GE BrightSpeed Elite 16
AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
Software Version: 13BW29.5 SP1-4-1 HP
Software Options List: Smart Prep, Smart Speed, Helical Tilt, AutomA, Power440, Patient- 16-Slice, 3000 Image Series,
Direct-3D, 90KVA, CopyComposer, Direct-MPR, Data Export, Volume Viewer, Connect Pro.
Additional Workstation 4.4
Performix Ultra X-Ray Tube Replaced 2018
Available When: Now
The GE BrightSpeed Elite 16 Slice provides you with with the following Specification:
- Compact Air-Cooled Gantry
- Rotational Times: 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 1, 2, 3, 4 seconds
- HiLight/Lumex Detector Technology
- 16 x 0.625mm routine thin slice scanning
- Performix 6.3MHu X-Ray Tube
- Tube Focal Spots: 0.6 x 0.7 and 0.9 x 0.9
- 53.2kW HF X-Ray Generator
- Xtream FX Operators Console
- VOLARA Digital Acquisition system
- Exam RX Desktop Environment
GE BrightSpeed Elite 16 Slice gives you the following benefits:
One of the smallest footprints in the market. Requiring a minimum room size of 18.4 square meters, the BrightSpeed Elite optimizes the speed, power and resolution needed for all types of routine application.
IQ Enhance: scan as fast as a 50-slice equivalent CT in a wide range of studies without sacrificing image quality for speed.
3D dose modulation: BrightSpeed Elite uses a 3D modulation algorithm which automatically adjusts the mA while maintaining the desired image quality, as you scan along x-y-z axes reducing dose up to 40%.
Low Dose High Image Quality: BrightSpeeds bowtie filter technology automatically attenuates off-axis rays to maintain a more uniform X-ray field at the detectors. This minimizes dose and reduces X-ray scattering effects.
Color-Coded Pediatric protocols: An intuitive interface for pediatric exams uses color codes to offer the user a selection of protocols tuned in advance to suit the weight of the child.
Dose Report and Prospective Dose Display: BrightSpeed Elite provides an easy-to-archive DICOM-structured dose report. It provides a clear summary of the CTDIvol and DLP parameters, so you can compute the dose received during the scan series.