MII Launches New Portable X-Ray Systems at NAPXP 2015


Medical Imaging Innovations will be introducing their new line of portable X-Ray systems, the Phantom HF200 and HF400 at the National Association of Portable X-ray Providers (NAPXP) Annual Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, NV, from November 1st through November 4th.

The new Phantom is the most lightweight and powerful portable x-ray system on the market.  Weighing only 92 lbs (41.7kg) the design enables the Phantom to be transported and accessed with ease. Paired with the Atlaim ATAL 9 DR System, acquire high-resolution full-field images in five seconds. The Phantom HF Series sets the new standard for portable x-ray imaging.

The Phantom HF200 and HF400 is extremely lightweight and has superior power output with 2kW (50mA)/ 4kW(100mA), respectively. This new cutting edge design makes this line the lightest and most powerful portable X-Ray system on the market, with the highest power performance per pound!

The Phantom HF200 and HF400 are available with the Atlaim ATAL 9 full-field digital radiography system with high resolution, instant images in less than five seconds. The Altaim ATAL 9, is a lightweight 17″x17″ DR system available in either tethered or wireless configurations and features:

  • Lightweight Design (<7 lbs)
  • Automatic Calibration Control (ACC)
  • Automatic Exposure Detection (AED)
  • GadOx (GOS) or low dose Cesium Iodide (CsI) Scintillator
  • 139 micron image quality (3072 x 3072 pixels)
  • 802.11ac Wireless Connectivity
  • HDMI Tether, for easy backup and replacement (standard on tethered system)

Equipped with Z-View acquisition software, a user-friendly interface with impressive image quality and full DICOM connectivity, the Atlaim ATAL 9 is the ideal detector the lightweight Phantom HF Series!


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