AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
2008 FUJI DryPix 4000
Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager DRYPIX 4000 is a device that prints digital image data transferred via the DICOM network from the FCR Image Reader or CT, MRI and other imaging modalities onto dedicated film in the selected format.
The Fujifilm dry laser imager DryPix 4000 has a processing capacity of up to 160 films per hour.
The Advanced Variable Response (A-VR) spline interpolation function separates the alphanumeric characters from the picture data and thus enables the characters to be depicted clearly, even when interpolating grainy pictures.
The Auto Film Density Correction function is available for fully automatic quality assurance.
The DryPix 4000 is equipped with a DICOM interface as standard.
Modes that are not DICOM Basic Print enabled can be connected to the DryPix 4000 via the DryPix Link (available as option).
In the event of high film consumption and/or the connection of several modes the DryPix 4000 can be fitted with a quadruple top sorter that issues the films separately for each mode.