Motorized Swivel Arm with Flat Panel Cabinet –
Floor-to-wall mounted support with fully motorized “U” arm for all movements full (Dual Speed) enabling effortless and accurate settings – Electromagnetic brakes for all movements
Easy Positioning and User-Friendliness –
Positioning control for all movements is available from the tube/collimator head, enabling control of SID, system height, angulations for the swivel arm and detector, and also two automatic positioning buttons for chest and under table positioning. – Positioning Movements Controls are duplicated on the flat panel detector cabinet, allowing easy control of the system from the patient side. – Unlimited programs are available for auto-positioning of the most common studies from the flat panel LCD 10″ color control display located on the stand. This enables positioning with the push of a single button after selection of the program while with the patient. – The system (via the 10″ flat display) is able to control generator exposure parameters, enabling presetting or modification of parameters by the technician at patient-side before going outside to make the exposure. – Auto-Positioning – This function could be the most user friendly and practical of all. As the digital imaging system is fully integrated with the URS system, preprogrammed anatomical (APR) exposure techniques are synchronized with the system stand, meaning the system will move to the corresponding position required for your study. The generator operator control console APR has been pre-programmed with the exposure parameters for various common types of study (kVp, mA, mAs and time) and also with the mechanical position (SID, Angulations of arm and detector, height of system and even collimation in case of having autocollimator) for each study, enabling auto positioning of the system with a single button. Of course, operator preferences can be reprogrammed for specific user needs, studies, and convenience.
For most system movements, such as SID, angulations of arm and detector, height of the system and even the collimator blades. This enables positioning of the system from inside or outside of the room and allows the user more flexibility of movement and efficiency.
6 Redundant Security Systems –
Volumetric control depending on the characteristics of the room, in order to avoid possible collisions during the system positioning. – Anti-collision pressure sensor during the movement of the system, along the Swivel portion of the arm. – Double Photocell system: — One at the Start of the “U” arm area which automatically changes the speed of the system to “slow motion”, which reduces the risk of harm to the patient when they are positioned inside the arm arch. — The second is located close to the end of the “U” arm area and serves to automatically “block” the system to avoid any harm or fear to the patient. – The Detector Bumper, located on the bottom of the detector cabinet,works when the system is moving down and makes contact with an object. The system not only breaks in a controlled and esponsive fashion, but also retracts from the object point to release any possible pressure created by the initial contact. – The Emergency Brake located on the side of the Detector Cabinet enables full “blocking” of the system should a manual shutdown be desired by the Operator. “Parachute System”: The system has a sensor to control the tension ofthe steel cable that moves the system up and down. It this sensor detects a pre-determined reduction in required tension, a mechanical stop is activated to block the system from a “free fall’ mode even in the unforeseen event of a complete breaking of the steel cable.
Mechanical Movements: –
- Variable SID distance, adjustable between 39.4 to 70.9″.
- Manual rotation of the x-ray tube +/- 180, with detents every 45 degrees
- Swivel arm range of rotation: 150, with detents on -30, 0, 90, 120 degrees.
- Swivel arm vertical movement: 50.8″.
- Minimum floor to detector center distance: 15.75″.
- Motorized Detector Angulations: +45/-45?
- Electromagnetic brakes for all movements
- Adaptation f or flat panel cabinet. Sedecal provides the mounting plate for housing for Trixel Pixium 4600 detector.
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 104.3″ x 83.1″ x 64.4″.
Manual Collimator –
- Manual collimator with 6 pair of blades
- Accessory rails (cones, filters, etc)
- Field light lamp (light of the lamp 160 lux)
- Light indicator for alignment with the bucky
- Lamp timing – Retractable measuring tape
High Tension Cables (2) 9 meters Ultra Flexible High Tension Cables, 75 kVp
Three Phase High Frequency Generator SHF525 50kW/150kV Anatomical Program Microprocessor Controlled
- High Frequency 25KHz, 1 tube operation
- Three phase 208/240 VAC (specify prior to order)
- Output power: 640 mA @ 78kVp 500 mA @ 100kVp 400 mA @ 125 kVp 320 mA @ 150 kVp
- Automatic line compensation +/-10%
- Microprocessor controlled with auto diagnostic and error code indication for easy maintenance
- X-ray tube overload protection
- X-ray tube H.U. available indication and continuous monitoring for x-ray tube protection
- Control of x-ray tube number of exposures
- Hand switch for preparation and exposure control
- Light and sound indication for x-ray exposure
- kVp Radiographic range, from 40 to 125 kVp in 1 kVp step
- mA Radiographic range from 10 to 640mA in 19 step, Renard scale 10,12.5, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 64, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500 and 640 mA
- mAs range from 0.1 to 500 mAs in 38 steps, Renard scale
- Exposure time range from 0.001 to 10 seconds
High/Low Starter (3000/10,000 RPM) for one X-Ray tube:
- High-speed starter for anode rotation of one x-ray tube of equal or different impedance. Rotation control of the anode at low speed: 3.000 R.P.M., (60Hz) in function of the selected power
- Rotation control of the anode at low speed: 10.000 R.P.M., (180z) in function of the selected power
- Anode Rotation Brake control
- Time delay of the brake in function of the sequence of exposure selected
X-Ray Tube, Toshiba Model E7254FX
- Maximum Tension, 150 kVp
- Focus sizes: — Small focus 0.6 mm (0.023″) — Large focus 1.2 mm (0.047″)
- Maximum power: — Small focus 40 KW — Large focus 102 KW
- Maximum Current — Small focus 500 mA — Large focus 1000 mA
- Anode degree target angle 12 degrees
- Anode heat capacity 400,000 HU – Dissipation anode heat capacity 99,840 HU/min – Housing heat capacity 1,207,000 HU – Dissipation housing heat capacity 11,000 HU/min – Anode rotation 3,000/9,700 RPM – Anode composition Rhenium, Tungsten and face Molybdenum – Anode diameter 3.9″ – Filtration equivalent 0.028″ AL
High Resolution Digital Radiography System, including:
- Flat Panel Detector Assembly
- Vizion Gadolinium DR
- Detector Housing
- Grid, High density, stationary, removable (10:1)
- 17″x17″ imaging area
- 3.6 lp/mm
- Off-center imaging
- 9 million pixels
Standard Radiographic Moving Table
- Radiographic moving table with brakes in two wheels; laminated structures of high compression; patient capacity of 440 lbs.; Length 78.7 in.; Width – 25.6 in.; Height – 27.6 in.
Automatic Exposure Control (AEC)
- Control of the Automatic Exposure Control for quantity one, 3-field Ion Chamber, and AEC Generator Control Board
- Operating mode: 0, 2 or 4 points
- Zero point with anatomical program APR. Automatic selection of the programmed radiographic parameters (kVp, mAs, working station, AEC, Focal Spot, according with patient size and anatomical area selected)
- Two Points: kVp and mAs – Three Points: kVp, mA and time
- Workstation power supply
- FDP power supply with special control
- Generator Interface Board
- Intel Core 2 Duo E7500/2.93GHz Dual Core -3 GB RAM 800MHz -320GB Standard Hard Drive
- Display Monitor: – SINGLE 1.3MP 19″ LCD MONITOR – RESOLUTION 1280 X 1024 – 8000:1 Ratio
Acquisition workflow management
- Automatic setting of acquisition parameters according to body part and system specific programmable APRs (Anatomically Programmed Radiography)
- One console operation – generator parameters setting by the workstation as part of APR
- Patient data entry, manually or automatically from the DICOM worklist (MWL optional)
- Urgent patient registration
- Preview image typically within 4-5 seconds after exposure
- Exam specific image processing for optimized image quality
- Automatic backup of operator accepted images.
Review & Processing
- Patient review
- Reverse Black/White (Window polarity inversion)
- Image rotation
- Electronic zoom with pan & scroll capabilities
- Magnifying glass
- Multi-scale contrast enhancement and Dynamic Range
- Electronic shutter for masking of image (cropping)
- Multiformat display (for printing)
- Screen display formats of 1,2,4,6 within a single frame
- Automatic background filming
- Optimized image processing parameters