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Ritter Dental X-Rays 

There were many  models of the Ritter X-Ray.  If you know your model, please select it from the  index list for calibration and other information .  If you are not sure of the model the following pictures and descriptions  maybe of some help.

1976-1985

Ritter Meteor X Dual Range
Model R X-Rays

There were seven type's of the Model R X-Ray.  The R-1, R-2, R-4, R-1A, R-2A, R-1B and R-2B.  The front panel shown on the left may not necessarily look like the model you are working on.  The most distinguishing feature with the Model R X-ray is that they all had a key switch on the front panels.

1971-1975

Ritter Meteor Dual Range
Model L X-Rays

There were four type's of the Model L X-Ray, the L1, L2, L3 and L4.  The front panel shown on the left may not necessarily look like the model you are working on.  The most distinguishing feature with all Model L X-ray is there is no key switch and most of them have a timer select meter as shown.

1974-1985

Ritter Explorer II
Model P X-Rays

There were Two type's of the Model P X-ray.  The automatic head select and the manual head select. The most distinguishing feature with all Model P X-Rays is the key switch and a rotary Knob for the KVP selection.

Note:   Many master model P controls were wired to Model J remote stations.  They look very similar however the Model J remote station has no key switch.

 

1971-1974

Ritter Explorer
Model J X-Rays

There were seven type's of the Model J X-Ray.  The most distinguishing feature with all the Model Js is the black pushbutton KVP selector under the timer dial and it has no key switch.

Note:   Many master model J controls were wired to Model P remote stations.  They look very similar however the Model P remote station has a key switch.


1966-1971

Ritter Mark 75
Model H X-Rays

There was only one of the Model H X-Ray.  the different time settings were changed by two rocker switches and a density control knob.  There were no multi headed capabilities and no remote station.

 

1962-1970 Ritter Modulex
Model G X-Rays

There were two type's  of the Model G X-Ray.  the G1 which was capable of firing only one head and the G3 which was capable of selecting up to three different heads.

 

1959-1962 Ritter Century
Model F X-Rays


 

1957-1959 Ritter Century
Model E X-Rays

 

 

 

1959-1987 Ritter X-Rays Arm
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