SmartLight to introduce new viewer at RSNA

October 13, 1999

Israeli computerized light box developer SmartLight plans to introduce a new, mid-level motorized viewer at the upcoming RSNA show. The company’s SL8000 SLX Smart Motorized Viewer carries all of SmartLight’s motorized viewer technology and is

Israeli computerized light box developer SmartLight plans to introduce a new, mid-level motorized viewer at the upcoming RSNA show. The company’s SL8000 SLX Smart Motorized Viewer carries all of SmartLight’s motorized viewer technology and is ticketed at a reasonable price, according to Robert Sohval, Ph.D., chairman of SmartLight. The unit can be configured with Smartlight’s Archive Wizard technology, a function that enables viewers to control the storage and display of images, and can be upgraded with MamPac, a mammography screening package, and ID Master, a feature giving radiologists access to their own cases with the push of a button. The Haifa, Israel-based firm received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for its first two motorized viewers, SL8000 and SL8000 DLX, in 1997 (SCAN 1/21/98).