FAQ for COCOON
Yes. The 510K number for COCOON is K173046.
COCOON’s generator is wrapped with lead to prevent radiation leakage. The safety lock key also provides unwanted radiation exposure.
COCOON is compatible with any kind of detector, sensor, film, PSP, etc.
Yes, it is normal. To save battery power, COCOON turns itself off automatically after three minutes. The time in which it shuts itself off can adjusted in the “Power Save Time” option in the settings menu.
COCOON should be positioned around two inches (five cm) away from the patient.
COCOON is UV coated, making it easy to clean, but it is not waterproof so make sure to clean it with a substance that is not a liquid. We recommend using small amounts of sanitizer on a rag and using that to rub the surface.
FAQ for the ADX6000FB/s
Yes. The 510K number for the iRayA6 is K143494.
Yes, the ADX6000FB/s is compatible with all detectors.
FAQ for the DX3000
Yes. The 510K number for the DX3000 is K133007.
It takes about one hour to fully charge the battery. On a full charge, it can take around 250 to 300 X-rays.
It is compatible with any kind of detector, sensor, film, PSP, etc.
FAQ for the ADX4000W
Yes. The 510K number for the ADX4000W is K134055.
It has 16GB of memory, so it can store up to 1,000 images.
Embedded within the ADX4000W is its own operating system, so buying software is not necessary. It already has software that allows the user to transfer images wirelessly or via USB.
Yes, it is. It has a graphical UI screen that allows users to tap icons to configure and adjust settings.