The X-Panel 1412d is a CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) X-ray flat panel detector optimized for dental CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) and panoramic X-ray imaging applications. The use-case-driven quality of X-Panel 1412d perfectly addresses the application-specific requirements. This 2-in-1 detector solution is designed to bring greater total cost savings and imaging quality for these performance-driven, high-tier dental imaging modalities.
With its cost-saving features, the X-Panel 1412d sets an attractive price point in its class. Such features include the enhanced CMOS sensor and the simplified platform designs that improve manufacturability and streamline the supply chain. Furthermore, the platform is mature and well proven to accelerate detector integration to X-ray systems and time-to-market.
The speedy yet sharp 1412d detector solution utilizes a reliable CMOS imaging sensor (CIS) design for high scanning speed and razor sharp images, even at low-dose operation modes. It features a frame rate of up to 30 fps in full size and full resolution. In the typical ROI (region of interest) mode for panoramic application, it is also capable of acquiring images at 300 fps.
The X-Panel 1412d has an active area of 140.1-by-120 mm, and a medical-grade, structured cesium iodide scintillator. The solution is powered by a 100-micrometer, dual range pixel and a 14-bit ADC. The detector supports both continuous and synchronous triggering modes, and is targeted for an X-ray energy range of 60-100 kVp.
The X-Panel 1412d is equipped with robust, compact, and lightweight mechanics for reliability and ease of X-ray imaging system design. The X-Panel 1412 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.
The X-Panel 1412d comes with optimized read-out electronics and a Gigabit Ethernet interface. For speeding up design and system integration, a complete developer aid kit is available. The kit includes an application-programming interface (API), a panel demonstration application software, necessary cabling, and developer guides.