Regius ΣII

Regius ΣII delivers a compact tabletop model and affordable imaging solution that maintains the superior image quality and
reliability expected from our Regius family of products. Combined with the redesigned ImagePilot software,
the Regius ΣII provides simple operation and smooth workflow to a wide range of medical practitioners.

Regius Model 110

The REGIUS Model 110 is a high performance single bay CR system that can process up to 76 plates per hour (14″x17″).
A touch screen control station provides intuitive software tools for easy operation.
Compact size and space saving design highlight the REGIUS Model 110.

Regius Model 210

The Regius 210 offers a 43.75μm read function for mammography.
In combination with our C-Plate series it also ideal for paediatric use.

Regius Model 110 HQ

The Regius Model 110 HQ delivers processing performance of 80 sheets/hour. This is the smallest,
top-of-the-line Regius model with compact design. Compact and space-saving,
REGIUS MODEL 110 HQ is now supporting a high resolution read function for mammography.

AeroDR (Flat Panel Detector) Family

The AeroDR Detector is the lightest FPD in the world weighing as little as 1.7kg (10″x12″) / 2.9kg (14″ x 17″panel ) /
3.6kg (17″x17″panel) and supports wireless networking which transmits captured images to the console.
Technologists can easily perform non bucky exams such as table top or cross table projections.


AeroSync , a new X-Rat exposure synchronization technology, requires no cable connections to the X-Rat generator.
Image capture automatically begins when the AeroDR senses the X-ray exposure.
This technology is available in Konica Minolta’s wireless cassette DR system, AeroDR.
The AeroSync technology is equipped with an X-ray auto detect mode in which the panel automatically detects X-ray exposure.
The AeroSync enabled panel automatically senses an X-ray exposure automatically forms an image,
and transitions to the X-ray storage process, communication with the X-ray generator is no longer necessary.
This means that using AeroSync, even analog portable X-ray systems not fitted with digital radiography,
or “DR” interfaces can be easily upgraded into digital systems.