Technology | X-Ray | September 28, 2015

Varian Showcases MCS 8064 Replacement X-ray Tube at RSNA 2015

Tube is replacement option for GE LightSpeed VCT scanner

Varian, MCS 8064, replacement X-ray tube, GE LightSpeed VCT scanner

Image courtesy of Varian Medical Systems

September 28, 2015 — The MCS 8064 X-ray tube from Varian Medical Systems is an anode end grounded (AEG) replacement X-ray tube for the GE LightSpeed VCT scanner offering lower life cycle costs. The tube installs and calibrates on the LightSpeed VCT like the original OEM tube. 

For more information: www.varian.com

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