The mobile radiographic system, with Capacitor Discharge Generator, allows us the manoeuvrability and operability that the new Clinics and Hospitals demand.

The Capacitor Discharge Generator has the most innovative technology for the High Frequency X-ray Generator, which permits high constant output power from any standard power socket in any Clinic or Hospital area, Operating Rooms, Intensive Care, Emergency, etc.

Its low ripple factor and high accuracy of the radiographic parameters (kVp, mA, exposure time), reduce soft radiation and improve the X-ray beam homogeneity allowing an improvement in the image quality and a reduction of the patient dose.

Under normal operating conditions, the Storage Capacitors are kept at an optimum charge level by the Capacitor Charger which controls the level and performs periodical charges.

Output powers available: 16, 20 and 32kW.

Generator with multiple advanced functionalities:

  • High frequency constant potential.
  • Self-diagnosis indicators identify malfunctions in the system.
  • Tube protection circuitry prolongs Tube life and increases system performance.
  • Equipped with closed loop control of X-ray Tube current, kVp and filaments, which minimizes potential errors and the need for readjustments.
  • Automatic line compensation due to closed loop operation of X-ray Tube current and kVp.
  • Independent Heat Unit storage the X-ray Tube, even after turning On / Off the equipment.
  • Independent memory for storing Radiographic operating parameters. This permits rapid switching from one technique to another.

MAXIMUN POWER kW20KW, According to IEC definition IEC (0.1s, 100Kv)
MÍNIMUM POWER0.4 KW (4kVp 10 mA)
kVp RANGEFrom 40kVp to 150KVp. In steps of 1KVp
mAs RANGEFrom 0.1mAs to 500mAs in 18 steps, Renard10 Scale.
mA RANGEFrom 10 mA to 500 mA in 15 steps, Renard10 Scale.
EXPOSURE TIME RANGE1.0msec, From 1.0msec to 10,000msec (0.001 to 10 seconds)
POWER OUTPUT (@ 0,1s)200 mA @ 150kVp
250 mA @ 128kVp
320 mA @ 100kVp
400 mA @ 80kVp
500 mA @ 64kVp
MARGING OF ERROR - KVP & MA/ TIMELower than 5% in all parameters
POWER LINE OPERATION & POWER SUPPLY100 / 110 / 120 / 208 / 230 / 240 ± 10%Vac. Adaptation for local conditions from 8 to 16 A.
CHARGING TIME? Maximum 4 seconds for a line of 230 VAC with selection of 16 A in the Generator; or maximum 40 seconds for a line of 110 VAC with selection of 8 A in the Generator.
? During X-Ray exposures.
? Every 150 seconds.
LINE IMPEDANCELINE IMPEDANCE Due to the unit is a Capacitors Assisted Generator, a specific value of Line Impedance is not required.

Images can be obtained with the patient in the sitting, standing or lying position. Examinations can be performed to any kind of patient group. Patients may be physically able, disabled, immobilized or in a state of shock.

X-ray image receptor types that can be used with this equipment: Cassette with Film, CR (Computed Radiography) or Digital Detector.

Excellent mobility, large rear wheels, allowing easy handling and even overcoming small obstacles. Easy access through doors, elevator, corridors, bedside patient areas, etc.

  • Total Rotation of the column, ±317o.
  • X-Ray tube “X-axis” rotation, ±180o.
  • X-Ray tube “Z-axis” rotación, +90o, -30o.
  • Maximun distance focus/floor 195cm (76.7”).
  • Minimun distance focus/floor 59cm (23.2”).
  • Telescopic Arm travel: 255cm (100.3”).
  • Total Column Height in parking position, 193cm (75.5”).
  • Areas with maximum step, 5cm (1.9”).
  • Sliding on ramps up to 5o.
  • Protected compartment for 10 chasis of 35x43cm (13x17”) or smallers.
  • Dimensions & weight:H193xW68cm (H75.9xW26.7”) y 285Kg (628.3lbs).

Perfectly counterbalanced tube arm for easy and comfortable movement.

CONTROLS FOR POSITIONING OF THE TUBE-COLLIMATOR ASSEMBLY: Both Handgrips of the Tube-Collimator Assembly allow the vertical and telescopic Arm movements to place it in relation to the position of the patient.

ARM VERTICAL LOCK: with the lock lever.

  • To release the Column Lock and position the Arm and Tube-Collimator Assembly at the desired height: Turn the Levers counterclockwise.
  • To lock the assembly in place: Turn the Levers Clockwise.

ARM LONGITUDINAL LOCK, telescopic travel: with the lock lever.

  • To release the Arm Longitudinal Lock and position the Tube-Collimator Assembly at the desired distance: Turn the Lever counterclockwise.
  • To lock the assembly in place: Turn the Lever Clockwise.

The parking position of the unit provides a safe and easy motion and transport. Insert the Arm and rotate the Column until the mobile is positioned as shown on the left image. Then block it just like the other locks for Tube-Collimator Assembly, Arm and Column with the corresponding Lock-Levers.

The only displacement controls of the Unit are the Front Handle Bar, the Brake Control Bar and the Blocking Button. The brakes are released by gripping and holding the Brake Control Bar towards the Front Handle Bar. The Unit is manually moved pushing or pulling it from both Bars. The front steering wheels and the back main wheels provide comfortable driving as well as easy positioning of the Unit.

The Unit is also provided with a Blocking Button that keeps brakes released for longer distances. Grip Front Handles and press Blocking Button to release brakes and start motion.

  • Ergonomic control console with sensitive push-buttons and digital display of radiographic parameters.
  • APR with 492 user-programmable techniques.
  • Console with Anatomic Program controlled by microprocessor.
  • The Anatomical Programmer (APR) module is comprised of the controls which select the Patient Size and Display Selectors. The process is shown on the APR Display.
  • Six Patient Size (small, medium or large size) for adults and pediatrics.
  • The APR techniques are factory pre-programmed according to different standard techniques that combines seven Body Regions with their Anatomical Views (Organ + Projection) “skull, Thorax, Spine, Abdomen/Pelvis, Lower Extremities, Upper Extremities & Special”. These techniques may be modified and stored again by the operator in the “APR working File”.
  • All parameters of the APR techniques may be manually overridden as required by the operator and stored in the non-volatile memory for later use.
  • The APR techniques are intended only as a guide line, they are only starting points that can be replaced by more specific protocols developed by the operator.
    • APR DISPLAY: Shows the different Body Regions and Anatomical Views available for each APR technique, and the final APR selection.
    • PATIENT SIZE: These push-buttons are used to adapt the APR technique chosen according to patient size. Six patient sizes are available. The three right-hand push-buttons select Small, Medium and Large adult sizes (only one is illuminated when selected). The left-hand paediatric push-button changes the function of the right-hand three push-buttons from adult patient size to paediatric patient size. (In this mode, the “Paediatric” push-button and one of the other three buttons may be illuminated at the same time).
  • The APR allows the programming of any radiographic parameters necessary for the study, such as:
    • Workstation
    • Kvp, mA, mAs, exposure time
    • Intensifying screen selection

  • Radiographic exposures can also be performed with the HANDSWITCH installed in the unit.

    PREP: Press the Handswitch button half-way (”Prep” position) to prepare the selected X-ray Tube for exposure. The “Ready” indicator on the Console will light when the X-ray Tube is prepared and there are no interlock failures or system faults.

    EXP: After the “Ready” indicator is illuminated, fully press the Handswitch button to start an X-ray exposure. If the button is released before the Generator completes the selected time or the AEC time, the exposure will be prematurely terminated and the actual mAs and Exposure Time will be displayed. The “X-ray On” indicator remains illuminated and a sound is emitted during the length of exposure.

    COLLIMATOR LAMP: This X-ray Handswitch includes a button to turn on the Collimator Lamp.

  • Possibility of controlling the collimator's light indication, from the collimator itself, from the console or also handswitch.