Gendex - 765DC Dental X-Ray
by Gendex

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Dental X-Ray System

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-MateuszD
2 years ago
error 001 - Mains undervoltage fault
Got 765DC X ray. When powered up in the morning - it used to start in seconds. After time it was 10 minutes. Now - over an hour. After it starts it works properly until it is switched off for hours. I have checked all LED for faults. Only one (D34) is showing up the mains undervoltage supply too low. The mains voltage at the board had been measured - it seems to be ok (230V). I was thinking about the RT1 or RT2 (thermistors) - measured all ok. Test points have been checked. All electrolityc capacitors on the converter PCB had been replaced. The error 001 still shows for over one hour. Anyone has had the problem? I found on eBay US someone is selling the repair service for error 001 ..... so the problem exists in more cases. Reply

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-Michael DDS
3 years ago
Help. Power button flashing
How can I fix my 765Dc that will not fire and the power button is flashing? Thanks, MichaelReply

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-chanpong
3 years ago
Service / technical manual
Does anyone have a service / technical manual for the Gendex 765DC they can email to me please? Thanks in advance!Reply
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FEATURES

  • 21 time settings ranging from 0.02 to 2 seconds
  • Digitally displayed time on the control panel
  • 8" focal length with a 0.4mm focal spot
  • Exposure Time: 0.02 to 2 sec.
  • Intuitive control panel
  • X-ray generator for dental diagnostics
  • Smallest focal spot available on the market: 0.4
  • Can be switched to the pre-programmed mode
  • Automatically identifies the correct exposure times depending on the anatomic area selected


Additional Specifications

  • Duty cycle: 

    1:30

  • IEC336 Focal spot: 

    0.4mm

  • Line voltage: 

    115V, 60 Hz or 230V, 50 Hz

  • Focal spot: 

    0.4 (IEC 336/1993).

  • Focal length: 

    standard 8 inch (20cm)

  • Power supply: 

    110V, 60Hz – 230V 50Hz

  • Absorbed current: 

    4 A @ 230V

  • Voltage applied to the x-ray tube: 

    65 kV

  • Anodic current: 

    7 mA

  • Exposure times: 

    7 mA

  • Exposure times: 

     from 0.02 to 2 s (scale R10)

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