Used Dental Intraoral X-Ray | Gendex 765DC

The Gendex 765DC is a high-frequency, direct-current intraoral radiographic unit with a fixed output of 65 kV and 7 mA. This output provides excellent image contrast, and reduces patient exposure to radiation. The unit's control panel has 5 preset time settings identified by pictograms of anatomical areas of the mouth and single-button selections for patient size (adult or child), and for recording method (standard x-ray film or a digital receptor).

  • 21 time settings ranging from 0.02 to 2 seconds
  • Digitally displayed time on the control panel
  • 8" focal length with a 0.4mm focal spot
  • Exposure Time: 0.02 to 2 sec.
  • Intuitive control panel
  • X-ray generator for dental diagnostics
  • Smallest focal spot available on the market: 0.4
  • Can be switched to the pre-programmed mode
  • Automatically identifies the correct exposure times depending on the anatomic area selected
  • High quality images, characterized by minimizing shading around morphological structures
  • High level of definition
  • Easy and quick to switch
  • Can operate with digital equipment, such as intraoral sensors
  • Can operate with traditional radiographic film
  • Easy-to-use controls
Technical Specifications: 
  • Duty cycle: 1:30
  • IEC336 Focal spot: 0.4mm
  • Line voltage: 115V, 60 Hz or 230V, 50 Hz
  • Focal spot: 0.4 (IEC 336/1993).
  • Focal length: standard 8 inch (20cm)
  • Power supply: 110V, 60Hz – 230V 50Hz
  • Absorbed current: 4 A @ 230V
  • Voltage applied to the x-ray tube: 65 kV
  • Anodic current: 7 mA
  • Exposure times: 7 mA
  • Exposure times:  from 0.02 to 2 s (scale R10)