From the inventor and world's leading manufacturer of digital X-ray systems
We pioneered the world's first digital X-ray system in 1983. Ever since, Fuji Computed Radiography (FCR) has stayed the leader, offering the broadest product range to suit virtually every imaging application.
High-speed image processing tabletop FCR with mammography compatibility
Brand new world's smallest class all-in-one tabletop CR equipped with Mammography Image reading as standard.
This compact table-top reader unit has outstandingly high-speed processing to challenge the common misconception of CR.
Multifunction workstation, with/without touch-screen, provides patient ID, image preview, image post-processing, printing and storage with DICOM interface, and more.
From diagnosis to management with a single unit - your multifunctional digital image solution
Computed radiography uses an imaging plate (IP) instead of film to record X-ray images. The IP contains photostimulable phosphors that store X-ray energy. Scanning the IP releases the energy, producing electronic signals, which are converted to digital values. Barium fluorohalide (BaFX) phosphors in a high-density layer deliver the sensitivity, sharpness and low noise demanded in computed radiographic diagnosis. An IP is inserted in a cassette for X-ray exposure.
Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.