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Agency : Biomedicum Imaging Unit, Institute of Biomedicine, University of Helsinki
212010-08-21 is to contract the supply, installation, configuration and maintenance of an Integrated Information System for Diagnostic Imaging (PACS + RIS) as well as the equipment and licenses required for all executive units in the Social Security Department (CSS) at national level, the supply, installation, and implementation of radiological equipment and corrective and preventive maintenance of Imaging Units.
The ProtoCOL 2 is an ergonomically designed imaging unit with dark screens to eliminate ambient light effects and improve imaging results.
Other consumables included the fuser roll with an estimated life of 20,000 images and a price of $69 and the color imaging unit with an estimated life of 12,500 images and a cost of $199.
Each Imaging Unit yields 3000 Prints at 5% Imaging Area.
Despite doubting peers, he pursued the commercial potential of mobile magnetic resonance Imaging units.
Unterberger as president of its Digital & Applied Imaging unit.
DeJong and his 15-member staff did their homework, and all of their research led them to one conclusion: the KODAK NEXPRESS SX2700 Digital Production Color Press, with the award winning KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions, would provide them with the advantage they needed to differentiate DeJong Printing from its competition and realize their digital goals.