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The HD Sensor is clinically usable at a wide range of exposure settings and is more consistent than all of the other sensors in the market. Practitioners benefit from a reduction of time consuming and exposure-related retakes. Also, patients benefit from the reduction of radiation exposure. With our high sensitivity sensor, you can capture diagnosable images under any condition, even when using an old X-ray source.
With a theoretical resolution of 33.78 lp/mm, the HD Sensor provides the high resolution images needed for accurate diagnosis. New noise and artifact reduction image processing provides clear and consistent images, making the HD Sensor one of the easiest to use in the market today.
The HD Sensor features one of the thinnest CMOS sensors in the world, making it easier to position within the patient's mouth. Available featured in 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 sizes, the HD Sensor provides the correct sizing options for optimal patient comfort and positioning.
Quickly and easily switch between seven new contrast filters to find your perfect diagnostic image. Higher contrast filters can be utilized for periodontics and periodontics diagnostics, while lower contrast filters can be used for carries detection and restorative dentistry. With the HD Sensor, you always have these filters at your disposal.
The HD Sensor utilizes a direct USB 3.0 connection to your PC, without the need for a cumbersome control box in the middle of the cable. With this direct connection, HD Sensor can be easily transported and utilized in multiple operatories.
|DETECTOR||PIXEL SIZE||THEORETICAL RESOLUTION||DYNAMIC RANGE||ACTIVE AREA (WxL)||DIMENSIONS (WxLxT)||THICKNESS||CABLE LENGTH|
|CMOS||14.9 um||33.78 lp/mm||12 bit||Size 1.0 : 20X30 mm
Size 1.5 : 24X33 mm
Size 2.0 : 26X36 mm
|Size 1.0 : 25.4X36.8 mm (1.00"X1.45")
Size 1.5 : 29.2X39.5 mm (1.14"X1.55")
Size 2.0 : 31.3X42.9 mm (1.23"X1.69")
|4.8 mm (0.19")||2.7 m|
* The specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
An HD Sensor is intended to collect dental x-ray photons and convert them into electronic impulses that may be stored,
viewed and manipulated for diagnostic use by dentists.
|SIZE 1.0||SIZE 1.5||SIZE 2.0|
* ACTUAL SIZES