Full support for high-quality imaging.
With the addition of DryPix 5000 to the DryPix family of dry imagers Fujifilm has provided a worthy successor to the DryPix FM-DP L.
The DryPix Plus is a dry laser imager which combines the high quality and performance of Fujifilm's centralized imagers, with an extremely compact design.
The DryPix 4000 is a dry laser imager which combines the high quality and performance of Fuji's centralized imagers, with an extremely compact design.
The DryPix 2000 is a compact tabletop imager that allows maximum flexibility of placement in facilities where space is at a premium.
DryPix Station assures system reliability on print networks with multiple printers by automatically detecting when the primary printer for any modality is off-line and re-routing print jobs to an active secondary imager.
DryPix Link allows older non-DICOM compliant FCR Readers to connect to DICOM networks by converting proprietary digital data into DICOM.
The FN-PS 551 DICOM Print Server connects non-DICOM Fuji imagers such as the DryPix FM-DP L to the DICOM pint network.
The DICOM Box converts analog or digital signals from non-DICOM modalities into DICOM, allowing legacy modalities to be connected to DICOM networks.
Fuji AD-M film is part of a unique mammography system combining the latest technology in film and intensifying screen advancements to achieve remarkable image quality for mammography.
Fuji's AD Mammo Intensifying Screens utilize an ultra bright phosphor material coated at a high density, to provide superior brightness, sharpness and durability.
Fuji UM-MA HC film is a high speed, high contrast, single emulsion, orthochromatic film for mammography.
Fuji's UM Mammo intensifying screens are green emitting and designed for high performance in the low energy range.
The new AD-MA cassette is designed specifically to accommodate the critical demands imposed on a mammography cassette today.