U-arm Digital X-ray GU60A
GU60A increases productivity with an ergonomic design that allows higher patient throughput. The system improves image quality with innovative S-detector, S-Vue and Rotation-type Smart Stitching features. GU60A also supports efficient operation with Auto Positioning and Positioning Help.
Quick and Flexible System
GU60A is a universal, fully motorized system that enables rapid movement. Its unique U-arm rotates +120º to -30º, and the Source to Image Distance (SID) travels 100 cm to 180 cm (39.37 in. to 70.86 in.) to enable examination in various positions with a remote control.
Rotation-type Smart Stitching
Smart Stitching captures two or more images consecutively, and then stitches the multiple images into one image.
Samsung’s next-generation S-Vue imaging engine delivers high-resolution images through advanced processing and adaptive filtering, and provides enhanced image contrast and sharpness.
- Results may vary depending on individual use.
S-Detector is wireless and lightweight with enhanced DQE that displays the patient’s anatomical structure vividly and easily with reduced dose. Three available S-Detector sizes enable convenient imaging of different areas.
S-Detectors are compatible with Samsung DR Systems**, so when components break or fail, DR S-Detectors can be used for other systems. Various detector configurations support unique clinical needs and continuous care.
- *Option ** Compatible Samsung DR systems may vary by country.
S3025-W is water-resistant to protect it from liquid sprays and dust in all directions. The product is durable against unexpected contact with substances such as blood, body fluids and liquid and powdered medication.
- S3025-W features International Protection Marking code(IP54)-level protection.
Intuitive User Interface
Intuitive icons on the wide, 12-inch touchscreen of the Tube Head Unit (THU) allow users to easily operate the system. In addition, multiple images can easily be captured after checking the previews.
Status Color Coding
With Status Color Coding, users can view the state of movement according to LED column color changes. This intuitive ability to perceive status enables prompt handling by users.
The fully automated swiveling arm moves to approximately 500 exam positions. The arm can be controlled with a handheld wireless remote control.
The function displays patient positioning image guides on the Tube Head Unit(THU) to ensure correct patient positioning before imaging.
Individual Blade Control
A 4-axis individual blade control function reduces unnecessary radiation dosage by enabling only specific radiation areas to be set as needed. This function is especially useful for pediatric chest examinations.
Collision avoidance system
Six sensors at the THU, swivel arm and receptor can detect the movement of patients and users to avoid collision.
An auto sensor transmits shooting condition data such as AEC* and X-ray dose information measured by the DAP** to reduce radiation exposure, and relevant information is stored on PACS*** for cumulative patient dose tracking.
- *AEC: Auto Exposure Control, **DAP: Dose Area Product, ***PACS: Picture Archiving and Communication System
Remote Management System (RMS) enables continuous monitoring of system errors, along with auto-diagnosis of the system and software version.
- RMS service availability may vary by country.
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