ZEN-X was developed to simplify the entire process of acquiring radiographic images, thanks to the extraordinary ergonomic shapes, which provide maximum comfort for the patient. Chamfered edges and rounded corners adapt comfortably to the anatomical shape of the oral cavity, simplifying the positioning of the sensor. When it comes to diagnosis, to obtain images is not sufficient. And 'necessary that these images are clear and accurate. ZEN-X uses a highly sophisticated three-layer sensor, capable of capturing high-resolution images with minimal X-ray doses. Sensor tailored ZEN-X is available in two sizes, so you can choose the one that best suits your habits. The control electronics ZEN-X has a secure connector for fast reconnect to the active sensor, to easily work with both sensors 1 and 2. Centering size intraoral specific have been developed for both sizes in order to facilitate the positioning to 'interior of the oral cavity. Easy, fast, portable USB connection makes the system extraordinarily convenient and portable. The low power consumption requirements are met directly through the USB port, making unnecessary the presence of bulky power adapters. The control electronics of pocket size can be easily moved from room to room and from a fixed workstation to a portable PC. ZEN-X is compatible with the fast USB 2.0 standard, thus reducing a few moments, the time between exposure to X-rays and see a picture on the computer screen in three layers of sensor technology The acquisition of radiographic images state of the art. Consists of three different layers encapsulated in a protective shell, each layer contributes to obtaining the final image quality. The CsI scintillator Cesium Iodide intercepts first the X-ray beam converting it into visible light. E 'built using a vertical growth process that generates microstructures in the shape of column able to ensure the preservation of image quality. FOP This layer optical fiber protects the sensor from direct X-ray penetration, allowing years of use without image deterioration. Moreover, the vertical fibers preserve the image resolution while the light propagates through the three layers of the sensor. CMOS This is the acquisition device. Converts light into digital image. And 'the latest generation of digital receptors silicon, cells from 20μm and a 14bit decoding, capable of 16384 shades of gray, well beyond the intraoral imaging needs. So no detail will be lost.