Versa-view ''magnum'' 10060HF portable x-ray unit


Subject: Versa-view ''magnum'' 10060HF portable x-ray unit
Introducing the NEWEST Advanced Feature, High Powered Unit
* Advanced high frequency (60hz) inverter type generator
* Full field light beam collimators with 30 second timer
* Soft touch user panel with audible selection indication
* Memory keys for self-manageable APR function
* Overload protection for kV, mA, time, and temperature
* Tilting handle with two tilt angle indicator dials
Cabinet Design: One piece with external collimator
Cabinet Size: 10''H x 10"W x 13 1/2"L
X-Ray Generator: High Frequency, 60 kHz
Displays: Digital kV, mAs and time
Technique Selection: Push button with audible indicator of selection
kVp minimum to maximum with step selection: 50-100kV, 2 kV steps
mAs minimum to maximum with 26 step selection: 50-60kVp@ 1.2 to 180mAs, 70kVp@ .1 to 150mAs, 80kVp@ .9 to 120mAs, 90kVp@ .6 to 90 mAs, 100kVp @ .4 to 60 mAs,
Time minimum to maximum:.02 to 3 seconds in 26 steps
mA Maximum: 20 to 6OmA based on kVp selected, 50-60kV/60mA, 62-70kV/50mA, 72-80kV/40mA, 82-90kV/35mA 91-100kV/30mA
Collimator: Cassette size indicators dials, 100 watt lamp automatic timer
Laser pointer: Optional , Single or Dual
Line Power Supply Compensation: Automatic line voltage
Line Power Supply Requirement: 220 Volts
X-Ray Tube Manufacturer: Toshiba
X-Ray Beam Aluminum Filtration in mm: 1mm A1equivalent @ 9OkV
Exposure Switch Two Stage Prep Exposure: Hand Switch (Optional Foot Switch)
Exposure Cord length in Feet: 12 ft.
Power Cord length in Feet: 9 ft.
Carry Case Size: 15 5/8" H x 15" W x 18 1/2" L
Complete with light beam collimator, carrying case, manual, and technique charts.
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