If you are looking for a powerful portable ultrasound with high-quality imaging and advanced features built-in, then the Philips CX50 is worth considering. Scroll below for more information about the CX50’s capabilities and specifications.
Philips CX50 Dimensions & Weight
Height: 86 mm (3.4 in)
Width: 413 mm (16.25 in)
Depth: 356 mm (14 in)
Weight: 7.3 kg (16.2 lbs.), approx. 43 lbs. with packaging
Philips CX50 Specifications
Next-generation all-digital compact broadband beamformer with pulse shaping capability.
Up to 504,576 digitally-processed channels.
Image presentation: Depth from 1 cm to 30 cm (transducer dependent).
Up to 170 dB full-time system dynamic range.
Philips CX50 Technology Definitions
AutoSCAN image optimization: This Philips CX50 feature automatically and continuously optimizes the brightness of the image at the default gain and TGC settings for the best image quality. It can be turned on and off as needed.
iSCAN intelligent optimization: This feature provides automatic one-button global image optimization on the Philips CX50 through AI adjustment of TGC, Doppler and receiver gain, compression curve, Doppler PRF, and Doppler baseline.
Advanced XRES adaptive image processing: This is an advanced real-time speckle reduction feature standard on the CX50 that also enhances edge definition.
SmartExam protocols: A step by step user-customizable set of protocols on the Philips CX50 that can help speed exams and increase consistency.
PureWave crystal technology: Philips version of the single crystal transducer technology that improves image quality on the CX50 at higher penetration. This makes it easier to diagnose difficult-to-scan patients.
Active native data: On the Philips CX50 this is a software tool that enables image processing, quick data re-acquisition, and image analysis with the same resolution and same frame rates of the original images. It is available in 2D mode, PW & CW Doppler, Color Doppler, and Physio. Active native data helps shorten exam duration, improves clinical workflow by post-processing, and reduces the time needed to keep the probe on the patient.
Live Compare: This feature of the CX50 allows the recall of current or previous exam image data for direct side-by-side comparison with current image data.
SonoCT: This is real-time compound imaging on the Philips CX50 that obtains multiple coplanar, tomographic images from different viewing angles, then combines them into a single compound image at real-time frame rates.
PureWave Crystal technology: A breakthrough single crystal technology on the CX50 that allows greater acoustic efficiency and bandwidth than piezoelectric (Ceramic) technology.
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