The QuickRay dental x-ray sensor gives you the highest resolution and clarity! QuickRay connects directly to your computer’s USB port — no interface box needed!
The QuickRay sensor is the fastest sensor on the market! View X-rays in USB 2.0 High Speed Mode in only 3 seconds.
QuickRay rounded corners and smooth edges optimize patient comfort. QuickRay intraoral sensors are thin (less than 1/4″) and contain a CMOS image sensor chip, CsI Scintillator, electronic circuits, shielding foils and shock absorbers. Tough polyamide housings have durable replaceable polyurethane cables with ergonomically placed connectors.
Imaging Software Options
- All QuickRay sensor kits are delivered with a trial version of Apteryx XVLite software.
- QuickRay Connect is available for users of Dexis, Schick, Kodak, VixWin or other common products.
- QuickRay Mac is available for users of MacPractice or RadioVision.
Warranty Against Defect
We guarantee our sensors against defect during the warranty period, which is 24 months. Should a problem arise, we’ll overnight a loaner to the customer for a nominal fee while the sensor is tested at the factory. If it’s defective, we’ll replace it with a new sensor.
Nobody Beats Denterprise!
We guarantee the best value in digital sensors. We compared ownership costs over a five-year period—purchase price, warranty fees, tech support, and replacement cost—to prove we deliver better value than any other vendor.
Today’s modern operatory is going digital. Dental professionals are moving beyond analog film, phosphor plate and digital boxes, and are embracing digital technology that allows direct display of quality x-ray images instantly from the moment they’re captured.
The QuickRay Digital Sensor is the fastest intraoral sensor on the market. For intraoral imaging, state-of-the-art means digital CMOS technology with direct USB 2.0 connectivity. Its greatest advantage is gain in time. X-ray images project directly onto the dentist’s computer screen in just three seconds.
Our sensors are designed and manufactured in Europe and are available in sizes appropriate for children (size 1) or adults (size 2).
- Image Quality
- Less Graininess
- Industry-Leading Contrast Resolution
- Industry-Leading Spatial Resolution
- Patient Comfort
- Rounded corners
- Thin Sensor Plate
- Low Profile Button
- Designed For Durability
- Thinner Cord — Direct USB sensor to computer
- Sturdier Cord Jacket
- Protected Against Fluids/Contaminants
- Safer Vertical Bitewings
- Repair Option
- Ergonomic Design
- Broad Range of Acceptable Exposure
- Snag-Resistant Cord
- Easy Cabling
- Standard Holder Systems
- Easier Cleaning
CMOS technology with scintillator
2 Sensor Sizes (#1 & #2)
4096 grayscale levels (12-bit image)
Direct USB Connection
No Data Box
No external power connection
Built in USB 2.0 Interface
Plug and Play functionality
Two sensors may be operated at the same time
Image transfer and control via computer system
Multi-Length sensor cables available
12 bit image digitalization
16 bit uncompressed image file
Well-defined software interface standard or 2×2 binned imaging modes
Intelligent Auto Trigger
Theoretical Resolution of 26.3lp/mm
Real Resolution of >20.00lp/mm or 0.05mm image detail
Scintillator: CSI depositing on fiber-less sub-strate
2 Year Warranty
CMOS chip material
Leading Image Quality
Rounded Corners for Patient Comfort
Replaceable sensor cord
QuickImage standard software
Number of Installations: 6,000+
Supports MAC: No
Bridges to major softwares: Yes
Recommended Exposure: 65KVP, 0.08msec
Direct or Indirect: Direct
Sensor Chip Material: CMOS
Sensor Resolution (lp/mm): 26.3
Sensor attachment to base: Direct
Sensor Connection: USB
Time from exposure to image: ~3-5 seconds
Image Size: 3MB – 5MB
DICOM compliant: Yes