The Aurora Digital X-Ray Sensor is a high quality, high durability, and high diagnostic image sensor. The Aurora intraoral sensor comes with outstanding 5 Year Accidental Protection! It is one of the fastest sensors on the market, capturing x-ray images in just 5-seconds.
Aurora Digital X-Ray Sensor
$8,200.00 – $9,200.00
50 in stock
Our 5-year protection plan is free, so you can be stress-free.
Our protection plan gives you full coverage from accidental damage and equipment failure with no deductible. Have the peace of mind knowing that your Aurora sensor is covered by a best in industry protection plan.
♦ Accidental Damage Sensor Replacement
♦ No-Charge Next Business Day Replacement
♦ Unlimited Telephone Technical Support
♦ Unlimited Online Live Remote Assistance
Free From Worry, and No Surprise Costs
Aurora stands behind its claims of quality and durability by providing the only free, comprehensive, 5-year protection plan on the market. We cover your sensor against manufacturer failures, bites, trips, kinks, and anything else except loss or intentional damage. Aurora means full confidence and no problems for at least five years with no need for an added warranty, care plan, or any other nonsense.
Top Tier Image Quality
Waterproof IP67 rated housing and stress-tested sensor cable are just the beginning of the features that set the Aurora apart from the crowd when making your sensor purchase decision.
With a 26 lp/mm theoretical resolution, the Aurora sensor is among the top of the class for image resolution. Cesium Iodide scintillators are in all of the top sensors, and the Aurora is using one of the best-manufactured scintillators on the market.
The Aurora Dental Sensor is the culmination of thousands of hours of research and development to produce a sensor with state of the art durability and image quality.
Every component in the Aurora was chosen to produce the best possible image quality and the most durable sensor, without sacrificing patient comfort or ease of use for the doctor. At 4 seconds between capture and sensor ready, the Aurora gives clinicians an ultra-fast response time to increase staff productivity.
See Dr. Tuan Pham’s Open Box Review of the Aurora Digital x-ray sensor
|PARAMETER||SIZE ONE||SIZE TWO|
|Sensor physical dimensions||(39.0 ± 0.3) mm x (25.0 ± 0.3) mm||(41.9 ± 0.3) mm x (30.4 ± 0.3) mm|
|Cable length||2 meters||2 meters|
|Image size (H × V)||20 x 30 mm||26 x 34 mm|
|Pixel size||20 x 20 µm||20 x 20 µm|
|Measured resolution||20 Lp/mm||20 Lp/mm|
|Number of total pixels||1000 (H) x 1506 (V) pixels||1300 (H) x 1706 (V) pixels|
|Number of effective pixels||1000 (H) x 1500 (V) pixels||1300 (H) x 1700 (V) pixels|
|Number of light-shielded pixels||Upper Part: 766, 768, 770; Lower Part: 1000 × 3||Upper part: 756, 758, 760; Lower part: 1300 × 3|
|Waterproof||equivalent of IP67||equivalent of IP67|
|Interface||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Dimensions||11 × 11 × 5 in|
Sensor Size 1, Sensor Size 2
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