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VertX
Military-grade Technology CR.

VertX™ is a robust solution for all medical imaging environments. Efficient and durable, it is the chosen CR unit for the United States Military. With its True Flat Scan Path technology and advanced optics, you will receive the superior image quality you need. The VertX™ allows you to achieve amazing workflow at an affordable price.

45

Pounds

16 Bit 

Resolution

35

Imager Per Hour

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CASSETTES

iCRco’s ultra-thin and lightweight cassettes are composed of carbon fiber, aluminum, and steel – a robust framework designed to withstand a demanding work environment.

Cassette Sizes Available

10" x 12"

XC™ : ICE-4 Image Clarity Enhancement

The VertX™ is designed to work iCRco’s proprietary software, X-ray Capture (XC). XC Acquisition software is powered by a multi-frequency processing algorithm known as Image Clarity Enhancement (ICE).

 

4th Generation ICE processing provides an image display state that ensures a balanced presentation of both soft tissue and overlapping bone structures and technology that improves image quality while preserving diagnostic detail for thicker body parts.

Simple, Intuitive Image Viewing

Clarity PACS : Storing, Reporting and Sending Images​​

The VertX™ scans images and over time storing and organizing those images becomes a necessity. For this reason, iCRco has a fully DICOM compliant Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS). 

Clarity PACS is a scalable and affordable PACS designed to optimize imaging workflow and simplify image management processes, and it is fully web-enabled. It is designed to support all major modalities and includes a powerful web-viewer.

True Flat Scan Path: Patented Scanning Technology

 

​True Flat Scan Path is the only solution for image degradation because it provides long-term excellence in image quality and delivers more than 300,000 images per phosphor screen.

 

iCRco imaging systems routinely process 300 patients per day with ease, whereas traditional digital systems simply cannot handle that kind of workload without constant hardware support and phosphor plate replacement.