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XGEO GC80, incorporating Samsung's own know-how and technology, reduces examination time for diagnoses and upgrades your hospital.

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Digital Radiography (DX)

Product Description

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XGEO GC80, incorporating Samsung’s own know-how and technology, reduces examination time for diagnoses and upgrades your hospital.

FPD (Flat Panel Detector)

The ultrasensitive FPD (Flat Panel Detector) with Samsung Electronics’ outstanding image processing engine improves patient safety and reliability of diagnoses by acquiring high-resolution images with very small amounts of radiation. The compact, light-weighted, and portable detector will provide a better medical environment by improving user convenience and the efficiency of work.

Smart Stitching

Smart Stitching is a function that automatically puts and connects several images together to show an intact body part image that is bigger than the total area of the FPD. It quickly provides the user with one seamless image without requiring any additional work to adjust stitching lines or overlapping regions.

Soft Handling

Thanks to Samsung’s humanoid robot technologies, the user can easily adjust the THU (Tube Head Unit) using only one hand. This leads to better convenience and workflow.

Full Automation

Auto positioning: Auto Positioning adjusts the THU and the table or wall stand to frequently used positions by the touch of a button, allowing the user to focus on scanning images and providing care to the patient.
Auto tracking: The detector is synchronized with the movement of the THU, and the THU is synchronized with the movement of the detector. This provides convenient working environment since it prevents additional adjustments in the shooting process.
Auto sync: The THU is synchronized with the movement of the detector to provide more convenient scanning.
Auto park: When the scanner is not in use, it is automatically parked in a safe position, preventing possible damages to the equipment or patient injuries from accidental impact.

Positioning Help

The visual guide provides various scanning positions to help the user acquire images easily.

6-way Table

The 6-way Table’s location can be adjusted in six directions, along the x, y and z axes, to accommodate the various physical attributes of patients and situations. The table is designed to move with great flexibility in any of the six directions to help patients who are immobile or who have severe injuries to position themselves easily for a scan.

Intuitive GUI & AUI

The integrated UI (User Interface) used in the THU (Tube Head Unit) and simple and intuitive GUI (Graphical User Interface) makes it easier to use and understand the equipment, providing high levels of ease and convenience. Various elements of AUI (Audio User Interface), corresponding with the THU’s movement, provide an intuitive user experience. In addition the XGEO GC80 is designed in a refined and elegant manner.

Remote Control System

Remote Controller: Most functions of the equipment can be controlled by a remote control, which allows the user to work with the scanner more conveniently without going back and forth between the scanning room and the control room.
Wireless Foot Switch: The wireless foot switch prevents patients or operators from accidentally tripping over the foot switch cable and allows the operator to adjust the table position from anywhere.

THU Touch Screen

The large 12 inch touch screen on the THU enhances the usability by quickly displaying the captured image and providing easy to use GUI.

Individual Blade Control (4-way Control Device)

When scanning an area that is smaller than the area of the FPD, the individual blade control moves the four axes of the area to lower unnecessary radiation exposure. By adjusting the area, the amount of exposed X-ray radiation dosage is minimized. This function is especially effective when scanning the chests of children.


The AEC (Automatic Exposure Control) function controls the X-ray dosage to prevent the patient from being exposed to unnecessary radiation. The DAP sensor of the collimator shows the X-ray dosage for the patient and the operator can manage the dosage effectively by utilizing the DAP information sent to the PACS.

Anti-collision Sensor

The THU has 6 anti-collision sensors that sense objects and people’s movement to prevent the equipment from colliding with users or patients.


Digital Radiography (DX)

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