Monday, 29 May 2017

SONOSCAPE TRANSDUCERS



1.Sonoscape 10L1




The Sonoscape 10L1 is a linear array ultrasound transducer probe. The Sonoscape 10L1 has a frequency range of 5 to 12 MHz 

Sonoscape 10L1 Features

  • Linear array probe
  • Frequency: 5.0 to 12.0 MHz
  • Compatible with: SSI-1000/5000/6000

  • 2.Sonoscape 6V1



The Sonoscape 6V1 micro-curved ultrasound transducer is compatible with Sonoscape SSI-5000, SSI-4000, SSI-1000, and SSI-2000BW ultrasound systems. 
The 6V1 probe can be utilized for endocavitary applications. 


Sonoscape 6V1 Features

  • 8.0-4.0 MHz
  • Micro-Curved Array

    3.Sonoscape C344


The Sonoscape C344 curved ultrasound transducer is compatible with Sonoscape SSI-6000, SSI-5000, SSI-4000, SSI-1000, and SSI-2000BW ultrasound systems. 
The C344 probe can be utilized for abdominal applications.

Sonoscape C344 Features

  • 2.0-5.0 MHz
  • Broadband Curved Array

    4.SonoScape C543

The used SonoScape C543 probe has an operating frequency of 3 to 8 MHz and is used for abdominal and OB-GYN applications. 
This curved probe is compatible with the SonoScape A6 ultrasound machine.

SonoScape C543 Features

  • Curved probe
  • 3 - 8 MHz
  • 5.Sonoscape L741





The Sonoscape L741 linear ultrasound transducer is compatible with Sonoscape SSI-6000, SSI-5000, SSI-4000, SSI-1000, and SSI-2000BW ultrasound systems.

Sonoscape L741 Features
  • 10.0-5.0 MHz
  • Broadband Linear Array
  • 46mm aperture
  • 6.SonoScape 10L2

  • The used SonoScape 10L2 probe operates at a frequency range of 6 to 13 MHz and is used for vascular, MSK, superficial, breast, and small parts applications. 
  • This linear probe is compatible with the SonoScape A6 ultrasound machine.
  • SonoScape 10L2 Features

Linear probe
6 - 13 Mhz

    7.SonoScape 6V4


    The used SonoScape 6V4 probe is used for OB-GYN applications and is compatible with the SonoScape A6 ultrasound machine.

    SonoScape 6V4 Features

    Micro-curved probe
    4 - 9 MHz

      This micro-curved transvaginal probe has an operating frequency range of 4 to 9 MHz.

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