RaySafe DXR+ Direct X-ray Ruler
The RaySafe DXR+, Direct X-ray Ruler, represents the latest in today’s technology for alignment of the light and radiation field. The RaySafe DXR+ is extremely easy to use as it is powered on by simply exposing the meter. Features include auto reset and auto power off. There is no need to adjust the light field to a square phantom before making an exposure. No time is wasted waiting for films to be developed.
The pocket-sized RaySafe DXR+ operates down to 30 kVp and gives an objective, reproducible and immediate read-out.
International regulations recommends that the radiation and light field should be aligned within 2 % of the SID or even ± 5 mm at the chest wall for mammo. The RaySafe DXR+ sensor array has been specially designed to meet the needs of real-time checks of the light and radiation field alignment on radiographic and mammographic X-ray equipment.
The characteristics of the sensors provide an accurate and instantaneous result where adjustment is needed. A metric scale on the RaySafe DXR+ PCB is visible on the X-ray image.
Models and Accessories
This versatile phantom was designed to assist in training technologists and physicians in the use of a stereotactic system, and for verifying the proper operation of mammographic stereotactic biopsy systems.
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