Professionals deserve in-demand features for excellent image quality. The Gendex Orthoralix 8500 delivers with the latest technology — such as the ease of laser beam positioning, the precision of morphology following, multi-motorized arm rotation, and the benefits of a 0.4 mm focal spot for exceptional detail recognition. Plus, with the option of a film-based or direct digital unit, there is a version of the 8500 to fit your needs for today and as your practice grows.
At last, a high quality, low maintenance panoramic is no longer a dream.
Award-Winning Design – The Gendex Orthoralix 8500 sports an award-winning, modern design that links outstanding functionality and ease of use with pleasing high-tech aesthetics that simply look good in any practice. Integration into your office is a breeze. The small footprint and motorized telescopic column lets you place the 8500 where you need it — even when space is an issue.
- Medical Design Excellence Awards® recipient
- Motorized telescopic column makes the unit extremely compact
- Small footprint to fit into practices where space is an issue
High End Technology – Once the patient is accurately positioned with the triple laser beam system, the Orthoralix 8500 uses multi-motorized arm rotation that allows the x-ray generator to maneuver in a sophisticated path thus producing a more precise reproduction of the entire dento-maxillo-facial region. Throughout the exposure, magnification is kept constant for minimal distortion in radiographs in both film-based and direct digital models.
- Simple laser beam positioning for accuracy
- Precise morphology following and multi-motorized arm rotation
- 0.4 mm focal spot for sharper images
Direct Digital Evolution – Featuring convenient built-in LAN connectivity, the Orthoralix 8500 DDE model hooks up to your network right out of the box without requiring a dedicated card to be installed into a PC. The panoramic film cassette is replaced by a CCD sensor that digitally captures the x-ray. This allows for instant access to images on any computer connected to the network in the practice, saving time and increasing efficiency and productivity.
- Replaces panoramic film cassette with the latest CCD sensor technology
- Built-in LAN connectivity eliminates the need for a dedicated PC to acquire images
- Access digital radiographs from any PC on the network to save time
- Acquisition computer included
GENDEX ORTHORALIX 8500 DDE Brochure
||60 – 80 kV
||4 – 10 mA
||0.4 mm, IEC 60336 (1993)
||11 s for the child pan, 12 s for the standard pan
||115 V AC, 60 Hz or 250 V AC, 50 Hz
|Maximum Line Power Rating
||10 A at 250 V, 15 A at 115 V
||254 lbs (115 kg)
|CCD Sensor Resolution
|CCD Sensor Pixel Size
|CCD Sensor Active Area
||146 x 6 mm
|Image Pixel Size
||1536 x 2725 pixels (Standard Pan)
|Minimum PC Requirements
||Pentium® II CPU, 400 MHz, 256 MB RAM
|Required Operating System
||Microsoft® Windows 98®/ Windows 2000®/ Windows XP®
This unit MUST be plugged into a dedicated electrical circuit with breaker to insure consistent current.