• SuniRay2 Intraoral Digital X-Ray Sensor
    PERFECTLY BALANCED
    DIGITAL SENSOR DESIGN

    That's what we set out to accomplish with the SuniRay2 dental x-ray generator. And with excellent image quality, durability, and industry-leading low radiation levels, SuniRay2 more than achieves it.

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We’re currently offering a SuniRay2 and imaging software package at our lowest price ever.

Advanced Imaging Software

Advanced Imaging Software

Comprehensive, easy-to-use digital imaging software

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Excellent Image Quality

Excellent Image Quality

Captures high-quality digital x-rays every time

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Enhanced Durability

Enhanced Durability

Exceptional digital sensor performance that’s built to last

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Easy Integration

Easy Integration

Designed to seamlessly integrate with your entire practice

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Low Radiation

Low Radiation

The lowest exposure levels among all digital sensors

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Optimal Patient Comfort

Optimal Patient Comfort

Thin digital sensors with rounded corners for easy positioning

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Perfectly balanced digital sensor design—that’s what we set out to accomplish with SuniRay2. And with excellent image quality, durability, and industry-leading low radiation levels, SuniRay2 more than achieves it. SuniRay2 provides practitioners with maximal intraoral x-ray image quality and superior diagnostic capabilities while maintaining the lowest radiation levels among all digital sensors. It’s a complete digital imaging system that seamlessly integrates with your entire practice.



Excellent Image Quality


State-of-the-Art Design

The advanced Suni CMOS chip, specially designed scintillator screen and 1.2 mm fiber optic plate ensure a high-quality digital x-ray for dentist evaluation every time.


Exceptional Balance

It strikes the perfect balance between high line-pairs per millimeter, signal-to-noise ratio, and low optimal radiation exposures.


Feature-Rich Software

User-friendly Prof. Suni software provides an array of preset filters and automatic image enhancement to complement SuniRay2’s high-quality x-rays. This not only helps you maximize your diagnostic capabilities but also helps you manage and store the resulting images appropriately without any processing or filing time. The SuniRay2 also integrates with existing imaging software for maximum flexibility.


Radiograph of Teeth Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor Radiograph of Teeth with Fillings Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor Radiograph of Tooth with Crown Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor Radiograph of Dental Implants Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor Radiograph of Teeth Taken with SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor Radiograph of Teeth with Fillings Taken with SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor Digital X-Ray of Tooth with Crown Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor Radiograph of Tooth with Crown Taken with SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor Radiograph of Teeth Taken with SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor Digital X-Ray of Teeth Taken with SuniRay2 Digital Sensor





Side View of SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor

Enhanced Durability


Built to Last

Unique reinforced cable attachment and ultrasonically sealed outer casing make for a reliable durable intraoral digital sensor that’s built to last.


High Performance

Impact Protection Technology ensures exceptional sensor performance even when there’s extra pressure or strain.




Industry-Leading Low Radiation


Unmatched Efficiency

Captures high-quality x-rays while minimizing radiation exposure –the lowest levels among all digital sensors. In fact, the SuniRay2 requires the lowest levels of radiation of all digital sensors currently on the market.

Graph of exposure levels among digital intraoral x-ray sensors


Top View of SuniRay2 Digital X-Ray Sensor

Optimal Patient Comfort


Easy Positioning

Thin sensor head and rounded corners ensure easy and comfortable positioning.


Patient Friendly

With fast acquisition times and the lowest radiation levels among all digital sensors, patients are given peace of mind and assured a comfortable, relatively quick experience in the dental chair.

Why Upgrade to the SuniRay2?

With all of the above characteristics combined, the SuniRay2 is one of the most efficient digital x-ray systems ever designed for intraoral use. From its comfortable, round-edged design to its clear, high-resolution instant x-rays, the SuniRay2 provides easy digital imaging with minimal effort. If you and your staff have been struggling to keep up with the costs and time involved in analog x-ray processing, switching to the fully-digital SuniRay2 system could save your practice a significant amount of money.

The images produced by the SuniRay2 are easily stored and managed via the included Prof. Suni software, making it easy to access and share copies of them as needed. The software includes a variety of different filters and enhancements to help make certain details clear during your evaluation. If you'd rather work with your practice's existing software, the SuniRay2 can also be integrated with it directly.

Our cutting-edge intraoral sensor technology is housed in a sturdy, durable casing with an equally tough cable, ensuring that it will withstand regular use for years to come. It also offers the safest possible experience for your patients, exposing them to the lowest amount of radiation of all digital imaging sensors on the market. Even with this minimal amount of radiation, SuniRay2 produces high-quality, fully-detailed x-rays each and every time.

For more than 20 years, Suni Medical Imaging, Inc. has been developing the most advanced radiography products on the market. We've been leading the charge on innovation since 1995 with the goal of creating the safest, most efficient x-ray systems with the best possible image quality. Our firm dedication to customer service and patient health is at the very core of our business, which is why we've built the SuniRay2 to support your existing diagnostic work.

It's time to replace your outdated radiography systems with the leading technology in the field. If you'd like to learn more the SuniRay2 for your practice or request pricing and purchasing information, call us at 1-800-GET-SUNI. Or, explore other Suni x-ray systems here on our site!




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Technical Data Size 1 Size 2
Sensor Dimensions (mm) 39.5 x 26 43.5 x 31.5
Active Area (mm) 31.1 x 20.2 35.2 x 26.2
Sensor Technology CMOS APS Fiber Plates CMOS APS Fiber Plates
Maximum Gray Levels 4096 4096
Sensor Cable Adjustable: 6 ft. or 15 ft. Adjustable: 6 ft. or 15 ft.
Cable Attachment Reinforced Strain Relief Reinforced Strain Relief
USB Module Integrated USB 2.0 Module with LED indicator lights Integrated USB 2.0 Module with LED indicator lights
Imaging Software Prof. Suni Advanced Imaging Dr. Suni Advanced Imaging (INTL.) SuniMac (Mac-based imaging software) TWAIN-compliant software system Prof. Suni Advanced Imaging Dr. Suni Advanced Imaging (INTL.) SuniMac (Mac-based imaging software) TWAIN-compliant software system
Warranty 2 Years 2 Years
PC Requirements Minimum Recommended
CPU Speed 1.2 GHz Pentium 4 2.0 GHz Pentium 4
Memory 512 MB 1 GB
Operating System Windows OS up to Windows 8
Mac OS
Windows OS up to Windows 8
Mac OS
Hard Disk 40 GB 80 GB
Monitor S-VGA with 0.28 mm dot pitch S-VGA with 0.25 mm dot pitch
Monitor Settings 16-bit color 1024 x 768 resolution 16-bit color 1024 x 768 resolution
USB Port USB 2.0 and 3.0 USB 2.0 and 3.0
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