Technology to meet the needs of all your physicians.
Revolution* CT features a unique image chain hardware with Volume HD reconstruction and next generation ASiR-V* technology to enable excellent image quality across the entire 160 mm coverage, while reducing dose up to 82%.1
Gemstone* Clarity Detector for 160 mm detector coverage.
New tube for improved spatial resolution and consistent beam quality across the full 160 mm Z-axis coverage.
New generator to support ultra fast kV switching.
Best effective temporal resolution enabled by 0.28-second rotation speed combined with intelligent motion correction for excellent cardiac imaging at any heart rate.
With the industry‘s fastest scintillator, the Gemstone Clarity Detector enables high definition imaging and ultra fast kV switching.
Miniaturized detector modules are designed to reduce electronic noise by 25% which may improve image quality and reduce artifacts in low signal conditions, as may be encountered in large patients.
Unique focally aligned detector design to overcome limitations such as cone beam artifacts associated with wide coverage.
Proprietary 3D Collimator ensures IV contrast uniformity and minimizes scatter and beam hardening artifacts associated with wide coverage systems – it reduces scatter to primary ratio by more than 50% compared to a 160 mm system with a 1D post patient collimator.
Whisper Drive system to reduce audible noise during gantry rotations by more than 50%. Future proof platform tested to support 0.2 sec/rotation, 70 g of force, and ultra fast kV switching.
Contactless slip ring to transfer data to and from the rotating side of the gantry to the stationary side through RF technology at 40 Gbps. Induction based, brushless slip ring to reliably transfer high voltage power.
1. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR-V may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location and
clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic
image quality for the particular clinical task.