TRB9020H

Multipurpose, lightweight, battery powered portable unit. Ideal for home medical care or emergencies.

The TRB9020H is a battery powered, compact, lightweight unit(7.1kg including battery). The unit employs our detachable battery system to enable continuous use. A dual laser pointer in the collimator centers to align your SID. The unit is capable of making approximately 200 exposures per charge. The battery can be charged from a vehicle's power socket using an optional DC to AC power inverter.

●Battery

The unit includes one detachable battery. If many exposures are needed and to enable continuous use we recommend the optional purchase of a spare battery.

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●Carrying case

A hard carrying case is available for safe and easy transportation.
Size:W390mm×D261mm×H310mm
Weight: 12.3kg (including X-ray unit)

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Model
TRB9020H Battery powered portable x-ray unit
Max.output power
1.35kW
Line voltage
DC, 59.2V
Focal spot
0.8mm × 0.8mm
kV range
40kV-90kV (2kV step)
mA range
20mA@40-60kV, 15mA@62-80kV
10mA@82-90kV, High power mode:15mA@82-90kV
Timer
0.01-1.00sec, High power mode: 0.01-0.31sec
Memory storage
5 presets
Laser pointer
Dual laser
Size・Weight
L321×W220×H192mm 7.1kg
Accessories
Battery/Battery charger/Hand-held
exposure switch and cord
Remarks
The product complies with
the Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Law.

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● MS-Ⅲ for TRB9020H/V,HF8015H,HF8020V

The MS-Ⅲ is a mobile x-ray stand that is easy to dismantle for maximum portability.

This is a lightweight and compact stand. A gas spring balance system facilitates easy and smooth vertical movement. It is easy to assemble and store. A carrying case is available for easy transportation.

In addition to hospital use, this stand is suitable for disaster medical care, home medical care, mobile clinic vehicles, doctors' cars and ambulances.

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● Carrying cases for MS-Ⅲ

A choice of soft or hard carrying cases are available. These cases provide safe, compact storage of the disassembled parts of MS-Ⅲ x-ray stand enables easy transportation. They are both mounted on casters.

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