phosphor plate

phos·phor plate

the coated plate used in place of a radiographic film cassette in a computed radiography system.
See also: selenium plate, amorphous silicon.

phos·phor plate

(fosfŏr plāt)
Coated plate used in place of a radiographic film cassette in a computed radiography system.
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The Artist Series modules feature an LED array within a mixing chamber below a separated phosphor plate.
Moreover, as reported by the Dental Trade Alliance, ScanX increased its market share to over 80% in the digital radiography phosphor plate category for the year.
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Prior Information Notice: Supply of MR equipment, Phosphor Plate Reader, cardiac ultrasound, Tissue Preparation (dewatering) automatic, microtome, Dyeing Machine etc.
Lumiramic phosphor technology utilizes a ceramic phosphor plate and Philips Lumileds' Thin Film Flip Chip (TFFC) technology.
The PHE wishes to make a full transition from film based to Phosphor Storage Plate based test packs and will require the purchase of sufficient phosphor plates (estimated at six thousand) and up to 3 x associated phosphor plate readers to extract the images from the plates.
The CR system's phosphor plate reader accommodates storage phosphor plates supplied in 8"x10", 11"x14", and 14"x17" plate sizes.
Lumiramic phosphor technology utilizes a ceramic phosphor plate and the company's new Thin Film Flip Chip (TFFC) technology.
The image quality of the needle phosphor plate and the range of available sizes means that examinations that are technically difficult on immobile patients, using a full size digital detector, are easily imaged using small cassettes but with virtually no loss of image quality.
In addition, our recently signed phosphor plate distribution agreement with Agfa will support our sales efforts by ensuring ACR-2000 users and resellers with prompt plate delivery.
Much digital growth has been fueled by a transition by many to the less expensive CR C the technology of making x-ray images with conventional x-ray equipment but in which the images are captured on reusable photostimulable phosphor plates, instead of single-use x-ray film.