Recommended for satellite locations such as military field installations, CR 140 provides big value. Durable, compact, and lightweight, CR 140 enables all imaging functions to be performed at the point of patient care with one affordable package featuring: the single-plate CR reader, KODAK flexible phosphor screens, advanced image management software, and a PC-based review station.
Features of KODAK POINT-OF-CARE CR 140 System
Highly versatile The KODAK POINT-OF-CARE CR 140 System is part of a modular solution that can be configured to meet most clinical applications. Its KODAK Quality Control Scanner interface lets you set up the system to capture high-quality x-ray images of any body part with minimal steps for scanning, processing, and image quality assurance. All imaging parameters are optimized, resulting in digital images that can be enhanced, enlarged, duplicated, and sent to any location in seconds as a DICOM 3.0 file with no loss of resolution. Images also can be printed or archived locally on CDs or DVDs
POINT-OF-CARE productivity Mounted on an optional wheeled Z-cart or placed on a tabletop, the KODAK POINT-OF-CARE CR 140 System can be used in virtually any location. With the Z-cart, this system can be rolled into any situation where nearly instant digital images are needed.
Grayscale Resolution Acquisition: 12 bits per pixel
Display: 12 bits per pixel
Dimensions (H x W x D)
13.4 x 29.0 x 25.8 in. (34.0 x 73.5 x 65.5 cm)
Weight 99 lbs (45 kg)
Z-cart (mobile cart)
Integrated acquisition and PACS functionality including: image analysis, archiving, and seamless remote image communications, built on scalable, user-friendly DICOM 3.0 software platform
Bone mineral densitometry (BMD OsteoGram® software and cassette with template)
Computer Workstation Minimum Requirements
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or higher, 1 GB memory, USB 2.0 port, Windows 2000® or Windows XP Professional® operating system (small form factor chassis required for Z-cart)
Single-phase 50/60 Hz, 200 VA, 100–240
VAC (+/– 10%), 2A, UPS required
FDA (USA), CE (EU), SDA (China), and others available or pending in most major markets
Carestream Health | Medical & Dental Imaging & Testing Systems
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.