Gendex – Orthoralix 9200

The versatile Orthoralix 9200 system offers standard panoramic projections, as well as a full array of advanced programs to satisfy the demanding needs of dental specialists. Plus, with both film-based and direct digital models and the optional cephalometric arm, the capabilities of the 9200 can expand with your practice.


Wide Range of Projections – The Orthoralix 9200 offers 10 standard projections, with the ability to add 5 Cephalometric projections and the Transcan tomography projection to satisfy the needs of today’s dental specialists. Its intuitive control panel and easy-to-read display simplifies the process of selecting projections. Plus, with the precision of morphology following and multi-motorized arm rotation, the 9200 excels at focal trough reconstruction.

  • 10 standard imaging projections and 6 additional with optional upgrades
  • Meets the demands of today’s orthodontists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and other specialists

Advanced Image Quality – Three technical factor setting modes are available to ensure complete flexibility and quality control. Manual mode for total operation control, Preset mode where the operator can customize settings, and Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) mode. With AEC, the 9200 automatically raises or lowers the kV setting based on measurements of bone size and density.

  • Triple laser beam guide system and motorized column for simple, accurate patient positioning
  • Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) to ensure optimum image contrast and balance
  • Real-time image reconstruction with the direct digital model

Expand Your Capabilities – Utilizing the latest in CCD sensor technology and built-in LAN connectivity, the 9200 DDE model allows clinicians to digitally capture x-ray images and share them with any computer connected to the network for maximum productivity. With the option to add a Cephalometric arm, the Transcan cross-sectional tomography projection, and convert to direct digital technology, the 9200 is one of the most expandable panoramic systems available.

  • Direct digital model with the latest CCD sensor technology and direct LAN connectivity
  • Optional Cephalometric arm attachment
  • Optional Transcan implantology projection for transverse cross-sections of upper and lower jaw
Power Supply 115-250 VAC ± 10%
Frequency 50/60 Hz ± 2 Hz
Maximum Line Power Rating 10 A at 250 V, 20 A at 115 V
Anode Voltage 60 – 84 kV, in 2 kV steps
Anode Current 3 – 15 mA, in 1 mA steps
Exposure Time 12 s for standard pan, 0.16 – 2.5 s for Cephalometric
Duty Cycle 1:20 at full power operation
Focal Spot 0.5 mm, IEC 336 (1993)
Vertical Reach 39″ to 71″ (100 to 180 cm) from floor to occlusal plane
Weight 410 lbs (115 kg), 467 lbs (212 kg) with Ceph arm
Active Area CCD Sensor 147 x 6 mm (Standard Pan), 220 x 6 mm (Ceph)
Image Size 1536 x 2725 pixels (Standard Pan), 2304 x 2529 pixels (Ceph – Maximum)
Minimum PC Requirements Pentium® II CPU, 400 MHz, 256 MB RAM