Here’s comparison review of GE OEC Elite CFD and Genoray’s Oscar 15 FD. Both system features Flat Detector panel instead of II and comes with lots of advanced capabilities and close competitors. Let’s see how they measure up on key specs!
|Brand & Model||OEC Elite CFD||Genoray Oscar 15 FD|
|X-ray Generation||15kW Rotating Anode||15kW Rotating Anode|
|X-ray Cooling Rate||85,000 HU/min||100,000 HU/min|
|kV Range||40 ~ 120kV||40 ~ 120kV|
|Pulse Rate||4, 8 15||1, 2, 4, 8, 15, 30 (To be added Summer of 2019)|
X-ray Category: Who Wins?
Too close to call. Both equipped with 15kW tube, they’re essentially the same thing.
|Detector||Flat Detector 21 x 21cm (8.26in) or 31 x 31cm (12.20in)||Flat Detector 26 x 26cm (10.24in)|
|Resolution (more pixels the better)||1.5 k x 1.5 k||2.5 k x 2.5 k|
|Pixel pitch (smaller the better)||135.3 um / 198 um (31cm)||100 um|
|Display Monitor||32″ Color Display||43″ Color Display|
Detector Category: Who Wins?
Oscar 15. Oscar 15 comes with higher resolution Detector.
|Free Space||790mm / 31.2″||800mm / 31.49″|
|Depth of Arc||670mm / 26.5″ | Super C 840mm / 33.0″||730mm / 29″|
|Orbital Rotation||90/55 (overcast) degrees||90/60 (overcast) degrees|
|Panning Motion||20 degrees||+-12.5 degrees|
Physical Spec Category: Who Wins?
Too close to call. OEC Super C is slightly better than Oscar 15 but it’s regular C is smaller than Oscar 15.
|Advanced Features||On-screen keyboard, Bolus Chase, Cardiac||Network Capable (Windows), Remote Control Diagnostic, Virtual Collimator, Adjustable Low Dose Mode|
|Storage||40,000 images||4~5 Million images|
|Output||DVD, USB, Thermal Printer, DICOM||DVD, USB (JPG or BMP or DICOM), Thermals or HP printer, DICOM|
|Warranty & Support||12 Months||5 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!