XRAY Solutions delivers the most advanced and complete chiropractic digital imaging viewing solutions with its DR flat panel detectors and ChiroView software. With our extensive flat panel detector manufacturing knowledge, Rayence is able to offer a custom, retrofit DR configuration without modifying your existing equipment making installation quick and economical.

This cost-effective design allows a facility to maximize its investment. Our 17×17 inch detector gives you a full field of view not available with X-ray film or CR.


Tethered DR Flat Panel Detector

Tethered DR Flat Panel Detector 1717SCC is an economical solution that allows the user to experience the benefits of flat panel Digital Radiography.

Complete Digital XRAY Room

One of the most affordable
upright systems that incorporates safety, reliability, value, quality and ease of use. System includes features that will increase patient thru-put and minimize the time needed for exams.

Acquisition Software

Designed to provide user-friendly functionality and increase workflow, ChiroView allows image viewing to be done. Includes full spine stitching and measurement tools with in software guide

1717SCC/SGC • 17×17 Tethered Flat Panel Detector


Sthe 1717SGC/SCC is designed to provide a larger imaging area while eliminating the need to rotate the detector to capture even the widest chest or abdomen.

The detector possesses the thickness of traditional ISO 4090 film cassettes, which makes retrofitting them into standard cassette trays easy. The use of 17×17 inch detector provides more flexibility when positioning anatomy and eliminates the need to be rotated for certain.

The 1717 S-Series is constructed with Rayence’s auto-trigger signal sensing technology, removing the need for generator integration. Efficiency is improved by streamlining workflow through the elimination of the additional steps required when using film or CR.

Together with an image preview time of less than 5 seconds, patient throughput and overall productivity is increased, and the wait time for patients is decreased, providing an economical and ideal solution for any X-ray room.


Auto-Trigger Signal Sensing Technology
17×17 inch Active Area
Ideal for Table and Upright Wall Stands
Lightweight and Thin Dimensions
127um Pixel Pitch


Detection Area 17 x 17 inch
Sensor Type Amorphous Silicon with TFT
Scintillator Cesium (1717SCC) / Gadox (1717SGC)
Pixel Matrix 3328 x 3328
Pixel Pitch 127 um
A/D Conversion 14/16 bit
Resolution Max. 3.9lp/mm
Preview Time ≤ 2Sec.
Energy Range 40~150kVp
Data Output Ethernet 1Gbps
Weight 9.25lbs / 4.2kg
Dimensions 18.1 x 18.1 x 0.6in

Film/Digital Imaging Solutions • CH1 17” X 17” UPRIGHT IMAGING

TXR offers one of the most affordable upright systems that incorporates safety, reliability, value, quality and ease of use. At TXR we recognize that your time is valuable. The TXR CH1 system includes features that will increase patient thru-put and minimize the time needed for exams. Experience the TXR difference with standard features that other manufacturers option.

Our fixed 40” or 72” SID upright system further reduces the cost of ownership by eliminating the floor and wall tracks supplied on a traditional system. This configuration is ideal for any practice that has limited space and can accomplish their imaging requirements at a fixed 40” or 72” SID. Magnetic locks for vertical movement of the tube and receptor insures ease of positioning for you and your patient.


13-SM/S105C Floor Wall Mount Tube Stand
Platform tube mount, 90◦ tube rotation
Magnetic locks control vertical movement (mechanical lock for tube rotation)
10” (25.4 cm) Arm minimizes room size requirement
Angle indicator
60” (152.4 cm) Floor Track
13-BF7-GC/S109 Wall Stand
Floor wall mounted
9.75” to 72.75” (24.8 to 184.8 cm) Vertical travel
10” (25.4 cm) Arm minimizes room size requirement
Magnetic locks
17” x 17” Grid cabinet
103 line, 10:1 ratio grid
Cassette tray
E7239FX X-Ray Tube
140,000 Heat units
1.0 x 2.0 mm focal spots
Other tubes optional
CML125-0001-C Collimator
Certified manual collimator
30 to 120 second adjustable light on timer
Laser light cross hairs
LED light source
Retractable tape measure
Swivel mount
10539-20 High Tension Cables
20’ (609.6 cm) Long


14”x17” (35 x 43 cm) or 17”x17” (43 x 43 cm) Digital panel
Various grids
Tilt mechanism
14” (35.5 cm) or 23”(58.4 cm) Tube arm
96” or 120” (243.8 or 304.8 cm) Floor track
Fixed SID

Acquisition Software

The Xmaru Chiropractic Viewer is a robust viewer that comes with many features and tools for today’s chiropractors. This stand-alone viewer comes with over fifty advanced measurement tools for today’s chiropractic practice.

It is designed to provide user-friendly functionality and increase workflow. Xmaru ChiroView allows image viewing to be done in every exam room throughout the office.

The software also allows users to import DICOM images from outside facilities, burn images to a CD/DVD or USB memory stick, and print to paper. With our industry leading chiropractic measurement tools and easy to follow tutorials on how to properly apply the measurement overlays, Rayence provides Chiropractors a sensible and economical Digital X-ray solution.


This stand-alone viewer comes with the same features as the XmaruView, plus 55 more
The Xmaru ChiroViewer comes with standard features like, DICOM Send, Image Stitching, DICOM Print, Export/Import JPEG and DVD/CD Burning with viewer
For disaster recovery, the Xmaru ChiroViewer is built with features like image backup/restore functions
An important feature on the Xmaru ChiroViewer is the short tutorial for measurment tools: allowing users not familiar with how to “draw” the measurement to become complete professionals
Each tutorial explains the function and usage of the tool. In addition, you can edit and make your own description for your tools


Vastine-Kinney Method of Pineal Gland Localization
Sella Turcica Size
Basilar Angle
McGregor’s Line
Chamberlain’s Line
Macrae’s Line
Height Index of Klaus
Boogard’s Line
Boogard’s Angle
Anterior Atlanto-Occipital Dislocation Measuremen
Lumbar Spine
Intervertebral Disc Height (Hurxthal’s Method)
Intervertebral Disc Height (Farfan’s Method)
Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Angles Lumbar Lordosis
Lumbosacral Lordosis Angle
Sacral Inclination
Lumbosacral Angle
Lumbosacral Disc Angle
Lumbar Gravity Line
Lateral-Bending Sign
Meyerding’s Grading Method in Spondylolisthesis
Ullmann’s Line
Eisenstein’s Method for Sagittal Canal Measurement
Intercrestal Lineo
Cervical Spine
Atlantodental Interspace(ADI)
Method of Bull George’s Line
Posterior Cervical Line
Sagittal Dimension of the Cervical Spine Canel
Cervical Gravity Line
Cervical Lordosis (Angle of the Cervcal Curve)
Cervical Lordosis (Depth Measurement)
Cervical Lordosis (Method of Jochumsen)
Stress Lines of the Cervical Spine(Flexion)
Stress Lines of the Cervical Spine(Flexion)
Prevertebral Soft Tissueso
Thoracic Spine
Cobb’s Method of Scoliosis Evaluation
Risser-Ferguson Method of Scoliosis Evaluation
Thoracic Kyphosis
Thoracic Cage Dimension
Lower Extremity
Teardrop Distance
Hip Joint Space Width
Acetabular Depth
Center-Edge Angle
Symphysis Pucis Width
Presacral Space
Acetabularr Angle
Iliac Angle and Index
Measurements of Protrusio Acetabuli
Femoral Angle
Skinner’s Line
Axial Relationships of Knee
Upper Extremity
Glenohumeral Joint Space
Acromiohumeral Joint Space
Acromioclavicular Joint Space
Gonstead Measurements(Pelvis)
Cervical Curve