3rd Generation Compressed Sensing Technology
Green X 12

The Advanced 4-In-1 Digital X-Ray Imaging System

Green X is an advanced 4-in-1 digital x-ray imaging system that incorporates Pano, Ceph (optional), CBCT, and Model Scan. With Vatech’s extensive experience in the dental imaging field, the Green X provides high-quality images with lower radiation by combining image processing. This will improve your diagnostic accuracy and lead to increased treatment planning and patient satisfaction.

Smart Focus : 1 Scan, 5 Images

With Green X 12, you will get high-resolution images of multiple treatment areas with a single shot. With 1 scan, you get 5 different high- resolution images :three 4×4, one 12×8.5 image and one Auto PANO image.

Other advantages are minimal X-ray exposure to the patients and less work for staff, which means a faster and more efficient workflow. 

Endo Mode With High Resolution

Vatech dramatically improves its image quality with much less artifact and noise via its Compressed Sensing Technology (CST), iterating reconstruction process 10 times more than the normal amount to depict the object’s true representation.

Specifications
FunctionCBCT + Pano + Model Scan + Ceph
Focal Spot0.5 mm (IEC 60336)
CT FOV Size4×4, 8×5, 8×8, 12×8.5 cm
Voxel Size4×40.05 mm
8×5 / 8×8 / 12×8.50.12 mm / 0.2 mm
Scan TimePano7.5 sec / 14.1 sec
Ceph1.9 sec / 4.9 sec
CBCT10.0 sec / 13.0 sec
Gray Scale14 bit
Tube Voltage60 ~ 99 kV / 4 – 16 mA
WeightWithout Ceph Unit162.9 kg (without Base)
217.9 kg (With Base)
With Ceph Unit187.9 kg (Without Base)
242.9 kg (With Base)
DimensionsWithout Ceph Unit1085.0 mm (L) x 1343.5 mm (W) x 2315.4 mm (H) – without Base
1085.0 mm (L) x 1343.5 mm (W) x 2345.4 mm (H) – with Base)
With Ceph Unit1905.5 mm (L) x 1374.9 mm (W) x 2315.4 mm (H) – without Base
1905.5 mm (L) x 1374.9 mm (W) x 2315.4 mm (H) – with Base
Dimensions [Unit : mm]

Compressed Sensing Technology

Vatech dramatically improves its image quality with much less artifact and noise
via its Compressed Sensing Technology (CST), iterating reconstruction process 10 times more than the normal amount to depict the object’s true representation.

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