GE Healthcare’s OEC C-arm has the power, usability and I.Q. to meet the most demanding surgical imaging situations.
FORUMSView All (75)
25 days ago
|not turning on|
hey, guys . the 9900 i'm working on is not turning on. there is power going to the machine. anybody got any ideas? thank you.Reply
a month ago
|OEC 9900 ELITE LOSING SAVED IMAGES|
Hello I'm having issues with losing images from the image directory. The Doctor can do say 100 images and you can scroll through them and when you go back to the first ones they are gone. I have replaced the image processor board and hard drive with no luck then replaced the Gpos PC still no luck same problem losing images. I put original boards back in after new ones didn't work .If anyone knows what might be going on please contact me ASAP. I appreciate any and all help with this issue. Sincerely DavidReply
2 months ago
Hello, Can anyone help me sending me a service/maintenace manual for the oec9900 please. email@example.com Reply
DOCUMENTS / MANUALSView All
- 55 degree C-arm over-scan with Super C 15kW and rotating anode X-ray tube for penetration
- Motorized C movements and remote user interface MTS for motion subtraction
- Imaging LCD flat panel monitors with articulating arm for ergonomics
- 1k2 high resolution imaging technology on a mobile system.
- Featuring precision imaging Dynamic Range Management (DRM) for uncompromised image quality.
- Flat panel monitors on an articulating arm allow viewing of images from anywhere in the room
- Simple user interface reduces procedure time to improve efficiency.
- Preset imaging profiles optimize I.Q. by enhancing features of interest.
- Remote service connectivity.
|Image Display||18 in Dual Monitor|
|Maximum Focal Spot||0.6 mm Dual focal spots, 0,3mm/0.6mm|
|X-ray Generator Power Rating||15 Kw|
Image intensifier sizes 9
X-ray tube heat capacity 1.6 MHU
Pulsed fluoroscopy15 pps, 30 pps
Spatial resolution -- fluoro1,000 x 1,000 16bit