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Product: 2010 AMX 4+ WITH FUJI DR

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  • NIS: AD9975

NISAD9975-2010 AMX 4+ w/ FUJI DR Plates

Dimensions

  • Height: 70 inches (1778 mm) for Models 2169360−6, 2236420−6, and 2275938−6, −12, −13, −14, −15; all others 76 inches (1930 mm).
  • Width: 25−3/16 inches (640 mm)
  • Length: 45−3/8 inches (1153 mm)
  • Weight: 1080 pounds (490 kg)

 

Environmental Limits

  1. Operating temperature range: 59 to 100 Degrees Fahrenheit (15 to 38 Degrees Celsius) at 80%

non−condensing humidity.

  1. Storage temperature range −40 to +140 Degrees

Fahrenheit (−40 to +60 Degrees Celsius)

  1. Maximum operating altitude: 8,000 feet (2440 meters).

 

Battery Specifications

  • Nine 12.9 volt batteries connected in series provide approximately 116 volts at full charge.

 

Battery Capacity

The AMX−4+ battery capacity can be measured by one of the following five methods. All capacities

are measured after the AMX−4+ has been charged to the “CHARGE COMPLETE” state. Available

capacity as stated applies only to new battery sets free of defective cells. Capacity may decrease as

the battery nears the end of its useful life.

 

Method 1: Exams

The AMX−4+ batteries will provide capacity for more than 20 typical EXAMs. An “EXAM” is defined as:

− Two 70 kVp, 10 mAs X−ray exposures including:

> 7 seconds of prep (rotor and filament drive)

> 25 seconds of field light

− 5 minutes of drive time

− 9 minutes of idle time

The formula in the “VARIED USAGE” section can be used to determine the number of total EXAMs

available for usage regimes different from this typical case.

 

Method 2: X−ray Exposures

The AMX−4+ batteries will provide enough capacity for 165 or more 100 kVp, 100 mAs X−ray

exposures. Each exposure includes 4 seconds of prep (rotor and filament drive) time and 30 seconds

of idle time for battery recovery. This number may be reduced by additional idle time required for X−ray

tube cooling.

 

Method 3: Drive Time

The AMX−4+ batteries will provide enough capacity for 140 minutes of continuous drive time. This

time is typically independent of driving conditions, however, it may be reduced if a significant portion of

the drive is on carpeting or up ramps.

 

Method 4: Idle Time

The AMX−4+ batteries will provide capacity for 23.3 hours of continuous idle time. “Idle” is the time when the AMX−4+ is ON but not being used.

 

Method 5: Varied Usage

For varied usage, the AMX−4+ batteries will provide capacity according to the following formula:

{ (idle time in minutes ) _ 3} +

{ (drive time in minutes ) _ 30} +

{ ( field light time in minutes ) _ 25 } +

{ ( prep time in minutes ) _ 30} +

{ ( exposure energy* ) _ 2.17} = 4200

*exposure energy = cumulative { ( kVp _ mAs ) _ 1000 }

 

EXAMPLE: Assume one desires to estimate the number exams available from an AMX−4+ used in

a particular pediatric ward. It is determined that a typical exam for this case is comprised of:

− Two 70 kVp, 0.8 mAs X−ray exposures including:

> 3 seconds of prep

> 15 seconds of field light

− 1 minute of drive

− 5 minutes of idle

Using the above formula we can estimate the number of exams as follows:

each EXAM uses { (5 idle minutes ) _ 3} + { (1 drive minutes ) _ 30} +2 x [ { (15 _ 60 field light minutes ) _ 25} + { (3 _ 60 prep minutes ) _ 30} +

{ ( (70 kVp _ 0.8 mAs ) _ 1000 ) _ 2.17} ] = 60.7therefore the total number of typical EXAMs

available is: 4200 _ 60.7 = 69

 

Movements

  • Tube vertical movement measured at the focal spot (arm extended):
  1. Range at least 46.5 inches (1181 mm) for Models 2169360−6, 2236420−6 and

2275938−6, −12, −13, −14, −15; all others at least 52.5 inches (1334 mm).

  1. Lowest position 26.1 inches (663 mm) max. from floor.
  2. Highest position 72.6 inches (1844 mm) min. from floor for Models 2169360−6, 2236420−6 and 2275938−6, −12, −13, −14, −15; all

others 78.6 inches (1996 mm) min. from floor.

  • The horizontal movement measured at the focal spot relative to column face is 24 inches (610 mm)

minimum, to 40 inches (1016 mm) maximum.

  • Tube Column rotation measured from horizontal arm latch is +/−270 degrees.
  • Tube and yoke rotation around Horizontal Arm measured from tube port down position:
  1. Range 360 degrees;
  2. Detent locations0, +/−90, and +/−180 degrees.
  • Tube Trunnion rotation measured from tube port down position:
  1. Range 120 degrees;
  2. Forward 110 degrees;
  3. Backward 10 degrees;
  4. Detent 0 degrees, and 90 degrees.
  • Collimator Rotation measured from the front of the collimator with the tube port facing down:
  1. Range 180 degrees;
  2. Right 90 degrees;
  3. Left 90 degrees;
  4. Detent 0 and 90 degrees.

 

Moving Efforts

  • Moving efforts with locks mechanically off (that is, energized electrically):
  1. Vertical tube motion: 12 pounds (53 Newtons) maximum, measured going up or down; 15

pounds (67 Newtons), measured over last 4 inches (102 mm) of travel.

  1. Horizontal tube motion: 14 pounds (62.3 Newtons) maximum, measured going in or

out.

  1. Tube Column rotation: 15 pound−feet (20.3 Newton−meters) maximum.
  2. Tube and yoke angulation around horizontal

Arm: 10 to 20 pound−feet (14 to 27 Newton−meters) to disengage from detent, 6 to 18

pound−feet (8 to 24 Newton−meters) to rotate between detents.

  1. Tube rotation in yoke: 7 to 30 pound−feet (9.5 to 41 Newton−meters) to disengage from

detent, 4 to 20 pound−feet (5 to 27 Newton−meters) to rotate between detents.

  • Moving efforts with locks mechanically on (that is, not energized electrically):
  1. Vertical tube motion: 15 pounds (67 Newtons) minimum, 32 pounds (142 Newtons)

maximum; measured going up or down. b. Horizontal tube motion: 10 pounds (44.5

Newtons) minimum, 28 pounds (125 Newtons) maximum; measured going in or out.

  1. Tube Column rotation: 25 to 40 pound−feet (34 to 54 Newton−meters).

 

Drive Speed

There are two speeds: Drive Speed with the horizontal Tube Arm secured for transport, and

Maneuvering Speed with the horizontal Tube Arm removed from the Transport Latch.

Drive speed is measured on a smooth, hard and level surface. Speed will be reduced by inclines,

carpeted or soft surfaces.

  • Drive Speed is 264 feet (6705 mm) per minute +/− 25%;
  • Maneuvering Speed is 30% to 60% of drive speed.

Tube Unit Ratings

Tube Housing and Insert Specifications are given in Direction 46−017226, Tube Ratings, HRT 50 and 60 Hz., or in 2236721−100, Product Data Sheet Maxiray 75 TH 11 X−ray Tube. Also, refer to note on maximum allowable kVp and mAs ratings in 2166913−1EN AMX−4+ Operating Manual.

Note: The technical data given in this publication is for general information and are subject to change without notice. Actual configuration on the unit may vary. Contact our sales representatives for a complete list of details.cont’dGE AMX IV Plus (cont’d)Generator Operator Indicators

Check for proper operation of tones or buzzers and labels as required by regulations. Reference

 

“Generator Operator Indicators” in Tab 3 of Direction 46−013894, System Field Test for HHS.

  1. X−ray on indicator lights during an exposure.
  2. Audible tone occurs during exposure.
  3. Audible tone occurs with safety timed termination of AEC exposures.
  4. Safety timed termination of AEC exposures requires resetting before taking another

exposure.

  1. X−ray warning label is legible.

 

kVp Accuracy

  1. Rise time of the kVp wave form from 10% to 90% of the maximum kVp is 1.2 millisecond

or less.

  1. Fall time of the kVp wave form from 90% of the maximum kV to 20 kV is 2.5 milliseconds

or less.

  1. Accuracy of the kVp wave form to selected kVp is +/− 8% of the value displayed on the

operator panel for the first 20 ms and +/− 5% after 20 ms. Accuracy applies within the range

of the bar graph battery charge indicator.Note: These specifications do not apply to

switching transients which occur during the first millisecond and the last millisecond of an exposure.

 

FDR D-EVO DR PLATE

A DR upgrade system for analog portables, the self-contained FDR D-EVO retrofit system seamlessly integrates Fujifilm’s wireless FDR D-EVO flat panel system and full featured FDX Console workstation onto an existing GE AMX analog portable. The system simplifies exams and significantly speeds up workflow. Our onboard workstation is easy to use, and image quality is outstanding compared to traditional analog solutions. Features include a convenient swivel and tilting display to simplify image previewing for the technologist, and a clever display cover to protect the collimator from collision with the screen. With robust battery life and on-board charging for both the primary and the spare battery, the system is always at your service.