Beam QA Instruments

QA BeamChecker™ Plus Reliable, Uncomplicated Daily QA

Easier daily QA with simple, fast, and reliable measurements using automatic energy detection.

Reliable, Uncomplicated Daily QA

Perform routine daily QA measurements for traditional linear accelerators and rotational VMAT systems including those from Varian, Elekta, and Accuray.

Fast and Easy

Reduce unnecessary trips to the treatment room. Adaptable technology with enhanced features including advanced modules.

High Dose Rate Compatibility

Rotational and dynamic QA with dose rates up to 2400 MU/min.

Intuitive Communication Software

A straight out of the box solution with powerful reporting and easy to use communication software.

Software-free QA

Standard Imaging's expertise in ion chambers, phantoms and electrometers is the foundation for the innovative QA BeamChecker Plus. Integral build up and automatic energy detection allows the QA BeamChecker Plus to operate independently from its QA management software without the use of wires or cables. Radiation Therapists can deliver beam energies in any order, allowing for fast, intuitive morning QA in up to 9 treatment rooms.

Video

QA BeamChecker Plus Overview

This video demonstrates the basic usage of the QA BeamChecker Plus, including placement on the couch, collection and automatic detection of the energy, and downloading the data for review.

We have the QA BeamChecker Plus at three sites. It is the best device I have used in 25 years as a medical physicist.

Al Foster, PhD

Senior Medical Physicist

BeamChecker is a great device. For the therapist there is no software or cables that need to run every morning. This allows for quick and easy warmups. With the customized options we can check wedge placement and a VMAT test case every morning. BeamChecker is a smart and simple device. We have been using it since 2012 and are very pleased with its performance.

Ben Robison

Medical Physicist

My therapists threatened to mutiny if they weren't allowed to buy the QA BeamChecker Plus.

Michael J. Tallhamer

Medical Physicist