CMS600P2VET is a notebook veterinary B-ultrasound diagnostic system. Its embedded operation system greatly improves the product performance, achieving stronger data process ability and fast process speed. Pop-up menu and keyboard design bring more convenient to users. The device is applicable to the measurement and calculation of the obstetric for swine, bovine, sheep, equine, cat, dog and other animals.
1)Simple and easy image management function, reports can be printed and output.
2)Near field, far field and total gain can be adjusted separately.
3)External storage function.
4)Software is updated through U-disk.
5)Can be connected with video printer, ink-jet printer, laser printer.
6)Realizing image real-time, freeze, memory, calling up and large capacity cine loop; possessing functions such as multi-level scanning depth, dynamic range, focus number, focus distance, focus position adjusting, etc.
Display mode: B, 2B, 4B, BM, M.
Display depth: 240 mm
Focus mode: focus number and focus position can be adjusted.
Measurement and calculation: Distance, circumference, area, volume, angle, ratio and gestational age for swine, equine, bovine, sheep, dog and cat.
Character display: date, time, animal name, animal type, hospital, serial number, frame rate, depth, total gain, dynamic range, frame correlation, probe frequency, magnification times and functional menu.
Image processing: controllable frame correlation, gamma correction, histogram, up and down flip, left and right flip, positive and negative image conversion.
Type of protection against electric shock: class Ⅱ equipment
Degree of protection against electric shock: type BF applied part
Operational voltage: DC15V, 4A
Power consumption: ≤45 VA
User manual 1
Power adapter 1
Power cord 1
Lithium battery 1
Carrying bag 1
Dimension: 292 mm(L)×232 mm(W)×45 mm(H)
Weight: about 2.3 kg (with probe)
No. Name Model Application
7.5 MHz animal rectal probe A7.5-80L40-A16A Mainly applied to the in vivo diagnosis of large animals.
3.5 MHz micro-convex probe C3.5-80R20-A16A Mainly applied to the in vitro diagnosis of small animals.