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ORAMA II SYSTEM

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Logos Imaging’s ORAMA II system is not only the most popular DR system we offer, it is also the most rugged. With an IP64 rating and a drop test rating of 1 m, the ORAMA II is the ideal solution for field use.

This system offers a 14” x 17” image area, 8 mm bottom border, and is shielded for up to 330 kV sources. Coupled with the ASÝRMATOS II interface, the ORAMA II provides users with up to 400 m line of site wireless operation. When used in conjunction with a Golden Engineering XRS3, the system provides over 60 mm of steel penetration as well as material discrimination (organic detection) using the optional CHRÓMA module.

Unique features of the ORAMA:
• Includes Full Wired and Wireless Operation
• 8 mm Bottom Border
• High Resolution and Sensitivity, 127 μm Pixel Size, 3.9 lp/mm
• Greater than 60 mm Penetration in Steel using the XRS3

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Technical data

( all weights and dimensions are approximate and details are subject to change without notification )

Technology

Amorphous Silicon with TFT

Scintillator

Gadox

Pixel Area

16.7” x 14.1” / 42.3 x 35.8 cm

Pixel Matrix

3328 x 2816 pixels

Pixel Size

127 μm

Limiting Resolution

3.9 lp/mm

AD Conversion

16 bits

Communications Interface

Wireless 2.4 GHz (5 GHz Optional), Wired LAN

Communications Range

Wireless 50 m or up to 400 m with interface (Line of Sight, using 2.4 GHz).
Wired option 50 m to 200 m

Image Transfer

Wired – 5 seconds / Wireless – 9 seconds (Estimated)

X-ray Energy Range

40 – 330 kV

Weight

11.7 lb (5.3 kg)

Dimensions (Panel)

18.7” x 15.7” x 0.7” / 47.5 x 40.0 x 1.8 cm

Power

100-240 VAC (50-60 Hz), 2A using included power supply
14.4 V, 93 Wh, Li-lon hot-swappable battery pack

Operating Temperature

-4° to 122° F / -20 to 50 °C

Storage Temperature

-4° to 122° F / -20 to 50 °C

PC Specs (Minimum)

Core i7 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk, 14” 1600 x 900 display, Windows 7 Professional

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