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Rolloscope ML - Motorized Mammography Viewer
Rolloscope ML Manual (pdf) |
Features & Benefits
Rolloscope ML Overview
The ML model maintains all the features of the M model while adding the capacity for 33% more films.
This provides the ability to view 8 over 8 of the standard 18 x 24 cm mammography films at once.
Productivity is increased by seeing four years of history on the same patient without the distraction of handling films or adjusting masking.
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Rolloscope ML Manual
Download the Rolloscope ML Manual here.
- Safety Information
- General Information
- Maintenance and Calibration
- Maintenance Record
- Parts List
- Price List - Parts
Download a printer-friendly spec sheet
Rolloscope ML Specifications
Regulatory US & Canada
CSA Listed for US and Canada under UL Std No 60601-1 and
CAN/CSA C22.2 No 601.1-M90
CAN/CSA C22.2 No 601.1-S1-94
CAN/CSA C22.2 No 601.1B-98
Classification: Class I, Type B
Listed to comply with standards set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 21 CFR-892-1890
- Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anaesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
- Continuous operation.
- Degree of Protection Against Harmful Ingress of Water: Ordinary equipment.
CE approved under EN 5501:1998 Amendment A1:1999
Group 1, Class A, ISM Equipment for Industrial, Scientific and Medical Equipment.
Features & Benefits
- Automatically memorizes shutter positions on each frame. No need to push a Store button. The Rolloscope M does it for you, then recalls the setting when you return to the frame.
- Complete control of masking size with four shutters. Control individually with toggle switches or all four with roaming joystick.
- Four preset switches allow storing of favorite mask sizes.
- Luminance seamlessly variable from 3% (350 nit) to 100% (12000+ nit).
- Switches to Full Frame mode with one button. Full Frame mode accommodates 14”x17” films.
- Low maintenance, long life by design. Film belt life expectancy 10+ years. Illuminator fluorescent lamps life expectancy 3 to 4 years.
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