All the advantages of the digital systems on the Strato 2000 platform
Strato 2000 Full Digital incorporates all the advantages of the CCD technology, getting the best out of the features inherent to the Strato 2000 series, such as HF generator, motorized column, multi-motor movement, face-to-face positioning, laser beams for maximum patient positioning accuracy. Strato 2000D will set you free from films, cassettes, chemicals and all costs related to their handling and disposal. Moreover, the reduction of retakes ? resulting in higher patient throughput ? will significantly reduce examination costs, guaranteeing a quick return on investment, with the additional benefit of giving a better service to your patients.
The system employs a state-of-the-art high resolution CCD sensor with a CsI (Cesium ? Iodide) scintillator screen providing for exceptional sharpness and image quality. Images are transferred to the PC in real time via a high speed USB 2.0 connection and can be seen appearing on the screen during the rotation of the unit. There is no need for dedicated image acquisition boards, making it possible to operate Strato 2000 Full Digital using a laptop.
Freedom of use
Strato 2000 Full Digital offers the innovative feature to acquire images without direct connection to a PC, thanks to a Compact Flash memory card slot included in sensor assembly. Images acquired in this operating mode are stored on the Compact Flash card and can be transferred to any PC at your convenience after the acquisition, by inserting the memory card into an appropriate card-reader.
Excellent diagnostic value
Using dedicated filters and functions, such as edge enhancement, magnification, contrast, brightness and gamma adjustment, measurement, printing, archiving and other again, the powerful and user-friendly post-processing QuickVision software makes it possible to extract useful diagnostic information even from images with incorrect exposures, thereby reducing the need for re-takes.
NEW: Digital Ceph arm with dual detector
Strato 2000 can be fitted with a cephalometric arm with a second detector dedicated to ceph examinations, so that the unit is always ready for use, without the need of having to move the digital sensor and thereby eliminating the risk of damage due to shocks or dropping the sensor itself.
The digital cephalometry is based on a linear scanning technique, obtained maintaining the focus in a fixed position. That's why Strato 2000 Digital guarantees the same projection geometry as if using film.
Strato 2000 Full Digital in basic version includes panoramic, hemipanoramic and child panoramic examination programs. The scope of application can be further extended with the optional DXP (Digital eXtended Programs) package that adds the following programs: