Features of Distributed & Central CR Systems / DIRECTVIEW - KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR 975 System
“Drop-and-go” workflow helps maximize productivity by providing fast, reliable centralized cassette processing with decentralized workflow.
The CR 975 system processes up to 101 cassettes an hour, handling 16 cassettes at one time.
Radiographers can review an image in 34 seconds and reuse a cassette in 40.
Carestream RIS, PACS, and Information Management Systems Decrease Processing Time
Extend CR functionality and decentralize workflow, by performing most system functions remotely at KODAK DIRECTVIEW remote operations panels (ROP).
Network up to 10 remote operations panels to a single system, or network one remote operations panel to as many as eight DIRECTVIEW CR series systems.
Connect to PACS, laser printers, and DICOM format devices.
Facilitates storage, retrieval and distribution of entire radiography record. Optimal viewing for images with different densities.
Easy to Learn and Easy to Use
The DIRECTVIEW CR 975’s intuitive user interface is consistent across all KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR and DR systems, minimizing training time.
Patient Data Protection
Easily guard against unauthorized viewing with an automatic security screensaver, and optional user name and password protections. Additionally, a built-in firewall minimizes threats from worms and other malware.
Specifications of Distributed & Central CR Systems / DIRECTVIEW - KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR 975 System
Height: 52 in. (132.1 cm) (41 in. [104.1 cm] at cassette station)
Width: 41 in. (104.1 cm)
Depth: 30 in. (76.2 cm)
Weight: 956 lb. (433.6 kg)
Monitor: 17.0 in. flat-panel touch screen, full color, 1280 x 1024 matrix
Capable of handling up to 8 exposed cassettes and 8 erased cassettes at a time
Throughput: up to 101 cassettes/hour
Time from cassette insertion to image at network: 34 seconds or less**For 35 x 43 cm cassette. Times for other radiography cassette sizes are the same or less. Time for image at a network device is dependent on network performance.
4096 (12-bit grayscale)
Includes an on-board, uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
100–120 VAC 10 Amps 50/60 Hz
200–240 VAC 5 Amps 50/60 Hz
1400 BTU/HR Max
10 BaseT, 100 BaseT, 1000 BaseT Network Adapter
FDA, UL, cUL, CE Mark
System is certified as a casual patient contact medical device
Carestream Health, Inc., is an internationally successful company providing medical and dental imaging systems and information technology solutions; molecular imaging systems; and non-destructive testing products to a broad base of customers around the world.
Onex Corporation, Toronto, Canada, acquired the Health Group of Eastman Kodak Company in a multi-billion-dollar transaction in May 2007. Upon closing, the business began operating as a standalone entity (i.e., Carestream Health, Inc.) within the Onex family of companies.
Today, Carestream Health, headquartered in Rochester, N.Y., has some 8,000 employees serving tens of thousands of customers in more than 150 countries.