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GE Healthcare - Proteus
There is a 90 degree L tube that houses OTS cables. The tube broke and is no longer holding the cables up. It is on the back right corner of the OTS carriage.

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MedWrench Kari replied 16 days ago

Updated  Jul 8 2020
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Is there a tray that slides on the underside of the collimator that will hold different thicknesses of filters? If there is, does anyone know the part number?

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dawn_fishy replied a month ago

Updated  Oct 11 2019
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GE Proteus - The light will not turn on because the switch is bad. When we hit the button it is only intermittently working. Can we just replace the switch or do we have to replace the collimator? If just the switch, do you have know a part number?

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MedWrench Mandy replied 10 months ago

Updated  Jun 26 2019
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For Joint Commission need to know recommended cleaning solutions?

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Joe DuPont replied a year ago

Updated  Dec 28 2016
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I have an older GE Proteus Room where the SID to the wall bucky at 40" reads correctly, but at 72" it reads 63".  It also reads fine tot he table.  Someone told me that this is a simple fix that does not require logging into the system with Asian.exe.  Would appreciate getting that information on how to do this.  The person who said this did not remember how to do it, but said it was simple and done at the console.  Thank you.

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jimsdavis replied 4 years ago

Added  Oct 3 2016
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I am new to this site and they had the old siemens collimator replaced with the Eclipse and we are having issue that the lamp will not come on after an exposure. this is something that is not happening all the time, but when it does they shut the unit down and reboot it and that clears the issue. I have replaced the OTS controller on the unit and looking at doing the I/F and KV controller in the Jedi.

Does anyone know if I am on the right track?

thanks

 

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Kerry.Nesmith posted 4 years ago

Updated  May 23 2019
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alternate source for Eclipse collimator lamp p/n 5494683-1 GE list price $1974. This collimator is made in Beijing, China.

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ChrisB replied a year ago

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replaced IF board, XT control board and overhead control display.

no table SID or wall bucky SID.

table transversal detent is ok wall bucky 72 or 48 detent not working

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jfi posted 4 years ago

Added  Jul 8 2013
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I also have a collimator that uses a 50 Watt, 12 volt lamp. I read your answer on a prior question and the lamp sounds completely different. Can you help me with this. My information shows a 2377082 lamp, Philips 12999. Thanks

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richardfischen posted 7 years ago

Updated  May 23 2019
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my collimator light is out on my proteus, I can only make out OSHRAM on the bulb, can you help me with what and where I can obtain one?

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ChrisB replied a year ago

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