|Pro-Fluo 150 Fluoroscopy Test Tool.|
The Pro-Fluo 150 Phantom is dedicated for acceptance and constancy tests of radiography and fluoroscopy equipment
according to the new DIN 6868-150 standard.|
It can be used to measure:
Technical data:(can be modified to customer specifications):
-dimensions: 308 x 308 x 18,5mm
-1.5mm thick copper plate with mesh pattern embedded in PMMA
-Total PMMA Thickness: 17mm
-17-step copper wedge (thickness 0.0mm to 3.48mm) with additional low contrast details (4mm diameter)
-8 low contrast elements (10mm diameter)
-Pattern for line pair resolution evaluation (from 0.6 to 5.0 LP/mm)
-Markings to determine the size and position of the effective radiation field
Cone for perpendicular X-Ray beam control in the range of 0° ÷ 1.5° - See 02-306.
Optional Rack for mounting on Bucky grid wall stands. It allows for precise and safe positioning - See 02-301.
Complies with: – IEC 61223-3-1, – DIN 6868-150, CE certified, Manual provides detailed guidelines for carrying out each test, results assessment and registration.
|NEMA XR21 Performance Phantom.|
The phantom has been designed in accordance with the NEMA XR21 standard. This modular phantom made of PMMA consists of
several plates allowing variation of phantom thickness setup in steps of 25 mm, up to a total of 300 mm, simulating a
range of patient sizes.|
This phantom can be used to measure:
Most technical data can be custom modified to customer specifications.
Additional Product Features:
Complies with the following standards:
– NEMA Standards Publication (NU 1-2001) Performance Measurements of Scintillation Cameras.CE certified.
– NEMA Standards Publication (NU 1-2012) Performance Measurements of Scintillation Cameras.
– AAPM Report No. 15 - Performance Evaluation and Quality Assurance in Digital Subtraction Angiography.
– Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging Committee/Digital Radiography/ Fluorography Task Group.
– Report NO. 60 Instrumentation Requirements of Diagnostic Radiological Physicists.
– Report NO. 31 by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
The included manual provides detailed guidelines for carrying out each test, results assessment and registration.
|General R/F QC Phantom.|
The R/F QC Phantom is designed to provide the diagnostic radiologic technologist with an accurate, easy-to-use tool for evaluating the image quality and performance of standard diagnostic radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging systems.
For fine-tuning of radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging systems, it is recommended that the phantom be imaged at least monthly on all radiographic and fluoroscopic equipment. To attain the most accurate, up-to-date quality control information, a daily or weekly frequency is preferable. When used daily, the R/F QC Phantom will allow the technologist to quickly determine whether the equipment is functioning correctly. This easy-to-use phantom allows the user to complete the suggested protocol in approximately 5 minutes or less, when used on a standard R/F system. Once the phantom is imaged, simply graph the results to determine any trends that may indicate a degradation of imaging system performance, such as a steady but slow change in the fluoro kVp or in the radiographic mAs.
Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 0.56 in (t) (17.78 x 17.78 x 1.42 cm)
Weight: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
|Pro-RF Fluo 18 Performance Phantom.|
Pro-RF Fluo 18 Phantom for evaluation of imaging performance of fluoroscopic systems.|
This phantom allows for brightness and contrast adjustments, circular geometry check (scanning linearity) plus wide-range low-contrast and high-contrast resolution evaluation.
Available in two standard layouts plus any custom configuration.
Technical data (can be modified to customer specifications):
Complies with: – IEC 61223-3-1, – IPEM Report 91 (2005): Recommended Standards for the Routine Performance , Testing of Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging Systems published by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine. CE Certified, Manual provides detailed guidelines for carrying out each test, results assessment and registration.
|Fluoro Resolution Mesh Performance Phantom.|
Test phantom for evaluation of high contrast resolution of fluoroscopy system in one exposition.|
Two options, each consists of eight patterns of wire mesh in a pie shape.
Technical data: (Can be modified to customer specifications)
– For Standard Systems: 16, 20, 24, 30, 35, 40, 50, 60
– For Higher Resolution Systems: 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150
Complies with: – IEC 61223-3-1, CE certified, Manual provides detailed guidelines for carrying out each test, results assessment and registration.
|Fluoroscopic Resolution Test Tool.|
The Fluoroscopic Resolution Test Tool is a plastic plate containing eight groups of copper and brass mesh screening.
Three models are offered, each with a different resolution. They are arranged in an irregular and non-sequential
rotation to permit better visualization of the different resolution patterns. These test tools provide a quick method to
check an Image Intensifier or video system resolution. The tool provides a quick, easy-to-use method for testing
radiographic and fluoroscopic equipment. Clearly marked sections of the tool identify the number of lines of wire mesh
per inch in that segment. Four low-contrast "targets" of 2 mm, 4 mm, 6 mm, and 8 mm, a "contrast" square, two monitor
adjustment squares, and a copper attenuator to simulate the attenuation of a small adult are also present.|
|Rad/Fluoro Contrast Resolution Test Tools.|
Ludlum RD/FL Phantoms are easy-to-use tools to quickly assess general radiographic and fluoroscopic image quality and
the performance of a standard imaging system. The ability to measure contrast and resolution in one exposure allows the
tester to quickly determine whether or not the system is working correctly.|
The Model L-647 phantom has six mesh patterns ranging from 20 to 100 lines per inch. Surrounding the mesh pattern are four low-contrast targets of varying diameters (2 mm, 4 mm, 6 mm, and 8 mm.
The Model L-656's centered contrast scale and line pair resolution insert allows simultaneous evaluation of the resolution, contrast, and density uniformity.