GE Senographe 2000D digital mammography, 2006, DIGITAL Mammo, Aqc. console, de-installed
The Senographe 2000 D’s digital technology offers the capability to acquire images in near-real time and to process them (variation of
brightness and contrast levels, auto-windowing, and image manipulation. It also offers high exam productivity, and potential dose reduction as compared to film/screen. The tube’s Rhodium spectrum is optimized in digital imaging.
GE Senographe 2000D Specifications: Generator Constant potential high frequency kV range: 22 – 49 kV mAs range: 4 – 500 mAs Input line: 200 – 414 VAC X-ray tube Dual track, Rotating anode Target type: Molybdenum / Rhodium Speed: 9000 RPM max Focal spots: 0.15 x 0.3 mm Filtration: 0.03mm Molybdenum / 0.025mm Rhodium / 1.0mm Aluminum C-arm Automatic dual compression Readout: compression force, thickness, field size, magnification and angle Rotation: +/– 180 ° Motorized vertical positioning Automatic collimation Digital image receptor Flat panel amorphous silicon 100 micron resolution 19 x 23 cm image format Operator control console Operator modes: AOP (Automatic optimization of parameters) Auto-time and manual Operator shield Acquisition workstation 21 inch monitor, 1k x 1k Keyboard and mouse Image display and manipulation Database management Image transfer via DICOM Image annotation