FujiFilm Prima T2 Computed Radiography
Enhanced Performance in a Space Saving Design
The Prima-T2 is a compact tabletop CR reader that provides veterinary practices with leading-edge digital x-ray in a small, affordable package. With a footprint of only 22” x 22”, it is one of the smallest tabletop CR systems available.
An exceptional combination of price, speed and image quality, the Prima-T2’s throughput ranges from a rapid 47 to a remarkable 73 images per hour, depending on the cassette size. The resulting 100μm images provide excellent resolution and detail, and Fujifilm’s advanced processing technology ensures exceptional first-up images.
Space Saving Design
With its light and compact table top design, it can be placed on a desk, shelf or anywhere space is limited. As this is a fully digital reader, neither a darkroom nor automatic processor is required.
Stable High-quality Images
Although this is a compact machine, its excellent image quality is the same as that produced by the rest of the FCR range. Image Intelligence™, Fujifilm’s proprietary image processing technology, enhances image contrast and sharpness, without any deterioration of details. Prima-T2 supports accurate diagnosis by offering stable and optimized image quality.
Available Imaging Plate Sizes
14″ x 17″ • 14″ x 14″ • 10″ x 12″ • 8″ x 10″ • 24 x 30cm • 18 x 24cm • 15 x 30cm
Unique features that increase efficiency and allow for more thorough analysis include:
Flexible Noise Control suppresses the image noise and realizes an enhanced image.
Grid Pattern Removal removes the stationary grid patterns thus preventing Moiré from being generated resulting in easier diagnosis.
Auto Trimming assists with difficult to position examinations by allowing for off centered exposures.
Automatically detects the size of the exposed region of interest and sends it to your display.
Multi Frequency Processing (optional) creates emphasized images by simultaneously applying edge enhancement processing on dark/light areas and peripheral tissues.
Auto Stitching (optional) enables display of the entire spine or lower extremities on a single long view image. FCR is still the easiest method for acquiring long length images, since it only requires one exposure and produces outstanding seamless results, minimizing errors and enhancing workflow for technologists.