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Grid Drive Assembly 2134612-2

2134612-2
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Features

  • Short fields or long distances
  • Low-ratio and low-frequency
  • Compact and safe to use with ease of positioning and patient comfort
  • Reliable, flexible and highly advanced

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Condition: Used

Product Overview

The Grid Drive Assembly comes as a part of the Radiography system. The Radiography systems are used for imaging method diagnosis using X-Rays. A stream of electrons produced by X-Ray tube is accelerated to high velocities by an external high-voltage supply and collide with the target anode in the tube. The beam formed is focused on the patient, and X-Rays emerging from the patient carry the image information which can be stored in a film. The patient is exposed to the X-Rays, and the properties of reflected rays are measured by a detector. The Source to Film Distance (SFD) is the distance between the source of the radiation and the film available in Radiographic testing. It is measured in the direction of the beam. Grids are placed between the patient and the X-Ray film to reduce the scattered radiation (produced mainly by the Compton effect) and thus improve image contrast. They are made of parallel strips of the lead with an interspace having an aluminum or organic spacer.

  • Additional Features

    • Safe packaging provided to avoid any damage due to shifting or rubbing during transit
    • ROHS compliant

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    It starts with the imaging chain, which features a 12-bit CCD-based camera.Then there’s AutoEx, which automatically adjusts key image-acquisition parameters in real time for optimum quality. Meanwhile, closed-loop Automatic Brightness Control and patented extended Dynamic Range circuitry maintain contrast and minimize blooming.

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    GE Healthcare will accept, for return from customer, items that are in new condition, unworn, unaltered and free of damage. Items cannot be returned or exchanged beyond 30 days from customer’s receipt of the original order and all returned items will be subject to a 15% restocking fee. To obtain a full refund or exchange of the item within the 30 day return period (subject to the 15% restocking fee) customer must request a return materials authorization (RMA) from GE Healthcare and return the item to GE Healthcare utilizing this RMA number. Items must be returned in the original packaging, unused and free of damage.

    Please note, cuffs, BP items, sterile and hazmat items cannot be returned. If a replacement order is requested, the restocking fee may be waived at GE Healthcare’s sole discretion. 

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