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QuantumEye 789 | 512 slices

QuantumEye 789 | 512 slices

Overview

QuantumEye series as a high-end 512-slice CT apart from facilitating complex routine scans also has the full capability of becoming a valuable appliance in advanced researches. QuantumEye CT scanner stands out with such features, as DivineLight detector that has a Z-axis coverage up to 160 mm, the DivineArk gantry system that enables a rotation speed up to 0.25 seconds, and AI-empowered workflow. As a result, challenging clinical scans including one-stop stroke imaging, CTA scan as well as emergency CT scans have never been so easy and safe for both patients and clinicians.

QuantumEye 789 | 512 slices

Features & Benefits

DivineLight Detector Technology
DivineLight Detector Technology
The 256-row DivineLight detector combines features of 160 mm whole-organ coverage in Z-axis, enhanced DivineLight scintillator, and spherical surface design as a whole, and utilizes the bottom-up approach to improve X-ray efficiency and reduce noise to eventually deliver sharp, high-resolution images at the lowest possible dose. 

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DivineArk Gantry
DivineArk Gantry
DivineArk gantry utilises a magnetic suspension bearing (so-called “magnetic levitation”, or “Maglev”) and a direct-drive motor to achieve high-speed 0.25 s rotation speed. This technology facilitates to contact-free operation between the rotor and the stator, resulting in greater acceleration to reach the specified speed quickly in the silent mode (20dB lower than the traditional one). The use of a direct-drive motor also efficiently reduces artifacts, resulting in more stable and precise imaging.
Big Bore Aperture 80 cm
Big Bore Aperture 80 cm

The big-bore design accommodates for bariatric patients and improves the scan experience for those with claustrophobic symptoms by reducing the impression of construction. 80 cm gantry aperture satisfies space requirements of interventional treatment and CT-Simulation.

Efficient Dose Management
Efficient Dose Management

NDI NanoDose Iteration Algorithm (NDI) is an innovative iterative technique for image reconstruction that takes full advantage of deep learning in anatomical structure in image space as well as model-driven iteration involving tube and detector in projection space, with the aim to generate sharp and high-resolution images at the lowest possible dose.

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