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Trex begins sales of digital chest unit

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The Continental division of Trex Medical of Danbury, CT, has started selling Trex 4000M, a new digital chest x-ray system based on technology developed by Imix of Finland. Trex 4000M uses charge-coupled devices to capture 2K x 2K images with 16 bits of

The Continental division of Trex Medical of Danbury, CT, has started selling Trex 4000M, a new digital chest x-ray system based on technology developed by Imix of Finland. Trex 4000M uses charge-coupled devices to capture 2K x 2K images with 16 bits of depth. Trex gained U.S. rights to the system in July through an agreement with Advanced Instrument Development of Melrose, IL, Imix's U.S. manufacturer.

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