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A2Z Imaging Announces New DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor


This sensor can go wireless, providing the practitioner with more flexibility in the dental operatory.

Air2Zed Announces New DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor. Image credit: © Air2Zed

A2Z Imaging Announces New DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor. Image credit: © A2Z Imaging

Dental sensor and technology company A2Z Imaging has announced the launch of the DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor. This technology aims to raise the standards of image quality, convenience, and patient comfort in dental x-rays, according to a press release from A2Z Imaging.

The DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor is designed to deliver enhanced image quality, whether utilized in handheld or mounted x-ray procedures. Offering both direct-connected and wireless capabilities, this device introduces the QuickSwap™ Replaceable Cable, ensuring the protection of the sensor head and initial cable. With the QuickSwap feature, damaged 1.5m cable extensions or USB ends can be swiftly replaced, saving practitioners from costly repair and replacement expenses, per the press release.

Users can detach the QuickSwap Replaceable Cable and connect with the A2Z Imaging system for wireless functionality. Note that the A2Z Imaging system is sold separately, allowing practitioners to tailor their equipment to specific needs.

Prioritizing patient comfort, the DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor comes in 2 sizes: DUO1 and DUO2. This ensures a comfortable experience for each individual patient, from small children to large adults, during their x-ray procedures. The smooth contoured edging of the sensor facilitates optimal placement and feel. For easier integration, DUO Sensors offer a straightforward setup and are compatible with most major software brands. Whether used natively or via TWAIN, compatibility extends to popular software such as Dentrix Ascend, Carestream, DEXIS, Eaglesoft, and more, per the press release.

Inside the durable casing of the DUO Sensor lies Advanced CMOS Technology, employing coupling technology for highly detailed images. The thin profile of the sensor enables better light conversion and more effective image capture.

Purchase of the DUO Sensor comes with a standard 2-year warranty, and practitioners can opt for affordable extended warranty options to tailor protection to their specific needs. This ensures the longevity and reliability of the DUO Wireless-Ready Sensor, securing practitioners' investments in the future of dental imaging technology. To learn more about the sensor’s specific parameters, visit A2Z Imaging’s website here.

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