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Medical 0TC18S X-Ray System
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Premium overhead tube crane system with LCD touchscreen and optional vertical tracking
Versatile and Intuitive
Versatile and intuitive, the OTC18S system delivers automated stitching, from a wall stand or table, enabled by sophisticated motorization and software, at an economical price point. Workflow is also optimized for all exams thanks to vertical and horizontal tracking functionality. Precisely designed to withstand high-volume throughput in hospital radiology departments, medical imaging centers, and large orthopedic facilities with the need to perform a broad range of radiographic studies.
Our overhead tube crane (OTC) features a large LCD touchscreen interface enabling the technologist to view, adjust and control most system settings without leaving the patient’s side. In addition, the OTC touchscreen interface guides the technologist through the intuitive automated stitching exam setup procedure. By integrating with a DELWORKS DR System and compatible generator, technologists are given the ability to set up long-length examinations and adjust generator technique factors without leaving the patient’s side. Its overhead horizontal and transverse ceiling-mounted rails provide technologists with limitless imaging procedure capability, including cross-table laterals and other challenging views.
The system embraces operational efficiency via ergonomically-designed user controls with automated tracking to selected image receptors, and an industry-leading table with a patient weight capacity of 800 lbs (363 kg). Built in the USA, it will deliver many years of continuous use and exceptional user satisfaction.
Includes The Following:
MEDICAL 0TC18S X-RAY SYSTEM
RECENTLY INSTALLED BY JONES X-RAY
- FORT WORTH, TEXAS -
Long-length exams are automated. With the patient in position, either at the wall stand or on the table, the technologist utilizes the tube head controls to mark the top and bottom of the anatomy to be imaged. The system then calculates the number of exposures needed, and correct image overlaps. With the patient remaining in place, the technologist holds the exposure switch, and the system makes the first exposure, repositions the tube angle and detector, exposes, and continues until the full anatomy is imaged. The system then automatically stitches the images to present an integrated long-length image.
The OTC18S ceiling-mounted tube crane highlights an advanced, technologist-friendly touchscreen interface providing seamless operation of your radiographic system by displaying tube angulation, SID values, and customizable generator controls. Color-coded movement identification buttons provide optimal precision when setting up views. Effortless movements enable fast and secure adjustments of the tube head while electromagnetic braking provides quiet and secure locking. Its five-tier telescoping column delivers exceptional vertical movement of 71 in (180 cm), capable of performing complete head-to-toe radiographic procedures including upright weight-bearing and recumbent tabletop exams.
- 10.4″ Touchscreen Interface
- Patient side display of system status, SID, tube angle, and collimation. Selectable controls for workstation, generator settings, AEC, and tracking.
- Lock Release Buttons, Including Column Rotation
- All Locks Release at Main Handle
- Longitudinal, Transverse, Vertical movement with grab-and-go convenience
- Collimator Light is Automatically Activated
- With tube, vertical table, and wall stand movement, or by pressing any movement button
- Stitching Controls
- With long length exam selected, the technologist selects the top of the anatomy, the bottom, and selects start. The exam is automatically performed, and a long-length image is stitched
Accelerates patient positioning and reduces radiation exposure by automatically selecting the proper field-of-view for each body part. This feature is available through the DELWORKS DR acquisition software’s pre-programmed APR settings.
The motorized receptor of the EV800T enables synchronization and longitudinal tube tracking. The elevating four-way float top table delivers outstanding safety, durability, and usability. Featuring an exclusive four-point lift system and exceptionally quiet motor drive, its smooth, scratch-resistant tabletop lowers to a height of just 22 in (56 cm) to ensure stress-free patient transfers and adjustments. Offering a high patient weight capacity of up to 800 lbs (363 kg), stable continuous movement is possible through conveniently placed recessed foot treadles and table-side controls, suitable for increasing technologist performance and satisfaction.
The motorized receptor of the VT300T enables synchronization and vertical tracking to the x-ray tube and provides quiet and effortless positioning. The wall stand features a tilting image receptor, promoting comfort and precision for standing or seated examinations. This makes the VT300T accommodating to all users regardless of size or strength.
The easy-to-use rotating tray enables manual rotation of the DR detector. The stable one-handed operation supports fast portrait-to-landscape positioning without ever removing the detector from the tray. Fully extended steel slides activate locking mechanisms to assure detector protection when loading and unloading — designed to accommodate a wide array of ISO 14 x 17 in (35 x 43 cm) cassette-sized detectors.
The DEL MEDICAL Patient Stitching Stand’s simple and sleek design improves efficiencies and outcomes at an affordable price. The stand helps keep the patient immobile during multiple or single exposures. With four 360° lockable swivel casters, height adjustable handles, and a slim lightweight design, this immobilization device can be easily placed in position and removed for storage. The Patient Stitching Stand also may be equipped with a radiopaque ruler to help verify stitching accuracy.