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AeroDR Super PREMIUM 14x17 17x17 10x12 inch flat panel detector

KonicaMinolta's next generation wireless FPD
AeroDR 3 1417HD / 1717HD / 1012HQ exceeds the advantages of our current AeroDR series and incorporates new features. It is the top-of-the-line model in the AeroDR series.
High Image Quality
High Resolution, High DQE, and Lower Radiation Doses
Lightweight and Robust Structure
Powerful and Reliable Workflow
Rapid cycle time, Selectable pixel size, and Updated AeroSync® automatic exposure detection.

Lightweight and Robust Structure

New Grip Design

Weighing just 2.6 kg (including battery), the panel is light in weight, and a new grip design makes it even easier and safer to handle.

Super Monocoque Housing Structure

KonicaMinolta has developed a new detector design to provide easy handling and high durability.

Load Resistance

The AeroDR 3 panel has undergone a variety of internal tests based on some assumed extreme operating scenarios.

Bend Resistance

KonicaMinolta assumed an operating scenario in which a 130 kg patient lies on the AeroDR 3 panel main body for a bedside exposure, and designed the detector such that it would not affect the processed image or suffer internal damage.

Point Load 180kg

Surface Load 400kg

Bend Pressure 130kg

Sustain IPX6 waterproof compliance even after the panel was dropped from a height of 1.0m

The AeroDR 3 panel has cleared the durability test for water resistance after dropping it from a height of 1m.
The structure of the AeroDR 3 panel does not allow liquids to penetrate or damage the main components.

The internal test condition is that the AeroDR 3 1417HD main body is dropped once onto a concrete floor that has a 2mm-thick sheet laid on it, after which the water resistance test is conducted. Depending upon the operating conditions and detector status, the IPX6 water resistance may be lost.


Each AeroDR 3 panel has passed the MIL-STD-810G drop strength test

MIL-STD-810G is defined by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Drop strength is one of the test items(. Drop strength test : it is dropped on a total of 26 places once each from the height of 122 cm (48 inches).
The 26 places are 6 planes above plywood, 12 ridgelines, and 8 vertices.)

■Test landscape

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