Mobile support consists of a mobile stand (74 cm width, 112 cm height, 62 cm depth) and Folding Arm (73 cm height)
Mechanical Support System
Sturdy wall support and folding arm with useful extension length for ease of use.
Microprocessor Controlled Functionality and Settings
Microprocessor controlled functionality, sensitivity setting for digital receptor and film, and automatic setting of technique factors by object selection or manual mode.
Ensure consistent doses for accuracy and reproducibility.
World's Best for Digital 0.4 Focal Spot
scil DDX-R 70 is an innovative dental X-ray generator which meets the most stringent imaging requirements in the dental field.
Seamless and Personalized Install
Your dedicated Project Manager works with your clinic to plan a seamless installation every time.
Meeting the most stringent imaging requirements in the dental field.
Technical Details & Downloads
Digital Dental X-R 70 Dental Generator
World’s best for digital 0.4 Focal Spot
The Digital Dental X-R 70 is an innovative dental X-ray generator which meets the most stringent imaging requirements in the dental field, whether you are using high resolution digital receptors or the finest grain films in your Veterinary clinic.
Your dedicated Project Manager works with your clinic to plan a seamless installation every time. Once installed our extensive onsite client training included with every system ensures every staff member is effective in utilizing your new investment from Day 1.
Our experienced staff use the latest diagnostic tools to troubleshoot and resolve issues remotely to maximize up-time.
Vet Solutions Newsletter Article – Simplifying Dental Radiology
“You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, well, you might find you get what you need.”
– Keith Richards/Mick Jagger
During my career as a veterinary technician, nothing has been more frustrating for me than learning how to take diagnostic dental radiographs. It did not come naturally to me. No matter how many times I heard the description of the sun and shadows, it just did not sink in. Every radiograph I took only showed the crown, and often it was elongated, slanted, and just generally awful. This lead to long COHATs, frustrated Veterinarians, and one very frustrated me.
About 10 years into my career, I found myself primarily teaching dentistry. I was now in a position where I had to figure this out. The system I am going to sum up for you in this article is the system that has worked most consistently for myself and for individuals that I am teaching to produce their first dental radiographs. Hopefully, by applying the following guidelines, you can get what you need exactly as stated in the starting quote.
Mechanical Support System
Wall support (12 cm width, 24 cm height, 9 cm depth) 30, 60, and 80 cm extension arms
Folding arm; useful reach of: 138 cm with 30 cm extension arm 168 cm with 60 cm extension arm 188 cm with 80 cm extension arm
The mobile support is composed of: Mobile stand (74 cm width, 112 cm height, 62 cm depth) Folding Arm (73 cm height)
Focal Spot: 0.4 IEC 336/1993
Mains Voltage: 120/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
High Voltage Potential: 70 kVp
Anodic Current: 3.5 mA Inherent Filtration: 2.5 mm
Al Focus Skin Distance: 21 cm
Output Radiation Field: Round 6 cm, Rectangular 3.5×4.6 cm
Coaxial connector for free horizontal rotation
Timer TipSet in mAs
Mains:115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Microprocessor controlled functionality
Sensitivity setting for digital receptor and film
Automatic setting of technique factors by object selection or manual mode
Technique factors in mAs from 0.21 to 11.2 (18 steps R10 scale)
Zero-crossing power switching
Dose consistency (accuracy and reproducibility)
Inhibition of effects of mains fluctuations selectable on request
Back-up timer Hand-switch with 3 m coiled cord
Timer and/or hand-switch can be remotely mounted
Dimensions: 15 cm width, 24 cm height, 9 cm depth