ScanX Classic
ScanX Classic

  • ScanX Classic: for practices that work with both intraoral and extraoral images
  • Accepts sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Panoramic, Cephalometric and TMJ
  • NEW design features a new body and faster engine
  • The 3.5 inch x 5.5 inch LED display shines green when the system is ready for use, and changes to an amber glow while reading the plates
  • Faster than film: a full mouth series takes less than 2 minutes with ScanX compared to 8 minutes with film
  • Achieve the highest image quality: delivers 18 line pairs/mm and 1100 dots per inch - ScanX packs in all the details to aid your diagnosis
  • PSP imaging plates are wireless, flexible, wafer-thin, reusable thousands of times, inexpensive, reach places hard sensors cannot and do not require costly replacement insurance like hard sensors
  • Made for every patient: children and elderly - and everyone in between
  • Requires no time-wasting chemical processor maintenance
  • Requires no money-wasting chemicals
  • Requires no space-wasting chemical processor, darkroom or film storage cabinets
  • Pair ScanX with sensors for a "hybrid" and complete digital solution

This do-everything four track system can read images simultaneously from 4 PSPs in seconds. ScanX Classic accepts intraoral PSP sizes 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 and extraoral Pan, Ceph, and TMJ PSPs. With ScanX PSPs, you never miss important structures due to their larger, 100% active diagnostic area. This means increased diagnostic capabilities along with greater patient comfort thanks to these wireless, wafer-thin PSPs.

  • Weight: 51 lb (23.1 kg)
  • Electrical: Universal 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Resolution: Up to 18 lp/mm (depending on scanning mode/pixel size selected) (1,1000 dpi)
  • Theoretical resolution: 40 lp/mm (2000 dpi)
  • Ports: USB
  • Laser classification: Class I Laser Product, compliance with FDA HHS 21 CFR 1040.10 and IEC 60825-1
  • Imaging medium: Phosphor storage plates. Intraoral sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4. Panoramic sizes 5" x 12" and 6" x 12" (15 cm x 30 cm). Cephalometric sizes 8" x 10". TMJ size 5" x 7".