RadPRO® OMNERA® 50 Veterinary Digital Radiographic System

Product description

Equipped with Canon Detectors

Canon Knows Imaging
Partner with a leader in healthcare imaging. Virtual Imaging, a Canon company, provides medical imaging solutions for veterinary care that produce exceptional DR images and incorporate large-area detection with high sensitivity. High-quality imaging combined with industry-leading protocols and equipment can help veterinary practitioners make a better world for pets and their families.

Key System Components

  • Canon CXDI-501G or CXDI-501C DR Flat Panel Detector 
  • Canon CXDI Control Software NE
  • Unique, integrated touch-screen workstation with single-user interface, handles, and various mounting options for ease-of-use 
  • Integrated tube stand with fixed source to image-receptor distance (SID) 
  • Angulating tube arm 
  • 30 kW anatomically programmed high-frequency generator; optional 32 or 40 kW generator available Generator console mounts to wall 
  • Available with stationary, 2-way float or optional 4-way float table top

Cost-effective and complete

The RadPRO OMNERA 50 System is a total imaging solution with rich features designed specifically for veterinarians. It gives you all of the imaging capabilities you need for your companion animals.

The system combines a space-saving and integrated table/tube stand with a Canon CXDI-501G or CXDI-501C DR Flat Panel Detector. You also get an industry-unique computer/ workstation solution and an easy-to-use software solution developed specifically for Canon Digital Radiography Detectors. Canon CXDI Control Software NE gives you intuitive operation and minimal steps that help you save time and optimize workflows.

Low Dose

Virtual Imaging is helping take veterinary care into the future with the RadPRO OMNERA 50 Veterinary Digital Radiographic System. The difference is in the Canon CXDI detector. Used in veterinary universities and over 3,000 veterinary practices, the flat-panel detector offers high pixel resolution with low radiation exposure to patients.