The ADC Compact Plus digitizer automatically takes the cassettes from the input buffer, reads the demographic data from the memory on the cassette, scans the imaging plate, digitizes the image and returns the cassette to the output buffer for new exposures.
The input/output buffer system of the ADC Compact Plus digitizer takes up to ten cassettes at a time. A user can immediately deposit cassettes and return to the patient. Waiting times at the digitizer are eliminated and staff productivity is maximized.
The ADC Compact Plus digitizer occupies a very small floorspace and allows two users unhindered access, one at the input and one at the output, resulting in a smooth flow of operations. It is ergonomically designed to ensure an efficient and safe workplace.
The cassette buffers virtually eliminate waiting times for the staff and bring the average throughput of the system close to maximum: when cassettes are in the input buffer, the system operates automatically at maximum speed, without idle times. No-button/no-switch operation with automated cassette handling makes the ADC Compact Plus digitizer a highly productive and user-friendly system, with a throughput of 90–100 plates an hour depending on size.
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