Here’s comparison review of Philips Zenition 70 which is very anticipated model of Philips 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||Philips Zenition 70||Genoray Oscar 15 FD|
|X-ray Generation||15kW Rotating Anode||15kW Rotating Anode|
|X-ray Cooling Rate||73,000 HU/min||100,000 HU/min|
|kV Range||40~ 120kV||40-120kV|
|Pulse Rate||max 30 pps||1 ~ 30 pps|
X-ray Category: Who Wins?
Too Close to Call. Zenition has slightly lower cooling rate but it has oil circulation cooling so it’s tie.
|Detector||Flat Detector 26 x 26cm or 21 x 21cm (8.15 x 8.15″)||Flat Detector 26 x 26cm (10.24 inches)|
|Resolution (more pixels the better)||1,560 x 1,420 pixels or 1344 x 1344 pixels||2,600 x 2,560 pixels|
|Pixel pitch (smaller the better)||184 u or 154 u||100 u|
Detector Category: Who Wins?
Oscar 15, Bigger size of Zenition is same size as Oscar 15 but Oscar 15 has better resolution & pixel pitch!
|Free Space||793mm / 31.20″||800mm / 31.49″|
|Depth of Arc||730mm / 29″||730mm / 29″|
|Orbital Rotation||90/50 (overcast) degrees||90/60 (overcast) degrees|
|Panning Motion||+-12.5 degrees|
Physical Spec Category: Who Wins?
Oscar 15, it has 10 degree more overcast rotation!
|Advanced Features||Tablet like UI, Cardiac package, 15″ LCD||Network Capable (Windows), Remote Control Diagnostic, Virtual Collimator, Adjustable Low Dose Mode, 43″ 4K monitor|
|Storage||140,000 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!