The world's first single exposure long length DR detector
Achieve better patient satisfaction and reduce patient dose with
FDR D-EVO GL
This long-view single exposure detector ensures consistent, easy patient positioning and repeatable image acquisition, reducing exam discomfort for a better patient experience.
FDR D-EVO GL is 17x49 inches, expanding the traditional 14 inch CR long length field of view by 3 full inches to better accommodate a variety of patient sizes and help prevent retakes due to anatomy cut off.
FDR D-EVO GL enhances the workflow of long-view radiography by capturing the entire image in a single exposure in just a few seconds, reducing the chance for patient motion-induced artifacts and time for the patient to remain still.
Virtual Grid™ intelligent image processing replaces the use of a grid to enhance contrast and improve clarity while reducing dose as much as 50% compared to exams performed with a grid. Allows lower dose without sacrificing image quality while helping prevent retakes associtaed with grid misalignment.
FDR D-EVO GL utilizes the latest Fujifilm digital image processing technology, including Dynamic Visualization, which optimizes image display based on recognition of contrast levels throughout the entire exposure field. The resulting first-up images have outstanding detail and greater window and leveling capability in PACS.
Fujifilm's proprietary Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) positions its capture electronics (TFTs) at the irradiation side, in contrast to traditional detectors. This design significantly suppresses scattering and attenuation of X-ray signals, improving efficiency to produce sharper images at lower doses compared to traditional designs.*
Fujifilm's SmartSwitch technology enables automatic x-ray detection. FDR D-EVO GL automatically senses exposures to trigger image capture, allowing easier, faster interfacing with any x-ray system.
* Based on higher MTF and DQE demonstrated in "Effect of X-ray incident direction and scintillator layer design on image quality of indirect-conversion flat-panel detector with GOS phosphor" by K. Sato, et al.