AIRIS Light

Brings you to a new field

Hitachi has brought ‘Open-MRI’ one step further in its evolution to provide assistance to medical professionals who work at the forefront of healthcare.
With AIRIS Light, we have achieved a break-through in price performance whole-body MRI, providing new imaging technologies and work flow solutions that improve the efficiency of your examinations while maintaining a high cost performance. Moreover, AIRIS Light’s compact size allows it to be easily fitted into multiple examination environments.
With powerful gradients, the AIRIS Light allows to perform a virtually unlimited variety of advanced imaging techniques, including those previously associated exclusively with high-field MRI (f.e. fat-saturation/CHESS and Radial Acquisition Regime/RADAR). Even with high patient throughput, its image quality is uncompromised.

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  • 0.25T
  • Two Pillar design
  • 210° opening to the front, 70° opening to the rear
  • Powerful gradients
  • Small footprint
  • Laterally aligned patient table
  • Patient-friendly design
  • Advanced applications (Fat Sat, RADAR)
  • Complementary or stand alone system
  • Low accoustic noise level
  • SENTINEL™ remote monitoring for maximum uptime
  • Technical cabinet only – no water cooling
  • Average power consumption of only 2.5 kW
Flexible Body Coil
Flexible Body Coil
Joint Coil
Joint Coil
Multiple Array Knee Coil
Multiple Array Knee Coil
QD Wrist Coil
QD Wrist Coil
QD Shoulder Coil
QD Shoulder Coil
C-Spine Coil
C-Spine Coil
Mutiple Array Head Coil
Multiple Array Head Coil
Knee - Sagittal T2 FSE scan with high resolution acquisition and reconstruction matrix and thin slices shows slightly injured ASL ligament and all details of anatomy of the joint
Knee - Sagittal T2 FSE scan with high resolution acquisition and reconstruction matrix and thin slices shows slightly injured ASL ligament and all details of anatomy of the joint
Brain - FLAIR axial scan with RADAR (Radial Acquisition Regime) motion compensation technique enables clear and motion-free imaging
Brain - FLAIR axial scan with RADAR (Radial Acquisition Regime) motion compensation technique enables clear and motion-free imaging
Shoulder - Coronal T2 WFS (Fat Water Separation) technique provides images with fat signal separated in SE, GE and FSE sequences
Shoulder - Coronal T2 WFS (Fat Water Separation) technique provides images with fat signal separated in SE, GE and FSE sequences
Lumbar Spine - Sagittal T2 FSE - Large 350mm field of view allows complete lumbar and sacral spine visualization
Lumbar Spine - Sagittal T2 FSE - Large 350mm field of view allows complete lumbar and sacral spine visualization
Wrist - Coronal T2 * Gradient Echo the lateral patient table enables easy positioning and optimal image quality
Wrist - Coronal T2 * Gradient Echo the lateral patient table enables easy positioning and optimal image quality
Foot - Saggital T2 FatSepFSE provides homogenous fat supression for confident imaging results
Foot - Saggital T2 FatSepFSE provides homogenous fat supression for confident imaging results