The Juno DRF 2-in-1 solution is everything you need for digital radiography and fluoroscopy applications, in one system. With its dual imaging mode and open access design, it enhances room utilization and is ideal for bariatric studies.
Our electronic flat detector offers excellent image quality in both radiography and fluoroscopy exams. A high spatial resolution of 148 microns for radiography exams, and up to 30 frames per second for fluoroscopy procedures, enables a full spectrum of applications with just one detector.
Broad application spectrum enhances return on investment
Expand room utilization by performing both digital radiography and fluoroscopy exams in one room, including all common radiographic procedures, gastro-intestinal studies, tomography and vascular studies. Higher capacity in fluoroscopy and an enhanced application spectrum in digital radiography can help decrease maintenance and personnel training costs.
Automatic positioning || Efficient workflow
Automatic positioning reduces prep time
When you choose an exam, Juno DRF can automatically position table, SID, tilt, angulations, and collimation geometry according to its pre-selected parameters. This helps you realize a reduction in exam preparation time.
Easy access || Patient comfort
Easy access reduces need for repositioning
The very low table top height of 63 cm (23") facilitates easy transfer and positioning of patients. A scan range of 203 cm (79.9") without table top movement reduces the need to reposition the patient. Juno DRF has a large table top size and a patient capacity of up to 284 kg (626 lb) in all movements, allowing for bariatric examinations.
Large field of view || Versatile solution
Large field of view for exceptional patient coverage
Our large 43 cm x 43 cm (17" x 17") electronic flat detector allows exceptional patient coverage for different exam types, 50% more than a 16" image intensifier.
Motorized tilting tube || Efficient workflow
Motorized tilting tube for exam flexibility
Juno DRF features motorized tilting (-90°/+90°) for increased flexibility in applications. Its tilting tube mechanism (with mechanical bar) enables tomography and oblique projections in any table position.
High source-to-image distance || Versatile solution
High source-to-image distance provides exam flexibility
The Juno DRF supports an extensive range of exams because of its high source-to-image distance (SID) of up to 180 cm (71"). For example, a chest study may be done in a 90° upright table position. An automatic grid selection feature eliminates the need to carry grids around the examination room.
Digital workflow || Efficient workflow
Digital workflow reduces waiting time
Digital radiography/fluoroscopy eliminates the need to handle cassettes or wait for film processing. The digital environment provides a smooth, accelerated workflow. Your images are immediately available, and your patients spend less time waiting.
Optional image stitching || Efficient workflow
Optional image stitching for spine and legs reconstruction
The optional image stitching function allows you to acquire up to three images automatically. It helps save time for spine and legs reconstructions.