Technology | Radiology Imaging | June 30, 2015

Spellman High Voltage Electronics Introduces Z Series Radiography Generators

Compact series offers high performance for space-constrained applications

Spellman, Z Series, X-ray generators, digital radiography, DR

June 30, 2015 - Spellman High Voltage announces the introduction of its new Z Series X-Ray generator for radiographic applications. Featuring 450 kHz maximum output frequency, the generators provide high voltage accuracy and stability in a compact package for space-constrained applications.

The Z Series generators are offered with various options including dual speed starter, dual filament drive and a variety of control console choices. Generators are available from 32kW to 65kW peak power, 40kV – 150kV output voltage, and up to five different manual and AEC operating modes.  The Z series platform is an ideal OEM generator solution for value to mid-tier medical radiography segments.

The compact size of the series (595mm L x 410mm W x 475mm H) and its flexible interface makes the Z Series easy to integrate, install, calibrate and service. This is accomplished through the use of Windows-based service graphical user interface (GUI) software, serial communication port, automatic X-ray tube calibration, expandable X-ray tube library, Bucky/digital radiography (DR) interface and optional AEC and DAP interface. 

The Z-Series complements Spellman's Editor HFE series radiographic/fluoroscopic generator for advanced applications across mid and high-end segments.

For more information: www.spellmanhv.com

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