Genoray Zen 7000 C-Arm
As a standard C-Arm with 9” image intensifier, it has been spread over the world. It is very easy to operate with parallel movement and both side control panel. Doctors can get the most optimized picture by use of The Zen 7000 C-Arm X-Ray Machine. The Genoray Zen-7000 features a 1K x 1K high resolution CCD camera makes sharp and keen medical images which make it very fit for the most superior practices. Furthermore, with Genoray Virtual Collimation, adjustments are made to the collimator by virtually adjusting the blade positions on the touch screen LCD panel, saving the patient unnecessary radiation exposure.
Designed With Efficiency In Mind
The system has an enhanced mechanical design making it an ideal c-arm solution for a wide range of applications. The new and improved vertical column provides silent movement despite its reinforced, sturdy frame. The simple user interface reduces procedure time, notably improving practice workflow efficiency. The Zen-7000 produces high image quality at the lowest possible dose resulting in superb image quality which helps improve clinical confidence and surgical outcomes. The new and improved vertical column provides silent movement despite its reinforced, sturdy frame.
Full operation of the Zen-7000 is provided by the LCD touch screen panel. This panel makes for an ideal control system for shooting condition, KV, mA control, saving image, image management select part to shoot, collimator control, and etc. The high and low level ABC (Automatic Brightness Control) function automatically detects the optimal settings when taking an image so you don’t have to waste any time adjusting the brightness. The ABC function also comes equipped with a “H” mode to display a brighter image while you can choose the “L” option for more contrast.
Anatomic, Snapshot and Pulsed modes
Get the penetration you need! Obtain a crisp, clear image with our “snap shot” mode which allows you to increase the setting to 25 mA for the penetration you need for thicker areas.
Equipped with a 15 or 30 frame per second pulse mode, the radiation amount is reduced in half when compared to that of the continuous mode to obtain the same exact image.