The X-Panel 1615 is an application-optimized CMOS X-ray flat panel detector series designed for dental and surgical X-ray imaging applications. The X-Panel 1615 enhances both patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experience and safety, and eases the design of stringent medical imaging systems for shortening time-to-market and bringing total cost savings.
For greater digital imaging, the X-Panel 1615 is available in two models that are optimized to application-specific requirements, and offer use-case-driven add-on features. The X-Panel 1615s is a perfect fit for mini C-arm systems used in the surgical field. Its built-in functions provide extra image stability in long fluoroscopic scans. In turn, the 1615d model, with its ultra-high frame rates enabled by the scan-to-buffer mode, boosts dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and panoramic imaging systems.
Both models come with a large active area of 161-by-150 mm. This improves diagnosis by allowing full-sized and detailed images of clinically relevant anatomy to be viewed, minimizes the required scanning time and overall radiation dose, and streamlines workflows during surgical operations and dental treatments.
The detector models are equipped with compact, lightweight mechanics for flexibility and ease of X-ray imaging system design. The X-Panel 1615 can be easily integrated to small X-ray system form factors. In addition, the narrow frames around the active area shrink the shoulder edge distance in dental applications.
The X-Panel 1615 utilizes a reliable CIS design that sets a new golden standard for high scanning speed and superior image quality, even with ultra-low radiation doses. The solution is powered by a 100-micrometer dual range pixel, and a programmable 14-bit ADC for fast, low noise and high-resolution analog-to-digital conversion.
The X-Panel 1615 has an in-built pixel correction functionality that frees up the system resources for actual image construction. For improved image stability, the detector solution has a correlated double sampling (CDS) functionality to remove the effects of undesired offset.