Based on the EPSON PP- 100N incl. server with DICOM support
The new DISCUS MEDICAL ROBOT
Production system for fully automated burning and printing of CD/DVD-Media
for PACS and DICOM applications
The ADR Discus DICOM Robot is a network-based Dicom solution that enables the output of DICOM data on CDs on DVDs. Equipped with a professional CD Label Printer the ADR CD Robot not only burns your discs but also finishes off your blank media with your professionally created design.
This eliminates the risk of confusing patient data CDs.
A DICOM viewer is automatically burned onto every blank media in addition to the DICOM data in order for it to be accessible on any PC. Any desired viewer can be added to the discs.
DICOM Robots are the perfect solution for transferring patient data for example when patientsare referred toanother doctor or want to keep copies of their own medical images on so-called patient CDs. These DICOM CDs replace conventional analog films and can therefore reduce the consumables cost drastically.
The cost for each finished CD is at about 40-50 cent.
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DICOM CDs are used for:
-Viewing in the operating room
Which advantages does a digital ADR PACS system offer?
Multiple DICOM images on one disc
Recording image data onto discs while simultaneously printing a label
Spreading image data on multiple discs in case one does not suffice
The queue allows the processing of multiple jobs consecutively
DICOMDIR folder is created automatically
Lower costs than radiographic film
Complete log file that documents all assignments
Why ADR Discus ?
The ADR Discus DICOM station is more than just a conventional CD Robot. The software is the core of this unique system that operates with a fully integrated CPU. The integrated LINUX kernel makes the device’s processing absolutely safe. The encapsulated system is sealed off making unauthorized software changes impossible.
In order to grant different departments access to the DICOM Robot it is possible to connect it to several servers in a modular way. This way multiple stations in multiple departments can access the DICOM Robot without granting access to each other’s data.
Data can be sent from any DICOM device in your network to the ADR Dicom Media Server (DMS 3200). After connecting the ADR Robot to your network via Ethernet interface it can be detected by any radiological device as new DICOM output device. For this purpose use the individually assigned DICOM ID.
You can access the device from any web browser and make changes to queue of jobs like deleting or setting the priority of different jobs. Accessing all settings over the network, without having to physically be in front of the machine, can save a lot of unnecessary walking and help boost performance.
The device is preset to print a standard label showing print data. Add the company logo and image data to create a professional label design.
The label information is printed along with dynamic data such as patient name, date,device details, texts or barcodes.
Highend-printing technologies and robotics
The quality of a production system for burning and printing CD/DVD-blanks is predominantly defined by the precision and the interaction of printing-technologies, software and robotics.
Epson, in co-operation with ADR, are the only providers developing and marketing ink-jet printers and precision-robotics for industrial use. Now two core-technologies have been combined into one uniqe and professional product.
The Epson PP-100N will be used for the the DICOM solution
Economical with Single Ink Cartridges
Enjoy the benefi ts of extremely low print costs. The low purchase price of the PP-100, the large-volume ink tanks and the very long service life make this possible. One ink set can print the entire surface area of well over 1000 discs. Separate colour cartridges minimise your operating costs as only cartridges that are actually empty need to be replenished.
The Epson Discproducer™ is the perfect tool for maximising margins in the rapidly growing media production market. Whether you want to use it for an individual disc or a batch job, its high reliability, superb print quality and cost-effectiveness make it the ideal system for service providers
Discproducer™ for Clinics and practices
The switch from analogue X-ray or CT film to digital
imaging offers new possibilities for cutting process
costs and improving patient service. In areas such
as radiology, cardiology, ultrasound and CT imaging,
the medical community can supply a better service to
its patients through the use of digital data.
(PACs Software with DICOM interface)
Features You Can Count On
100 disc capacity
AcuGrip™ technology minimizes two-disc feeding
Highest quality printing in its class with MicroPiezo technology
Six individual, high capacity ink cartridges
Low-ink sensor and LED for each cartridge
Publishing speeds of up to 30 CDs and 13 DVDs/hour
Single Ink Cartridges
Compact, dust-proof rugged construction for top reliability
Easy-to-use software with label templates
Economical to operate and maintain
In kiosk mode, can automatically alternate between CD and DVD publishing
OS: Windows XP Home/Professional SP2 or later
Windows 2000 Professional SP4 or later
CPU: Pentium 4, 1.4 GHz or higher
Memory: 512 Mbytes or larger,
HDD capacity: 10 Gbytes or larger, 7200 rpm or more
For DVD-R Systems Windows 2000 or XP with NTFS Filesystem is required