GE OEC 9800 Plus

Ref : 2018667-14-AW
Condition : Used
Manufacturer : GE
Model : OEC 9800 Plus
Year(s) : -
Quantity : 1
Location : Seller or machines location:
AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
Last check : 26 Jul. 2019

Mobile Imaging System - Refurbished
The GE OEC 9800 Plus is the gold standard in mobile fluoroscopy applications and innovative X-ray imaging technology. The OEC 9800 Plus offers full 1k2 high-resolution imaging on a mobile system. It features proprietary image I.Q. for uncompromised image quality. The 9800 Plus has an enhanced mechanical design which is ideal for a wide range of applications It provides solutions for the most demanding needs in pain management, general, orthopedic, vascular, neurovascular, and cardiac surgeries. This Mobile C-arm is the benchmark for fluoroscopy applications and X-ray technology with its touch-screen operations, crisp and clear images, low X-ray dosage, and a 15 kW generator. This C-arm has broken the barrier traditionally reserved for contemporary fixed-room imaging systems.

The Advanced acquisition at 30 PPS and playback at 30 FPS helps produce four times the resolution of previous mobile imaging systems. The 9800 Plus has a specially designed rotating anode that reduces overheating during long procedures. This X-ray system features Image I.Q. which is GE's proprietary image intelligence technology. This is the technology that provides the extraordinary image quality. To help with this quality, this system is equipped with Smart Window and Smart Metal Technology.
Smart Window

Smart window technology dynamically sense the collimator position and automatically adjusts the sampling windows size to optimize the image quality further.

Dual-leaf tungsten collimator.
Levels contrasts.
Adjusts brightness.

Smart Metal

Smart Metal is a unique innovation from GE. After Smart Metal is initialized, optimized image resolutions is maintained even with the introductions of metal objects into the X-ray imaging field.

No need for manual brightness and contrast adjustments are needed.
Reduces system sensitivity to metal.


During live fluoroscopy procedures it is important to keep maximum visibility regardless if the patient's anatomy moves. With the introduction of AutoTrak, the sampling window automatically moves with the anatomy, ensuring excellent images regardless of collimation or centering. If the subject anatomy moves within the field of view, AutoTrak will maintain the correct exposure, even if the anatomy moves to the edge of the imaging field or is improperly collimated.

Detect subject anatomy with dynamic sampling window.
Reduction of dark images and burn-out.
Image stabilization means fewer images and lower dose to physician and patient.
True point-and-shoot technology in most imaging situations.

GE OEC 9800 Plus Specifications

X-Ray System
Specialty Packages Available

Vascular 8/15 FPS
Neurovascular 30 FPS
Cardiac 30 FPS
Super C


60 kHz High frequency
15 kW full-wave
Up to 120 kVp
Up to 75 mA for radiographic film exposures.
Continuous fluoro boost mode up to 20 mA
Pulsed fluoro mode
Pulsed fluorography mode up to 40 mA. (optional)
Full power from outlet:
50 Hz or 60 Hz
100V-15A to 240V-10A.
Patented energy buffer design.

X-Ray Tube

Rotating anode X-ray tube.
Focal spots: 0.3 mm and 0.6 mm.
Anode heat capacity: 300,000 HU.
Anode cooling rate: 60,000 HU/min.
Housing heat capacity: 1,600,000 HU.
Anode diameter: 3.1 in.
Anode angle: 10°.
X-ray tube cooling fan. (Vascular, Neurovascular & Cardiac units.)


Iris collimation with dual opposing semi-transparent leaf shutters allow elliptical, round and rectangular collimation.
Minimum beam size < 5 X 5 cm2.
Iris and shutters are continuously variable.
All functions remotely controlled from the C-Arm control panel.

Fluoroscopy Mode

Focal spot: 0.3 mm
kVp range: 40 – 120 kVp
mA range: 0.2 – 10 mA normal mode
mA range: 0.2 – 20 mA continuous fluoro boost mode.
Auto and manual modes.
Continuous, one-shot or pulsed operation.
ABS varies mA, kVp and camera gain.
User specific ABS tables

Pulsed Fluoroscopy Mode

Focal spot: 0.3 mm.
kVp range: 40 – 120 kVp.
mA range: 0.2 – 10 mA
Pulse rate: 1, 2, 4, or 8 pulses per second.
Pulse width: 30 or 50 milliseconds.
Computer controlled ABS, mA, kVp and camera gain.

Pulsed Fluorography Mode (optional)

Focal spot: 0.3 mm.
kVp range: 40 – 120 kVp.
mA range: Up to 40 mA
Pulse rate: 1, 2, 4, or 8 pulses per second.
Pulse width: 30 or 50 milliseconds.
Computer controlled camera iris, mA, kVp, & camera gain.

Digital Spot Mode

Focal spot: 0.3 mm.
kVp range: 40 – 120 kVp.
mA range: 1.0 – 75 mA.
Automatically terminates exposure and stores enhanced image to storage archival disk.

Radiographic Mode

Focal spot: 0.3 mm or 0.6 mm.
Focal spot automatically selected.
kVp range: 50 – 120 kVp.
0.3 mm - mAs range: 1 – 100 mAs.
0.6 mm - mAs range: 110 – 300 mAs.

Video Imaging System
Image Intensifier
9 in Image Intensifier

Tri-mode 9 in/6 in/4.5 in image intensifier
9 in.: 2.3 lp/mm.
6 in.: 3.2 lp/mm.
4.5 in.: 3.8 lp/mm.
DQE: 65%. (typical)

12 in Image Intensifier. (optional)

Tri-mode 12 in/9 in/6 in image intensifier:
12 in.: 1.7 lp/mm.
9 in.: 2.3 lp/mm.
6 in.: 3.0 lp/mm.
DQE: 65%. (typical)

Video Camera

High resolution CCD camera.
1,004 x 1,004 pixels.
Full frame capture.
360° motorized rotation.
On-screen orientation indicator. (real-time feedback without fluoro.)
Left-right image reversal
Top-bottom image reversal.
Negative mode.
Computer controlled features:
Camera iris

Video Monitors

Dual 16 in, black etched, anti-glare, anti-static.
Touch Screen Display.
Ambient room light sensor.
Multi-LED X-ray "ON" indicator.
Remote window/level controls.

Hardcopy Options

Thermal printer. (optional)
DICOM (optional)
Image Capture Device. (optional)
Laser Aiming Device. (optional)

C-Arm Dimensions

Height: 69 / 87 in (1734 / 2191 mm)
Width: 33 in (838 mm)
Length: 79 in (1994 mm)
Weight: 720 lbs

Workstation Dimensions

Height: 64 in (1632 mm)
Width: 27 in (692 mm)
Depth: 27 in (692 mm)
Weight: 430 lbs.

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