C-Arm Comparison: OEC 9900 vs ZEN-7000

Another set of competitive systems that gets compared often is GE OEC 9900 Elite and Genoray ZEN-7000.  Both system features II and both are equipped with top of the line specs to produce image quality doctors want and need.  Let’s see how they measure up on key specs!

 
Brand & ModelGE OEC 9900 EliteGenoray ZEN-7000
X-ray Generation15kW Rotating Anode15kW Rotating Anode
Anode Heat Capacity300,000 HU300,000 HU
kV Range40 ~ 120kV40 ~ 120kV
Pulse Rate1, 2, 4, 85, 15, 30

X-ray Category: Who Wins?
Too close to call.  Both equipped with 15kW tube, they’re essentially the same thing.

Detector9″ or 12″ II9″ or 12″ II
Resolution (more pixels the better)1 k x 1 k1 k x 1 k
FPSUp to 30FPS30 FPS
Display MonitorDual 18″ DisplayDual 19″ Display

Detector Category: Who Wins?
Too close to call.  Both systems are almost identical to each other.

Free Space787mm / 31″30.94″
Depth of Arc660mm / 26″ | Super C 838mm / 33″28.35″
Orbital Rotation90/25 (overcast) degrees | Super C 90/55 degrees90/45 (overcast) degrees
Panning Motion20 degrees+-12.5 (25 total) degrees

Physical Spec Category: Who Wins?
Depends.  OEC Super C has slightly better specs than ZEN-7000 but without Super C option, ZEN-7000 has better physical specs.

Advanced FeaturesOn-screen keyboard, Bolus Chase, Cardiac, Motorized optionNetwork Capable (Windows), Remote Control Diagnostic, Virtual Collimator, Adjustable Low Dose Mode
Storage1,000 images (ESP)up to 4~5 Million images
OutputDVD, USB, Thermal Printer, DICOMDVD, USB (JPG or BMP or DICOM), Thermals or HP printer, DICOM
Warranty & Support12 Months5 Year Full Parts Warranty + 1 Year Labor Warranty
LIFETIME Phone & Remote Control Support!

 

Which do you think is a winner?  Which would you get?  Tell me your thoughts below!

 

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