High-quality one-stacker FCR reader for general radiography and also good for pediatric imaging & mammography with 50µm resolution and a dual-side reading


  • Superior image quality with 20 pixel/mm scanning pitch and FUJIFILM’s revolutionary Dual-Side Reading Technology
  • Ideal for premium image applications such as mammography and pediatric imaging
  • Compact design FCR – footprint 0.48 m2, height 1.33 m

FCR PROFECT ONE is a state-of-the-art one-stacker FCR for high-resolution digital mammography and pediatric imaging. With up to 48 images per hour scanned by Dual-Side Reading, it is a great choice for small- to medium-sized facilities demanding premium image quality or placing it as a back up unit of PROFECT CS.

DSR (Dual-Side IP Reading)

Dual-Side IP (Imaging Plate) Reading technology allows the use of a thicker phosphor layer on the IP and transparent base, thereby increasing DQE (Detective Quantum Efficiency) by collecting the emissions from both sides of the IP with optimal, spatial frequency-dependent factors.


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Processing Capacity
(35×43 IP per hour)
Matrix Size
  • 18 x 24cm (10 pixels)
    1770 x 2370
  • 24 x 30cm (10 pixels)
    2364 x 2964
  • 18 x 24cm (20 pixels)
    3540 x 4740
  • 24 x 30cm (20 pixels)
    4728 x 5928
  • 35 x 35cm (10 pixels)
    3520 x 3520
  • 35 x 43cm (10 pixels)
    3520 x 4280
  • 20 x 25cm (10 pixels)
    2000 x 2510
  • 25 x 30cm (10 pixels)
    2505 x 3015
Applicable IP Type ST-VI, HR-V, ST-BD, HR-BD
50µm Reading yes (Dual-side) (18×24/24×30)
Dimensions (reader unit, mm) (W × D × H) 655 × 740 × 1330
Weight (kg) 240
Power Consumption (kW) 0.7
DICOM Compatibility Modality Worklist, Modality Performed Procedure Step, Basic
Grayscale Print, CR Image Storage, Storage Commitment
Other Options for CR Console Electronic Shutter, Free Annotation, Image Composition, Auto-menu
Selection, LUT Adjustment, FCR QC Program, Tiling QA, Multi-
Frequency Processing, Flexible Noise Control, Grid Pattern Removal
Pattern Enhancement Processing for Mammography