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Used Digital Panoramic X-ray | Gendex Orthoralix 9200 DDE

The Orthoralix 9200 DDE combines advanced imaging features with the latest generation of CCD sensor technoloy. The Orthoralix 9200 DDE direct digital pan/ceph systems delivers maximum diagnostic image quality. The advanced kinematics system provides an elaborate image path, maximizing panoramic image quality. The Orthoralix 9200's robotic mechanism captures patients' anatomy accurately over a wider range of patient profiles.

The Orthoralix 9200 DDE acquires high resolution panoramic, dento-maxillo-facial, transcan and cephalometric images in real time and allows a reduction fo the patient dose of up to 70%

Features: 
  • Small focal spot (0.5 mm) for the highest detail recognition
  • Up to 4 computer-controlled motors
  • Constant magnification factor
  • Optimized panoramic image reconstruction
  • Unit-mounted and user-friendly control panel
  • Additional Ceph keyboard included on the Ceph assembly
  • Triple laser beam system and fully motorized setting of the rotating arm for the maximum precision
  • Motorized horizontal movement for canine alignment
  • Strong and motor controlled head rest
  • Immediate connection to any PC (DDE Version)
  • Comprehensive set of projections for panoramic X-rays
  • Two optional program modules with additional Dento-Maxillo-Facial projections including transverse slices of the jaw for implantologists
  • Extensive TMJ and Maxillary Sinus assessment
Benefits: 
  • Dependable X-ray exposure system
  • Multi-motorized rotation for better diagnostic imaging
  • Complete flexibility and versatility for the operator
  • Multi-motorized rotation for better diagnostic imaging
  • Allow to generate a complete movement pattern for projections, accurately following the patient's morphology
  • No need for a dedicated PC interface to set technical parameters
  • Machine settings are performed while positioning the patient, without the need to move away
  • Simple, accurate and quick patient positioning
  • The system can be directly plugged into existing LAN networks
  • No need to install special cards into the PC
  • Immediate access to images from any network PC in the practice
  • Wide range of programs and diagnostic projections
Limitations/Considerations: 
  • The equipment must never be used if it shows any electrical, mechanical or radiation defects whatsoever. As all electro-medical devices, Orthoralix 9200 DDE requires correct installation, handling, maintenance and servicing in order to ensure safe and efficient operation. The unit features continuous operation (stand-by) with intermittent loading (X-rays).
  • The tube-head contains mineral insulating oil. Such oil is potentially harmful in case of ingestion or contact with skin or mucosa. In case of a defect or fault, an oil leak can occur. Avoid direct contact with the oil and do not inhale its vapors.
  • In case of minor leaks, the oil can be wiped away with a dry cloth, wearing protective gloves.
  • Although compliant to the safety rules, it is a good practice for the operator to avoid to expose his eyes and patient’s eyes directly to the LASER beam.
Technical Specifications: 
  • Power Supply : 
    115 - 250 VAC ± 10%
  • Frequency: 
    50 / 60 Hz ± 2 Hz
  • Maximum Line Power Rating: 
    10 A at 250 V, 20 A at 115 V
  • Anode Voltage: 
    60 - 84 kV, in 2 kV steps
  • Anode Current: 
    3 - 15 mA, in 1 mA steps
  • Exposure Time: 
    12 s for standard pan, 0.16 - 2.5 s for Cephalometric
  • Duty Cycle: 
    1:20 at full power operation
  • Focal Spoth: 
    0.5 IEC
  • Vertical Reach: 
    39 to 71 inch from floor to occlusal plane
  • Weight: 
    410 lbs, 467 lbs with Ceph arm
  • Image Size: 
    1536 x 2725 pixels (Standard Pan), 2304 x 2529 pixels (Ceph - Maximum)
  • Minimum Space Requirements (Inch): 
    76.8 W x 88.5 H x 48.0 D
  • Pixel Size: 
    48 µm
  • Resolution: 
    10.4 lp/mm

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