors, chemicals, darkroom, film storage or and any disposal expenses.
Time. Going digital saves your time drastically. Since there is no waiting time to complete X-Ray film processing, you can start diagnosis right on the spot or retake X-Rays without waiting your time or your staff.
Storage. Digitization of radiography reduces the storage space.
Management. Patient images and information can be easily found. Now you don’t have to go through endless stacks of film.
Sharing/Networking. Digital images can be simultaneously shared through your network or recorded on CD/DVD. They also can be sent to radiologists or other specialists for rapid treatment advice.

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