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Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360

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Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360


Affordable. Robust. Compact.

This next-generation CR solution is designed to fit the needs of small to medium-sized healthcare facilities and clinics.
  • Provides fast and easy access to quality images at an affordable price
  • Performs diagnostic imaging functions at the point of patient care with a small Footprint

Flexibility and Versatility
Robust, lightweight tabletop system that provides throughput of over 60 plates per hour (14 x 17 cassette), with optional high-resolution scanning modes. Flexibility to choose from five different image looks, you are able to customize your image preferences for different exams.

Designed to streamline clinical workflow and maximize productivity.

Designed to provide high-quality images that meet your diagnostic needs.

Connectivity and Scalability
With its DICOM 3.0 capabilities, the system can be seamlessly integrated with a broad variety of printers, modality equipment, RIS and PACS systems.


  • Up to 61 cassettes per hour (14 x 17 in.)
Time to First Image
  • 38 seconds.
Grayscale Resolution
  • Acquisition:16 bits per pixel
  • Display:12 bits per pixel
Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 13.2 x 29.5 x 21.9 in. (33.7 x 75 x 55.5 cm).
  • 86 lbs (39 kg).
System Configurations
  • Desktop
  • Z-cart (mobile cart)
  • Distributed CR

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 4.3 GHz or higher, 1 GB memory, 4 USB 2.0 ports, CD-RW, 80 GB or larger HD, Windows XP Professional operating system or Windows Vista™ Business operating system
  • Small form factor chassis required for Z-cart
  • UPS recommended
Power Requirements
  • Single-phase 50/60 Hz, 100–240 VAC, 4A
Safety and Regulatory Approvals
  • FDA, CE, cTUVus
  • Environmental Operating Conditions
  • Operating conditions:
    15 to 30 degrees C (59 to 86 degrees F),
    15 to 76% RH (Non Condensing)
  • Storage conditions:
    23 to 66 degrees C (–10 to 150 degrees F), 5 to 86% RH (Non Condensing)
Cassette Size
Cassette Size: Pixel Matrix Cassettes per hour
High Resolution
14 in. x 17 in.
14 in. x 14 in.
10 in. x 12 in.
9.5 in. x 9.5 in.
8 in. x 10 in.
24 x 30 cm
15 x 30 cm
4048 x 4932
4048 x 4048
2868 x 3460
2728 x 2728
2280 x 2872
2704 x 3404
1660 x 3404
Standard Resolution
14 in. x 17 in.
14 in. x 14 in.
11 in. x 14 in.
2180 x 2660
2248 x 2248
1700 x 2180

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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