Combining highly precise, cone beam 3D technology with flexible planning and treatment tools, i-CAT offers a full suite of solutions to meet your practice’s needs. You can care for your patients with greater confidence and control than ever before.
This dynamic system offers three maximum fields of view (FOV), V8, V10, and V17. Within these sizes, you also have the option to scale or collimate the scan height to capture only the area of interest per diagnostic needs for each patient. The system also provides enhanced low-dose imaging options through protocols and collimation, dedicated traditional 2D panoramic capabilities, and the feature-rich Tx STUDIO software. Start with the right FOV for your practice, and seamlessly upgrade - with no hardware changes or downtime - when you are ready to grow into new areas such as larger implant cases, airway and TMJ analysis, orthodontics and more.
i-CAT QuickScan and QuickScan+ protocols allow you to take complete 3D images at a radiation dose comparable to a 2D panoramic image*. The flexibility in scalable scan sizes further allows you to limit the dose to the patient.
Traditional 2D panoramics:
Your “2-in-1” i-CAT FLX V-Series takes a traditional 2D pan using the same high quality sensor that is used to acquire 3D scans. Using your system to capture BOTH 2D and 3D imaging assists you with your ALARA goals and helps you transition to 3D imaging at your own pace.
No Offset Scanning:
i-CAT FLX V-Series’ full-beam scanning, or PureScan™, maximizes the use of its large sensor compared to others’ smaller sensors that must be offset which leads to a sacrifice in image quality and anatomical accuracy.
- Voxel Size: .4 mm, .3 mm, .25 mm, .2 mm, .125 mm
- Collimation: Electronically controlled, fully adjustable collimation
- Scan Time: 4.8, 8.9, 14.7, 17.8, or 26.9 seconds
V8: 8cm x 5cm, 8cm x 8cm
V10: 8cm x 5 cm, 8cm x 8cm, 16cm x 4cm, 16cm x 6cm, 16cm x 8cm, 16cm x 10cm
V17: 8cm x 5cm, 8cm x 8cm, 16 cm x 4cm, 16cm x 6cm, 16cm x 8cm, 16cm x 10cm, 16cm x 11cm, 16cm x 13cm, 23cm x 17cm
- Typical Reconstruction Time: Less than 30 seconds
- Patient Position: Seated
- Unit Size: 48" (w) x 69.5" (h) x 36.37 (d)
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