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X-Ray Film Scanners and Digitizers, X-Ray Film Scanning Services and Software

Radlink LaserPro16

Ideal for Diagnostic PACS and Teleradiology Applications.

 

Radlink is best known for creating the Radlink LaserPro16 digitizer system, the initial laser film digitizer that scans medical x-ray film images into computer systems. There are more than 400 digitizers in active use by some of the finest radiological centers worldwide.

Utilizing sealed Fiber-Optic laser technology, the LaserPro 16 is designed to provide consistently high image quality with less downtime for periodic calibrations and adjustments associated with conventional laser digitizers. The LaserPro 16 delivers the performance, image quality and reliability expected from a high-end laser digitizer, at an affordable price made possible by our innovative sealed Fiber-Optic laser technology.

Film images are converted to high-resolution digital images of up to 3072 x 3850 pixels over a 14″ x 17″ film. 16-bit digitization provides precise grayscale accuracy throughout an optical density range of 0.0 to 4.0. Only a laser digitizer can deliver this high degree of precision. The LaserPro 16 is the best choice for high-resolution PACS and Teleradiology applications where diagnostic quality is imperative.

Only the sealed Fiber-Optic laser technology of the LaserPro 16 provides “point source illumination.” Image geometry is perfect to within + or – two pixels from film corner-to-corner. Point source illumination also maximizes low contrast sensitivity ensuring accurate capture of subtle image features characteristic of chest films.

Radlink’s 8-film auto loader maximizes staff productivity. The trouble-free bin load design virtually eliminates film jams and misfeeds and the loading trays provide quick-and-easy operation.

Customer Benefits:

  • High-performance laser film digitizer
  • Accepts film up to 14″ by 52″
  • Provides consistent high image quality
  • Small-footprint laser film digitizer
  • 16-bit digitization provides precise grayscale accuracy