Low Dose Imaging – SOLO uses CCD technology instead of CMOS to optimize image quality at low dose.
Works seamlessly within all popular imaging applications. SEE HOW
Robust USB Connection
Patent Pending technology minimizes dead area.
Result: Size 2 image area in a size 1.5 package
CCD sensors are preferred when higher reliability and superior image quality are required, particularly in low-light (low dose) situations. This is the reason why imaging satellites such as the Hubbell telescope and the US Military continue to use CCD technology when image quality and dependability are mandatory.
Most dental sensor manufacturers have transitioned to lower-cost CMOS, which is notably used in cell phone cameras. CMOS is excellent in high light situations, but have you ever noticed that your cell phone doesn’t produce good images in the dark…blame CMOS.
Jazz Imaging chose proven, more reliable and still superior CCD technology for the SOLO sensor to optimize it for low x-ray dose. Some sensor manufacturers take pride in their ability to take excellent images at high dose…this doesn’t make sense and unnecessarily puts your staff and your patient’s health at risk.
We are so confident in the SOLO low-dose performance that we guarantee it. Try the SOLO for 14 days and if you aren’t satisfied, return it for your money back.