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Power Requirements for Mobile Diagnostic Imaging Equipment

Posted by Darrin Dodge

Jul 3, 2012 5:43:00 PM

Mobile Imaging Equpment Power Requirements 

Are you ready to read the shortest blog post ever answering a very common question about mobile diagnostic imaging equipment? If not, take a minute, brace yourself, and pop a couple Dramamine.  We don’t want to hurt anyone. If you are ready: let’s do this!

  

Question:                                                                                                                           

What are the power requirements for mobile diagnostic imaging trailers?   

 

Answer:

3-Phase/480 volts fits most.  Most mobiles across the larger modalities (MRI, CT scanner, PET/CT, Cath/Angio) are set up with a trailer-to-building hook up with Russell Stoll-style connectors and adapters.  

 

Need More?

If you still have concerns about your power hook-ups, please contact us. Our project managers will be sure to ask all the right questions to help you make sure your power and connections are configured correctly. 

 

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