This next-generation table-top model replaces CARESTREAM’s current model, DRYVIEW 5850 Laser Imager – at a lower price! In addition, the DRYVIEW 5950 utilizes the same cartridge film package used in many DRYVIEW Imager models. (ex.5700/6850/8900/8700/8150)
Service: Training programs are available on-line for DRYVIEW 5950 at a minimal charge to TI-BA x-ray service providers. Similar to the DRYVIEW 5700 service offerings, our first web based service course, we offer two programs based on whether prior training has been completed. Included in both courses is a mammography module.
Quick Guide for DryView
Laser Imager Model Recommendation to Customers:
• Low tier: recommend the DRYVIEW 5700 for < 10,000 films per year
• Mid-tier: recommend the new DRYVIEW 5950 for up to 20,000 films per year
• High tier: recommend the DRYVIEW 6850 for high volume needs
• Low volume film & paper & color printing needs – DRYVIEW Chroma
DryView 5950 FEATURES
Laser image quality Every image on every film size is printed using true laser technology. Automatic Image Quality Control (AIQC) uses a built-in densitometer to maintain film-to-film consistency.
Broad printing capabilities Print from CR, DR, CT, MR, PACS Viewers and other grayscale medical film applications.
CR & DR compatibility Fully compatible with the CARESTREAM CR and DR Systems, the DRYVIEW 5700 Laser Imager is ideal for dispersed or remote printing applications from computed radiography or digital radiography systems.
Ease of operation No daily or weekly preventive maintenance is required on print heads or film transport rollers to optimize image quality. A simplified user interface, room light film loading, and easy film loading further facilitate use.
Technology Photothermographic (dry laser)
DryView Laser Imager Quality True laser technology 325 pixels per inch; 78 micron laser spot spacing
Throughput Up to 45 – 85 films per hour (film size dependent) Smaller film sizes print faster
DRYVIEW Laser imaging Film Blue or clear 7-mil polyester base Daylight-load film cartridges 125 sheets/cartridge Lifetime (100+ years) film archivability addresses demanding requirements (oncology, pediatrics, etc.) Printed film images with a standard Dmax of 3.0 on blue base film
Choice of Film Sizes 14 x 17 in. (35 x 43 cm) 11 x 14 in. (28 x 35 cm) 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm)
Network Connectivity Integrated DICOM interface supports printing from DICOM print modalities Connect non-DICOM modalities using Kodak PACS Link Medical Image Managers
Network connection 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet connection to imager (supports jumbo frame)
Dimensions/Weight Height: 19 in. (47 cm) Width: 24 in. (61 cm) Depth: 26 in. (66 cm) Weight: 120 lb. (54 kg)
Power 180–264 VAC; 50/60 Hz; maximum 4.5 amps
Operating Environment Temperature: 59 to 91°F (15 to 33°C) Humidity: 20 to 80% RH, non-condensing Magnetic field: < 50 Gauss Altitude: –100 to 10,000 ft (–30.5 to 3,048m)