OTC12S

Overhead tube crane system with
color touch display
Reliable Versatility

The OTC12S Radiographic System delivers enhanced patient comfort and optimized workflow. 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.

 
Flexible Operation

The OTC12 tube crane highlights a color touch display which displays tube angulation and SID values. Color-coded movement identification buttons provide optimal precision when setting up views. Peaceful, effortless movements are controlled by an electromagnetic braking system enabling fast and secure readjustments of the tube head. Its five-tier telescoping column delivers exceptional vertical movement of 71” (180 cm), capable of performing complete head-to-toe radiographic procedures including upright weight bearing and recumbent table top exams.

 
Elevating Table

The RAD TC is a versatile elevating table with four-way float and motorized height adjustment. Table locks and height adjustments are controlled via footswitch. It has a patient weight capacity of 617 lbs (280 kg)

 
Tilting Wall Stand

The tilting WS04 wall stand accommodates nearly all radiographic procedures, including upright and seated applications. Technologists can expose difficult views by utilizing its tilting functionality, +90° to -20°. Its receptor effectively lowers to the floor and allows exposures of patients up to 6ft.-1in. (190 cm). All movements are precisely counter balanced to permit smooth vertical travel. 

 

 
Outstanding Image Quality and Reduced Patient Dose

DELWORKS is a powerful image acquisition and processing software featuring a friendly single-user interface that provides sophisticated and speedy medical imaging. DELWORKS E-Series DR detectors offer brilliant, low dose imaging through the use of Cesium Iodide (CsI) scintillators.

  
 

OTC12D Tube Crane

Vertical telescopic

travel range:

Longitudinal travel range:

Transverse travel range:

Longitudinal detent positions:

Tube rotation range

(horizontal axis):

RAD TC Elevating Table

Tube rotation range

(vertical axis):

Weight:

Power Requirements:

Patient load capacity:

Table base length:

Table top movement:

Table top length:

Table top width:

WS04 Tilting Wall Stand

Receptor tilt range:

Height:

Depth at 90° tilt:

Width (with handles):

Technical Specifications

OTC12 Tube Crane

Vertical telescopic travel range:

Longitudinal travel range:

Transverse travel range:

Longitudinal detent positions:

Tube rotation range (horizontal axis):

Tube rotation range (vertical axis):

Weight:

Power requirements:

70.8" (180 cm) with minimum 32.7" (83 cm) focal spot floor distance with a 9' ceiling height

Standard 14' rail included, 136.2" min. (346 cm) With optional rail extensions: 219.9" max (558.5 cm)

Standard 10' Bridge with 9.8' (0.3 cm) transverse carriage: 86.6" min. (220 cm) With 13' bridge & 13.1' (0.4 cm) transverse carriage: 139.7" max. (355 cm)

Configurable during installation

-120°, +120°, Detent positions at -90°, 0°, +90°

-182°, +154°, Detent positions at -180°, -90°, 0°, +90°

Approximately 831 lbs. (377 kg) with tube & collimator

110/240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 700 VA

563 lbs. (256 kg)

32.3" (82 cm)

94.5" (240 cm)

31.5" (80 cm)

Longitudinal, ± 18.9" (48 cm) Transverse, ± 5.5" (14 cm)

RAD TC Elevating Table

Patient load capacity:

Table base length:

Table top length:

Table top width:

Table top movement:

+90°/ 20°

83" (211 cm)

36.7" (93.3 cm)

30" (76 cm)

WS04 Tilting Wall Stand

Receptor tilt range:

Height:

Depth at 90° tilt:

Width (with handles):

PRODUCTS

CONTACT

New York

28 Calvert Street
Harrison, NY 10528


Tel: (800) 261-9808
Fax: (914) 835-6111

Illinois

241 Covington Drive
Bloomingdale, IL 60108


Tel: (800) 800-6006
Fax: (847) 288-7011

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