This complete digital imaging product line includes TFT and CMOS detector technology and a wide range of DR systems that reach today’s diverse imaging market needs.

Chicago, Illinois, November 26, 2017 – Rayence announced they will showcase their entire line of new as well as enhanced digital imaging products at this year’s RSNA.
Highlighted among its broad product offering are the latest Rayence “Clear ON” image processing-powered 127 and 140 micron C-Series Cesium Iodide and Gadolinium Oxysulfide wireless detectors.

“Clear ON” image processing, using enhanced proprietary algorithms and more robust panel electronics, maximizes image quality through noise reduction while using approximately 30% less overall dose. Ergonomically designed with tapered, recessed edges and a sure-grip backing these detectors continue to offer new levels of handling, functionality and exceptional diagnostic image quality in the X-ray room and beyond.

Along with Clear ON image processing, Rayence will be demonstrating an innovative image storage feature, Easy Drive Storage Viewer, which allows a user to quickly review an acquired image directly from the detector on any tablet or smart phone before being uploaded to a workstation. Unlike other storage mode functions available today, the Rayence Xmaru worklist with patient ID can be copied directly to a C-Series detector that greatly facilitates the tracking of multiple studies captured in storage mode.

Rayence is also presenting several full-featured digital radiographic systems for a wide variety of hospital, diagnostic imaging, orthopedic, urgent care, and podiatry as well as veterinary imaging environments. 

Requiring no special ceiling or electrical preparation, these configurations range from a floor mounted tube DR system available with auto tracking functionality to a programmable, automatic positioning U-arm. Included in the Rayence booth this RSNA is the i72w x-ray table, a unique, variable SID DR veterinary x-ray table system that provides up to a 72 inch horizontal and vertical x-ray tube orientation. Disaster image recovery will be promoted as well with Rayence Cloud Solutions that provide economical, expandable and accessible image recovery to practices who wish to store their images online or store the images and have them accessible through any browser or anywhere around the globe.


“Success, especially in the diagnostic imaging field, rises and falls quickly for so many reasons,” Bill Nicholas, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications noted. “A broad product portfolio allows you to respond to rapidly changing market dynamics,” Nicholas finished.