Schick Technologies, Inc. has developed "breakthrough technology" with the advent of its new CMOS sensors. Designed exclusively for use with the Schick Computed Dental Radiography (CDR™) system, the new Schick Active Pixel Sensor (APS) is said to be the first dental X-ray sensor to utilize advanced CMOS technology, providing a myriad of benefits over conventional CCD sensors, including 25 percent higher resolution and a more consistent X-ray image.
Schick APS sensors incorporate state-of-the-art, 32-bit PCI architecture, enabling high-speed data transfer with fewer wire connections for optimum reliability.
Schick APS sensors are more durable than conventional CCD sensors, and they maintain a higher compatibility tolerance for use with older X-ray sources.
For details on the new Schick APS Sensor with CMOS technology, call Schick Technologies at (888) 4-SCHICK.