MobiRen™ Mobile Digital X-Ray System
A mobile X-ray system for performing examinations on difficult to move patients such as those in intensive care and resuscitation wards. It is also applicable for regular use for traumatology, orthopedics, pediatrics and neonatology.
The key features of the MobiRen™ are its compact size, low weight, mobility, flexibility, and user-friendliness.
A 4 kW power supply provides high quality X-ray with minimum level of patient radiation exposure.
The system comes with a set of X-ray protective gear and an X-ray dosimeter.
MobiRen™ is available in the following configurations:
The MobiRen™ Mobile Digital X-Ray System is a lightweight, mobile, modular system that can be stowed into two rugged transportable cases. The cases are designed to withstand shock & liquid contamination per IEC IP67 standards, which ensures system safety during transport. The small size and lightweight packaged system is easily assembled and disassembled and the cases are equipped with wheels to ensure mobility.
The system is equipped with a digital wireless portable Flat Panel Detector (FPD) and radiologist/technician workstation.
The X-ray system is designed for use in remote areas, mobile and field hospitals, search and rescue operations or other emergency situations. It can also be used inside hospital departments, as a component of ambulance cars or any other application where a light weight and compact X-ray system is required. The MobiRen is powered by a standard 220V single-phase power line or other compatible power source.
The 4 kW Emitter (Monoblock) provides diagnostic quality images of all body parts in an adult patient. The Control Panel is located on the monoblock case. The emitter is equipped with a roulette wheel, rotary collimator with backlight and a remote exposure switch button.
The Lightweight Emitter Holder provides a wide range of rotations and movements of the emitter and the included wireless FPD X-ray receiver provides instant, high-quality digital images in a 35x43 cm format.
The Radiologist/Technician Workstation installed on a rugged, industrial laptop provides the radiologist a range of special digital tools to perform diagnostics quickly, accurately and efficiently. The Workstation also provides a wide range of capabilities for viewing, analyzing, communicating and storing digital images.