Siemens/Acuson X300

The performance you expect from Siemens in a compact, efficient, ergonomic package. Today’s clinical challenges require robust imaging performance. The ACUSON X300™ ultrasound system provides that imaging capability in a highly mobile, compact package, with state-of-the-art ergonomics and a high level of value, both now and years down the road. The ACUSON X300 system is engineered to give you uncompromised diagnostic performance. The system’s compact size and easy mobility make it ideal when space is limited, or when fully-featured diagnostic capability is needed in more than one place. In short, the ACUSON X300 system was designed to deliver the diagnostic confidence your clinic needs–wherever and whenever you need it next.


Key Features of Siemens/Acuson X300

The ACUSON X300 system delivers excellent imaging performance in a compact, color Doppler system over a wide range of clinical applications, giving you the diagnostic confidence you need, patient after patient. Siemens is dedicated to giving you the streamlined workflow and clinical efficiency you need, through the DIMAQ-IP workstation and DICOM structured reporting to the ACUSON X300 system’s compact design, engineered for easy mobility.

Width: 518.16 mm (20.4 inch)
Height: 1381.76 mm (54.4 inch)
Weight: 102.058 kg (225 lbs)
15 Inch TFT Display
Internal 160 GB hard drive
3 Transducer Ports
TGO (Tissue Grayscale Optimization)
Phase Inversion THI


  • Cardiology
  • Endocrinology
  • Family Practice
  • Gastroenterology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • OB-GYN
  • Orthopedics
  • Otorhinolaryngology
  • Pain Management
  • Surgery
  • Urology
  • Vascular

▶ C6-2 Curved Array (1.8-6 MHz)

▶ C7F2 Curved Array (1.9-6.4 MHz)

▶ CH2-5 Curved Array (1.4-5 MHz)

▶ CW5 Non-Imaging (5 MHz)

▶ EV9-4 Endovaginal (2.9-9.7 MHz)

▶ EV9F4 Endovaginal Volume (2.9-9 MHz)

▶ P4-2 Phased Array (1.3-4.4 MHz)

▶ P8-4 Phased Array (2.7-8 MHz)

▶ P9-4 Phased Array (2.8-9.2 MHz)

▶ V5Ms – 7.0/5.0 MHz – Multiplane Transesophageal

▶ VF10-5 Linear Array (4-11.4 MHz)

▶ VF13-5SP Linear Array (4.3-13 MHz)

Clinical Images