Technology | October 24, 2014

Cephasonics Launches New Family of cQUB White-Label Ultrasound Systems for Medical Applications

First scanner features clincal user interface for iPad mini

October 24, 2014 — Cephasonics today announced the introduction of the cQUB-1 (cQuest Ultrasound Box-1), the first product in a new family of cQUB white-label ultrasound systems designed and manufactured by Cephasonics for purchase by companies to rebrand with their own brand name and model number.

The cQUB-1 is a complete 64:192 (channels: multiplexed channels) ultrasound system with an integrated computer that has a connection on one end to an ultrasound transducer. It can be displayed on devices such as tablets, laptops or PCs (clients) using Cephasonics’ cQLink client/server wired or wireless technology. The entire system is fully encased in a tough industrial-plastic enclosure with a sturdy handle for portability. It can be configured for any setting, including pole mounting in either vertical or horizontal configurations.

Key Specifications:

  • Complete ultrasound system with 64 channels, 192 multiplexed channels and connection at one end to ultrasound probe
  • Integrated computer with 4 GB RAM and 30 GB hard drive
  • Cephasonics receive analog-front-end modules and AutoFocus receive beamformer
  • Cephasonics transmit beamformer, 5-level pulsing
  • All high voltage/low voltage rails from single 15V DC input
  • Supports probes up to 192 elements: phased array, linear, convex, custom; 1-D/2-D
  • Mid-processor for Doppler modes: CFM, PDI, PWD
  • Simple clinical user interface for iPad mini
  • cQuest Ultrasound API software
  • cQLink networked TCP/IP client/server architecture
  • Interfaces to USB, HDMI, Wi-Fi and Ethernet
  • Dimensions: 14.14 inches/36.2 cm (L) x 7.7 inches/19.7 cm (W) x 5.14 inches/13.2 cm (H)
  • Weight: 11.31 pounds/5 kg

For more information: www.cephasonics.com

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