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Park Latch Sensor
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X-Ray
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Features

  • It reduces the manual effort for adjustments
  • It is very small in size
  • Reliable
  • Shielded housings of the lead prevents accidental disconnects

Product Overview

The Park Latch Sensor is used for indicating to the Central Processing Unit (CPU) of the X-ray machine that the X-ray tube arm is in the parked position. When a magnetic field of at least 160 gauss is presented to the surface of the Hall Effect sensor, the output of the sensor sinks the electric current and the output of the board gets activated. The park latch sensor is an assembly that consists of resistors, PNP transistors, semi-conductor diodes, Hall Effect switch, Park sensor, lead wires and other accessories with labels. There are three lead wires connected to the board, one for input supply, one for the grounding and the other for the output. The sensor will be tested with the disk shaped magnet attached to plastic spacer and the magnet can be touched against the sensor with the plastic in between. The voltage across the pull down resistor should be more than 20 VDC when the magnetic field is kept. The sensor is used in the Digital Imaging (DI) machines like AMX 4+, Optima CT660 128-Slice, LOGIQ 500, LightSpeed 5.X Pro 16-Slice, VMX PLUS, Brightspeed 16-Slice, Definium AMX 700, Discovery XR656 G2, Senographe 500T/600T, OEC Stenoscope, Silhouette VR, TelevixMVP, Prodigy Advance Plus Full Size and Infinia II.

  • Additional Features

    • The assembly is easily portable

    Compatible Products

    Definium AMX700

    Definium AMX700

    Return And Exchange

    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.

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