Philips, has integrated premium, innovative technologies into the new CX50 system

System Architecture

Next-generation all-digital compact broadband beamformer with pulse shaping capability, High resolution A/D conversion with 170 dB full time system dynamic range.

Control panel and user interface

Easy-to-learn graphical user interface, Ergo-centric design of primary controls readily accessible and logically grouped, Tri-state control panel lighting

Dimension

Width: 16.25 inch (41.3 cm), Height: 3.4 inch (8.6 cm), Net Weight: 7.3kg (16.2 lb)

Display screen

15.4 in/39.1 cm high-resolution display with wide viewing angle, Laptop style alphanumeric QWERTY keyboard, Ergonomic integrated carrying handle

Key advantages

Premium performance anywhere you need it, Exceptional results on technically difficult patient

iSCAN image optimization

One-touch image optimization, In 2D mode, one button automatic adjustment of: – TGC and receiver gain to achieve optimal uniformity and brightness of tissues

Imaging Solutions

The CX50 is fully configurable, allowing you to select imaging capabilities, transducers, and clinical analysis to support your exam needs.

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About Philips CX50

The new CX50 system is built on a new platform and architecture in a small, compact design that is ideal for taking premium performance anywhere you need it. Pure Wave, a clinically proven imaging technology previously available only on Philips premium systems, captures a broad band of tissue information for exceptional clarity and information. Auto SCAN optimization and Tissue Specific Imaging presets offer a new level of exam automation – transducers are optimized by exam type, providing excellent images with minimal adjustment. Highly configurable portability enables you to study the most difficult-to-image patients across a variety of clinical needs.

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Compatible Probes

Philips C5-1

Bandwidth: 1 – 5 MHz

Applications: abdominal, Obstetrical

Biopsy Guide: Available

Philips C8-5

Bandwidth: 8 – 5 MHz

Footprint: 22.4 mm

Field of View: 122°

Philips C10-3v

Bandwidth: 10 – 3 MHz

Field of view: 163o

Biopsy capable: Yes

Philips L12-3

Bandwidth: 12 – 3 MHz

Aparture: 38 mm

Field of View: 49.6 mm

Philips S5-1

Bandwidth: 5.0 – 1.0 MHz

Aperture: 20.3 mm

Field of view: 90°

Philips X7-2t

Bandwidth: 7 – 2 MHz

Aperture: Proprietary

Field of View: 90°

Philips L15-7io

Bandwidth: 15 – 7 MHz

Aperture: 23 mm

Field of View: 49.6 mm

Philips C9-3io

Bandwidth: 9 – 3 MHz

Number of elements: 128

Field of View: 49.6 mm

Philips S8-3

Bandwidth: 3 – 8 MHz

Number of elements: 96

Field of View: 90⁰

Philips S12-4

Bandwidth: 4 – 12 MHz

Number of elements: 96

Field of View: 90⁰

Philips L10-4lap

Bandwidth: 10 – 4 MHz

Number of elements: 128

Radius of curvature: 15.57 mm

Philips L12-5 50mm

Bandwidth: 12 – 5 MHz

Number of elements: 256

Field of View: 49.6 mm

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