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ODAK Point-of-Care CR 360 System

The next generation of affordable, performance-rich computed radiography

The KODAK Point-of-Care CR 360 System is the next generation in computed radiography solutions designed to fit the needs of small to medium-sized healthcare facilities and clinics. This new CR system provides fast and easy access to quality images at an affordable price. The small footprint provides the capability to perform diagnostic imaging functions at the point of patient care. Users can choose from different scanning modes and image looks to suit their clinical application.
This compact system includes a single-plate CR reader, flexible phosphor screens, and a PC-based review station. It is suitable for both, centralized and decentralized workflow environments and can be used right in the exam room.

Flexibility and Versatility

The Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360 System is a robust, lightweight tabletop system that provides throughput of over 60 plates per hour (14 x 17 cassette), with optional high-resolution scanning modes. With the flexibility to choose from five different image looks, you are able to customize your image preferences for different exams.

Mounted on a wheeled Z-cart (optional), it can be conveniently rolled into any situation where instant digital images are needed, and because it is lightweight, the Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360 System is a perfect fit for mobile applications.


The Kodak Quality Control Software, that drives the Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360 System, is designed to streamline clinical workflow and maximize productivity.


Kodak Image Processing is used on the Kodak Point-of-Care CR 360 System and is designed to provide high-quality images that meet your diagnostic needs.

Connectivity and Scalability

With its DICOM 3.0 capabilities, the system can be seamlessly integrated with a broad variety of printers, modality equipment, RIS and PACS systems.



Up to 61 cassettes per hour (14 x 17 in.)

Time to First Image

38 seconds

Grayscale Resolution

Acquisition: 16 bits per pixel Display: 12 bits per pixel


(H x W x D) 13.2 x 29.5 x 21.9 in. (33.7 x 75 x 55.5 cm)


86 lbs (39 kg)


Integrated acquisition and PACS connectivity including: image analysis, archiving, and seamless remote image communications, built on scalable, user-friendly DICOM 3.0 software platform Bone mineral densitometry: OsteoGram

software and cassette with template (only on Windows XP Professional

operating system Optional Software: Modality Work List (MWL), CD/DVD Writing Software, Dental Package

Power RequirementSingle-phase 50/60 Hz, 100–240 VAC, 4A

Safety and Regulatory Approvals


Environmental Operating Conditions

Operating conditions: 15 to 30 degrees C (59 to 86 degrees F), 15 to 76% RH (Non Condensing) Storage conditions: –23 to 66 degrees C (–10 to 150 degrees F), 5 to 86% RH (Non Condensing)

Cassette Sizes

Cassette Pixel Matrix Cassettes Size Size per Hour

Standard Resolution 14 x 17 in. 2180 x 2660 61 14 x 14 in. 2180 x 2180 65 11 x 14 in. 1700 x 2180 74

High Resolution 14 x 17 in. 4048 x 4932 44 14 x 14 in. 4048 x 4048 46 10 x 12 in. 2868 x 3460 56 9.5 x 9.5 in. 2728 x 2728 63 8 x 10 in. 2280 x 2872 60 24 x 30 cm 2704 x 3404 59 15 x 30 cm 1660 x 3404 73