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Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................................................................5
1 Summary ..................................................................................................................................................................9
1.1 Brief Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................9
1.2 Range of Application .....................................................................................................................................9
1.3 Voluntary Standards.......................................................................................................................................9
1.4 Technical Specifications ..............................................................................................................................10
1.5 Electric principle block diagram..................................................................................................................11
Figure 1-1. Power supply principle diagram .............................................................................................................11
1.6 Equipment Constituent ................................................................................................................................11
1.6.1 Standard Configurations ...................................................................................................................11
1.6.2 Optional Pieces.................................................................................................................................11
1.7 Appearance ..................................................................................................................................................12
2 Installation ..............................................................................................................................................................14
2.1 Operation Environmental Requirements .....................................................................................................14
2.2 Unpacking Inspection ..................................................................................................................................14
2.3 Installation ...................................................................................................................................................14
2.3.1 Installing and Removing Battery ......................................................................................................14
2.3.2 Installing and Removing Probes.......................................................................................................15
Install probes: ....................................................................................................................................................15
Removing probes:..............................................................................................................................................15
2.4 Power Supply...............................................................................................................................................16
2.4.1 Power Supply with Adapter..............................................................................................................16
2.4.2 Battery Operation .............................................................................................................................16
2.5 Battery Charging..........................................................................................................................................17
2.5.1 Charging through Main Unit ............................................................................................................17
2.5.2 Charging through Adaptive Line ......................................................................................................17
2.5.3 Charging through Auto-charger ........................................................................................................18
3 Keyboard and Mouse..............................................................................................................................................19
3.1 Screen Display.............................................................................................................................................19
3.2 Keyboard Function ......................................................................................................................................19
3.3 Mouse ..........................................................................................................................................................23
4 Operation .............................................................................................................................................................24
4.1 Start the Device ...........................................................................................................................................24
4.2 Diagnosis .....................................................................................................................................................24
4.3 Image Parameters Settings...........................................................................................................................25
4.3.1 Frequency Settings ...........................................................................................................................25
4.3.2 Frame Correlation Settings...............................................................................................................25
4.3.3 Gamma Correction ...........................................................................................................................25
4.3.4 Edge Enhancement Settings .............................................................................................................25
4.3.5 Dynamic Range Settings ..................................................................................................................26
4.3.6 Total Gain Control Settings ..............................................................................................................26
4.3.7 Near/far Field Settings......................................................................................................................26
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4.4 Annotation ...................................................................................................................................................26
4.5 Function Introduction ..................................................................................................................................29
4.5.1 Probe Settings...................................................................................................................................29
4.5.2 Focus Number Settings.....................................................................................................................30
4.5.3 Image Up/down Flip .........................................................................................................................30
4.5.4 Image Left/right Flip ........................................................................................................................30
4.5.5 Color Code Settings..........................................................................................................................31
4.5.6 Report Page ......................................................................................................................................31
4.5.7 Histogram Statistics ..........................................................................................................................32
4.5.8 Erase Image Storage .........................................................................................................................32
4.5.10 Video Out Format Transfer.............................................................................................................36
4.6 Distance Measurement ................................................................................................................................36
4.7 Volume Measurement ..................................................................................................................................37
4.8 Heart Rate Measurement (only under “B/M” Mode and “M” Mode) .........................................................38
4.9 Cineloop Playback.......................................................................................................................................39
4.10 Image Saving .............................................................................................................................................39
4.11 Image Review ............................................................................................................................................40
4.12 OB Calculation ..........................................................................................................................................40
4.13 Image Print ................................................................................................................................................46
4.14 Image Upload to Computer .......................................................................................................................47
4.15 Shut Down .................................................................................................................................................47
5 Transportation and Storage.....................................................................................................................................48
5.1 Environmental Requirements on Transportation and Storage .....................................................................48
5.2 Transportation..............................................................................................................................................48
5.3 Storage.........................................................................................................................................................48
6 Check and Maintenance .........................................................................................................................................49
6.1 Check...........................................................................................................................................................49
6.2 Service Life .................................................................................................................................................49
6.3 Main Unit Maintenance ...............................................................................................................................49
6.4 Probe Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................49
6.5 Cleaning.......................................................................................................................................................51
6.6 Correct Usage of Probe................................................................................................................................52
6.7 Battery Information .....................................................................................................................................52
7 Simple Trouble Shooting........................................................................................................................................54
7.1 Check...........................................................................................................................................................54
7.2 Simple Troubleshooting...............................................................................................................................54
Appendix A................................................................................................................................................................55
1. AV-3000V Equipment Nameplate Diagram:..................................................................................................55
2. AV-3000V Equipment Main Probe Nameplate Diagram: ...........................................................................55
3. AV-3000V Equipment Optional Probe Nameplate Diagram: .....................................................................55
4. AV-3000V Battery Nameplate Diagram: ....................................................................................................56
5. AV-3000V Adapter Nameplate Diagram:....................................................................................................56
6. Auto-charger Nameplate Diagram: .............................................................................................................56
7. AV-3000V packing diagram:.......................................................................................................................57
Appendix B Sound Output Specifications Table ....................................................................................................58
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 B-Mode.......................................................................58
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 M-Mode......................................................................59
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-40 B-Mode.......................................................................60
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-40 M-Mode......................................................................60
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-40 (B+M)-Mode ..............................................................62
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 B-Mode.......................................................................62
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 M-Mode......................................................................64
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 (B+M)-Mode ..............................................................65
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-13 B-Mode.......................................................................66
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-13 M-Mode......................................................................67
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-13 (B+M)-Mode ..............................................................68
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities LH3-40 B-Mode.......................................................................68
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities LH3-40 M-Mode......................................................................69
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities LH3-40 (B+M)-Mode ..............................................................70
Appendix C Gestational Table...................................................................................................................................72
Gestational Table 1: Equine...............................................................................................................................72
Gestational Table 2: Bovine...............................................................................................................................73
Gestational Table 3: Sheep ................................................................................................................................74
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Preface
Copyright
This publication, including pictures and illustrations, is property of AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd and under
protection of international copyright law.
Version: V1.0
Statement
Information in this document is not annotated to change. The manufacture shall not state nor observe any warranty
basing on this point, and definitely give up any implied warranty basing on any special purpose of selling or
making benefit.
Without previous written permission from the producer, this document must not be photocopied, reproduced or
translated into other languages.
We preserve the right of revision on this document without notice.
Some pictures in this manual, which are schematic diagrams for indication only, may disaccord with the real object,
and then the real object should be regarded as the final.
Manufacturer's Warranty
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd assumes the responsibility for equipment security, reliability and performance
only under the preconditions that the disassembly, assembly and maintenance of the equipment are all performed
by its assigned professionals and the equipment is used strictly in compliance with the operation manual.
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd ensures a guarantee period within a year and a half of the delivery day and
promises there is no problem with the new equipment’s material and technology. Within the guarantee period,
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd will maintain the equipment and replace the parts of non-man-made damages
free of charge; but will not repair or replace the equipment surface if damaged.
This guarantee is only available for failures that occurred when the equipment is operated in compliance with the
operation manual; and the guaranteed equipment can only be used in the prescribed range given in the manual.
This guarantee excludes losses or damages caused by external reasons such as thunder struck, earthquake, theft,
unsuitable use or abuse and refitting the equipment.
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd shall not be responsible for damages caused by other devices or arbitrary
connections to other devices.
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd shall not be responsible for losses, damages or injuries caused by delayed
service request.
When there is problem with the products, please contact AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd and explain the
equipment model, serial number, date of purchase and the problem.
Note:
The equipment is for veterinary use only.
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Matters That Need Attention
To ensure operational safety and long-term equipment stability and performance, please read this operation manual
closely and understand the equipment functions, operation and maintenance at all points before operating the
equipment, especially contents of "Warning", "Caution" and "Note".
Improperly operating or not observing the instructions given by manufacturer or its agents may result in equipment
damage or personal injury.
The following comments are shown in this manual to lay special emphasis on some information.
"Warning": Neglecting this comment will cause severe personal injury, death, or realized property loss.
"Caution": Neglecting this comment will cause slight personal injury or property damage.
"Note": Reminder to the user of installation, operation or maintenance information. This information is very
significant but with no risk. Any warning against dangers shall not be contained in a “NOTE”.
Safety labels
Equipment labels explanation:
Note! Refer to accompanying documents
Turn-on general supply
Disconnect general supply
Signal input
Signal output
IPX7
Protection against dripping water
ClassⅡ equipment
Packing and transportation labels explanation:
Handle carefully
Temperature limit
Upward
Piling layer limit
Keep dry
Protect against heat
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Whole Set Labels
Refer to Appendix A for equipment labels.
Equipment Safety Classification:
● According to the degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or
with oxygen or nitrous oxide:
AV-3000V is not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or
nitrous oxide.
● According to the mode of operation:
AV-3000V is in continuous operation.
● According to the degree of protection against harmful ingress of water:
The main unit of AV-3000V is ordinary equipment; the probe is drip-proof equipment.
● According to the type of protection against electric shock:
AV-3000V is class II equipment powered by an external adapter.
● According to the degree of protection against electric shock:
AV-3000V is Type B equipment.
General Tips for Equipment Operation
In operation
1. Heat radiation holes are strictly prohibited to be covered.
2. Do not switch on the equipment within 2 - 3 minutes after shutdown.
3. On scanning, if any abnormal case is found, stop scanning immediately and shut down the equipment.
4. The patient is prohibited to touch any non-applied part of the equipment.
5. When operating, do not press the keyboard panel too much, otherwise the equipment might be damaged.
After operation
1. Power off the equipment.
2. Pull out the plug from the power supply socket instead of pulling the cable.
3. Clean off the couplant on the probe with a soft medical sterilized cotton ball.
4. Put the probe into the special case.
General Safety Message
Safety of the operator and patients and reliability of the equipment are taken into consideration during the
designing and producing; the following safety precautions must be implemented:
1. The equipment shall be operated by qualified operating staff or under their instructions.
2. Do not open the equipment and change the parameters without permission. If necessary, please turn to
AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd or its authorized agent for service.
3. The equipment has already been regulated to its optimal performance. Do not adjust any preset controls or
switches unless instructed to do so by the manual.
4. If there is equipment failure, please shut down the equipment at once and contact for AMBISEA Technology
Corp., Ltd or their authorized agent.
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5. If it is needed to connect the equipment with other electronic or mechanical devices by other companies, please
contact AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd before connection.
6. Equipment operation, storage and transportation environment:
Environmental requirements on normal operation:
Environment temperature range: +10°C~+40°C
Relative humidity range: 30%~75%
Atmosphere pressure range: 70kPa~106kPa
Environment requirements on equipment storage and transportation:
Environment temperature range: - 20°C~+55°C
Relative humidity range: 10%~100%
Atmosphere pressure range: 50kPa~106kPa
7. Do not hit the fragile TFT-LCD display. If it cracks, deal carefully with it in case the liquid crystal gets into eyes
or mouth.
8. Do not hit the inner chargeable Li-ion battery nor throw it into fire in case of explosion. Do not short circuit the
battery output electrodes in case the battery be damaged; and please use the original binding charger to charge
the battery. More over, because a used battery will cause environment pollution, please recycle the battery
properly.
9. Do not disassemble the power supply adapter. If failure happens, it should be handled by a professional. The
charging output can only be used for charging the battery of the equipment, any improper use or use on other
batteries may cause explosion, fire and other unexpected hazards.
10. Must not short circuit the output of the adapter,a long term short circuit will result in adapter damage.
11. Please use a standard power cord as the input line of the network power supply for the adapter to reduce risk.
12. AMBISEA Technology Corp., Ltd shall not take any responsibility for any risk that resulted from unauthorized
re-fitment by the users.
13. Disconnect the equipment from the power supply network by unplugging the adapter from the power supply
network.
14. Refer to Appendix B and C for sound output parameters.
Contraindication:
It is suggested not to probe a part with a wound or acute inflammation to avoid cross infection.
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1 Summary
1.1 Brief Introduction
This equipment is high resolution linear/convex ultrasound scanning diagnostic equipment. It adopts
micro-computer control and Digital Scan Converter (DSC), Digital Beam-Forming (DBF), Real-time Dynamic
Aperture (RDA), real time dynamic receiving apodization, real time Dynamic Receiving Focusing (DRF), Digital
Frequency Scan (DFS), 8 segments TGC, frame correlation technologies to endue its image with clarity, stability
and high resolution.
There are five display modes: B, B+B, B+M, M and 4B, and 256 gray scale.
The system can process real time image display, freeze, save, load, flip vertically, flip horizontally, capacity cine
loop; multi-level scanning depth, dynamic range, frame correlation factor regulation and focus number, focus
position, etc.
Date, clock display; name, sex, age, hospital annotation; distance, circumference, area, volume, and heart rate
measurement; EDD measurement for equine, bovine, sheep, dog and cat. It offers 12 body marks and
multiple-choice probes for the clinic diagnosis demands.
Combined power supply mode of AC adapter and built-in chargeable battery, 3 battery charging modes and the low
power consumption and advanced power management technology promise more lasting battery operation.
A 6.4 inch TFT-LCD display, Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), and surface mounted technology
(SMT) make this equipment compact and light in weight.
PAL-D video output offers connection to an external video image printer, a large-screen display and other
equipments. High speed USB port provides real time image transfer to the PC.
Jet molding enclosure with hand-held structure.
The equipment consists of a main unit, probe, and adapter. Standard configuration is with LV2-2/6.5MHz rectal
probe; optional probes: C2-6/40R/3.5MHz convex probe, C2-7/20R/5.0MHz micro-convex probe, L2-5/7.5MHz
HF linear probe, EC2-2/13R/6.5MHz endo-vaginal probe, and EL2-5/7.5MHz Rectal probe.
1.2 Range of Application
The equipment is suitable for diagnosis on horses, cows, sheep, pigs, cats, dogs, and other animals.
1.3 Voluntary Standards
The equipment conforms to the relevant requirements of JJG 639-98 “Medical Ultrasonic Diagnostic Equipment
Ultrasound Source Inspection Regulations”, GB10152-1997 “B-Mode Ultrasonic Diagnostic Equipment”,
GB9706.1-1995 “Medical Electrical Equipment Part One General Safety Requirements”, and GB9706.9-1997
“Medical Electrical Equipment: Particular Requirements for the Safety of Ultrasonic Medical Diagnostic and
Monitoring Equipment”. The equipment falls into C Level B ultrasonic diagnostic equipment; and according to
degree of protection against electric shock, it falls into Class II Type B.
The environment test of the equipment conforms to the requirements of climate environment test II and mechanical
environment test II of GB/T14710-93 “Environmental Requirements and Test Methods for Medical Electrical
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Equipment”.
1.4 Technical Specifications
MODEL
AV-3000V
Probe
LV2-2/6.5MHz
rectal,
L2-5/7.5MHz HF
linear,
EL2-5/7.5MHz
rectal probe
Detect Depth(mm)
≥80
Resolution
Lateral
≤1 (Depth≤60)
Axial
≤1 (Depth≤80)
(mm)
C2-7/20R/5.0MHz
EC2-2/13R/6.5MHz
convex probe
micro-convex probe
endo-vaginal probe
≥160
≥80
≥60
≤3 (Depth≤60)
≤1 (Depth≤40)
≤1 (Depth≤60)
≤1 (Depth≤40)
≤2 (Depth≤80)
≤3 (80<Depth≤130)
≤2 (Depth≤80)
≤3 (80<Depth≤130)
≤3
≤5
≤8
≤7
Horizontal
≤5
≤15
≤15
≤10
Vertical
≤5
≤10
≤10
≤5
Blind zone (mm)
Geometric
position
precision
C2-6/40R/3.5MHz
Monitor size
6.4 inch
Display mode
B、B+B、B+M、M、4B
Image gray scale
256 scale
Cine loop
516 pcs
Image storage
128 pcs
Scan depth
40mm~220mm
Dynamic range
100dB~130dB
Image flip
Up/down, left/right
Focus position
Adjustable
Measurement
Distance, circumference, area, volume, heart rate. GA, EDD
Notation
Date, time, name, sex, age, hospital name. Full screen words edit.
Output report
1 type
USB port
High speed USB 2.0 (device)
Power consumption (MAX)
45VA
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1.5 Electric principle block diagram
Digital wave
bundle
synthesize
Figure 1-1. Power supply principle diagram
1.6 Equipment Constituent
1.6.1 Standard Configurations
Main unit (containing a piece of HYLB-523 battery)
LV2-2/6.5MHz Rectal probe
SP-2 power adapter
Adapter power supply cord
Manual
Charging adaptive line
Trackball
1.6.2 Optional Pieces
C2-6/40R/3.5MHz convex probe
C2-7/20R/5.0MHz micro-convex probe
L2-5/7.5MHz HF linear probe
EL2-5/7.5MHz rectal probe
EC2-2/13R/6.5MHz endo-vaginal probe
Printer--- Sony UP-895MD
Auto-charger
HYLB-523 battery
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Warning:
Please use the spare parts specified above. The manufacturer shall not bear the
responsibility of safety problems or unexpected EMC performance drops caused by
arbitrary adoption of non-specified spare parts.
1.7 Appearance
Figure 1-2. Front sketch
Figure 1-3. Side interfaces sketch
Figure 1-4. Bottom knobs sketch
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Figure 1-5. Back sketch
Warning:
When working in an intensive electromagnetic environment beyond its
pre-stated one, AV-3000V's image may be interfered thus influence the
diagnoses. At this time, stop the device and reuse it when the electromagnetic
interference is removed.
Warning:
When AV-3000V works close to other devices, unforeseen EMC problem may
appear.
If they have to work closely, observe all the devices and see if they are
influenced by unexpected EM coupling.
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2 Installation
2.1 Operation Environmental Requirements
a) Environment temperature range: +10℃~+40℃
b) Relative humidity range: 30%~75%
c) Atmosphere pressure range: 70kPa~106kPa
Avoid strenuous vibration during operation. Keep away from equipment with high electric fields, high magnetic
fields and high voltages. Avoid direct sunlight on the display. Keep the equipment in a well-ventilated, damp proof
and dustproof area.
2.2 Unpacking Inspection
Check according to the "packing list" after uncasing and make sure that there is no shipping damage, and then
install the equipment according to requirements and methods described in “Installation”.
Warning:
If breakage is found with the equipment during unpacking, do not use
it for safety reasons.
2.3 Installation
2.3.1 Installing and Removing Battery
Install battery: Set the battery into the battery slot and move the battery release key on its side to top till the battery
is inserted completely and then release the key (refer to figure 2-1).
Figure 2-1. Install battery sketch
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Removing battery: It is the reverse process of installation (refer to figure 2-2).
Figure 2-2. Removing battery sketch
2.3.2 Installing and Removing Probes
Install probes:
The probe jack lies near the bottom of the right side of the equipment. Adjust the probe plug mark position and
insert it, turn the plug lock sleeve counter-clockwise. There is only one plug jack which is also compatible for
those optional probes (refer to figure 2-3).
Lock sleeve
Plug sheath
Figure 2-3. Probe connection sketch
Removing probes:
It is the reverse process of installation.
Warning:
The installation and removal of the probe must comply with the operation
instructions, do not twiddle the sheath around the plug (refer to figure
2-3).
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Warning:
Do not by any means unplug or plug the probe connector at state of log on
to avoid damage to the probe and main unit be damaged.
2000 times of efficient connection and disconnection of the probes are
guaranteed. Once the probe is connected with the main unit, do not unplug
or plug it too often to avoid poor contacts.
Warning:
The probe should be protected from falling or crashing and the
manufacturer assumes no responsibility for this kind of hazard.
Warning:
Do not touch the contact pin in the probe connector.
Warning:
Please handle the equipment carefully.
2.4 Power Supply
The equipment provides two automatic switch-over modes to supply power: adapter and built-in battery.
2.4.1 Power Supply with Adapter
1. Check the input power cord plug of the adapter to see if it matches the EPS outlet.
2. Check the EPS to see if it is within the specified range and the power cord to see if it is connected well.
3. Check the adaptor to see if it works well. Plug the power cord into the AC input outlet, switch on the power
switch of the outlet; if the DC output indicating light turns on green, it works well.
4. Shut the power switch of the outlet.
5. Insert the DC output plug of the adapter into the DC14V/3A outlet at the rear of the equipment, switch on the
outlet.
6. Press the power switch, the main unit is power on and the power indicator light turns on, that means the adapter
is operating well.
2.4.2 Battery Operation
1. Install the battery correctly on the main unit.
2. Switch on the power switch on the left side of the equipment. When the main unit is power on, the power
indicator will turn on.
3. The equipment can start operation.
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Note:
At power off state, there is still a certain power consumption with the main
unit. If the main unit can not be turned on when pressing down the switch,
the battery needs charging.
Note:
When the main unit charging/volume indicator light is flashing, the battery
is running low and it should be charged as soon as possible.
Warning:
It is prohibited to use any other power supply except the standard adapter
as the external power supply for the main unit.
2.5 Battery Charging
There are 3 ways to charge the battery.
2.5.1 Charging through Main Unit
1. Install the battery correctly into the main unit.
2. Insert the plug of “output DC14V/3A” of the adapter into the “DC14V/3A” interface on the rear.
3. Connect power cord of “Input AC100 - 240V, 50/60Hz” of the adapter to the AC EPS.
4. Whenever the main unit is power on or off, the “Charging/Volume” indicator light turns on gradually, it means
the battery is charging through the adapter. When the four lights turn on together, it means the battery is fully
charged (refer to figure 2-4).
Figure 2-4. Charging through main unit
Tip: To prolong the battery operation time, please finish charging when the indicator lights show
that the battery is full.
2.5.2 Charging through Adaptive Line
1. Take out the battery from the main unit or take out the spare battery.
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2. Connect the round end of the adaptive line to the "Charging DC12.6V/1A" terminal of the adapter, and the flat
end to the charging terminal of the battery.
3. Connect power cord of "Input AC100 - 240V, 50/60Hz" of the adapter to the AC EPS.
4. When the "Charging" indicator light on the adapter turns red, the battery is charging; when the "Charging"
indicator light turns green, the battery is fully charged. (Refer to figure 2-5).
Figure 2-5. Charging through adaptive line
2.5.3 Charging through Auto-charger
1. Take out the battery from the main unit or take out the spare battery.
2. Connect the flat end marked with an arrow of the auto-charger to the charging terminal of the battery.
3. Plug the other end of the auto-charger into the cigarette lighter socket.
4. When the "Charging" indicator light on the adapter turns red, the battery is charging; when the "Charging"
indicator light turns green, the battery is fully charged. (Refer to figure 2-6).
Figure 2-6. Charging through auto-charger
Tips:
1. The input voltage of the auto-charger is DC9~14V/1.5A.
2. The output voltage of the auto-charger is DC12.6V/1A.
3. The operations and storage environment are the same as those of the main unit.
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3 Keyboard and Mouse
3.1 Screen Display
Figure 3-1. Screen display
3.2 Keyboard Function
Keyboard of AV-3000V (refer to figure 3-2)
Figure 3-2. Operating panel sketch
Charging/Volume
indicator lights
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Power On/Off key
Press this key to switch on and off the device. And restart the device when the system is “dead” (no reaction while
pressing any key) due to incorrect operation.
Image Freeze
Press this key to freeze image and return to real time image.
Tips: “FREEZED” displays at the bottom right to indicate the state of the image.
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Multi-function keys
Using as character keys:
● To select sub-menu in menu.
● To input age, time, numbers at annotation.(Refer to chapter four for detail)
●
~
key to input name, hospital, letters, or space at annotation. (Refer to chapter four in
detail)
Using as function keys:
Cine loop key
In freeze state, press to enter cine loop playback mode, refer to 4.9 for details.
B and 4B Mode key
In real time or freeze state, press to enter B Mode (default single B Mode at switch-on)
Press again and then with
images. Press
Press
or
and
to enter 4B Mode. One is real time image and the rest are “freezed”
to shift between real time and freeze among these four images.
repeatedly to switch among B and 4B Mode.
BB Mode key
In real time or freeze state, press this key to enter BB Mode and there will be two images displayed on the screen.
One of them is a "Freezed" image and the other is a "real-time” image. Press the key again to make the two images
switch between the states of "Frozen" or "real-time".
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B Mode and M Mode Display key
In real time or freeze state, press this key to enter B/M Mode. B Mode and M Mode images will be displayed
simultaneously on the screen (“BM” or “B+M” for short). The B Mode real time image is on the left and the M
Mode real time image is on the right.
On the B Mode image, there is a vertical line formed by equidistant dots, which is named sampling line. Press
key to move the sampling line left and press
key to move the sampling line right. (Tips: the
sampling line can also be moved by controlling the tracking ball)
M display Mode key
In real time or freeze state, press this key to enter M Mode, screen displays one M Mode image.
Tips: To enter M Mode, enter B/M Mode first.
Figure 3-3. Five display modes
Obstetrics Table Menu key
AT B or BB Mode, press this key to call out the obstetrics menu on the right screen. Choose the number for
corresponding operation. Refer to 4.12 for details.
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Direction key
Direction keys are used to move the cursor during measuring. In real time “B” and “BM” Mode
keys are used to change the scanning depth.
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key to increase the depth and press
key to reduce the depth. Current depth displays at the
right bottom of the screen (as figure 3-1 shows). Press
,
keys to move sampling line left and right in
BM Mode.
The penetration depth range of each probe is given below:
Probe Model
LV3-60/6.5MHz
rectal probe
CR3-40/40R/3.5MHz
Convex probe
LH3-40/7.5MHz
HF linear or rectal
probe
CR3-20/20R/5.0MHz
Micro-convex probe
CR3-13/13R/6.5MHz
Endocavity probe
Depth range
(mm)
60~130
80~220
40~90
80~150
50~120
Screen Clear key
Clear off the measured results, body marks, and text displayed on the screen (some current operation must be
finished first otherwise it may not clear the screen).
Annotation Menu key
Press this key to display the annotation menu. Choose the number to enter sub-menu and refer to 4.4 for details.
Press
to exit this menu.
Image Saving
In B Mode, press this key to save images; refer to 4.10 for details.
Distance Measurement Mark
In real time of freeze state, press to display measuring cursor; refer to 4.6 for details.
Measurement Assistance key
To carry out distance, circumference, area, and histogram measurement together with
direction keys, refer to 4.5 and 4.6 for details.
Image Recall key
In real time or freeze state, press to recall saved images. Refer to 4.11 for detailed operation
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Image Parameters Adjusting keys
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In real time or freeze state, to change the image parameters such as frequency, frame rate, gamma correction, edge
enhancement, dynamic range, total gain, near and far field gain, etc. refer to 4.3 for details.
Exit key
Press this key to exit the annotation or function menu, or their sub-menus. Refer to the following chapters for
details.
Function Menu key
Press to display function menu. Choose the number to enter the corresponding sub-menu. Refer to 4.5 for details
and press
to quit.
3.3 Mouse
As a complementary method of keyboard operation, mouse will improve the measurement work efficiency. A
3-key mouse is adopted here and each key can fulfill a certain functions:
Left key:
● At real time of freeze state, press this key to enter distance measurement and display a cursor on the
screen.
● To end the distance measurement.
Middle key:
●At real time of freeze state, press this key equals to
key in function.
Right key:
●To confirm the start and end point of a distance measurement.
●To confirm the start position and fulfill circumference and area measurement with freehand measuring
method
●At circumference and area measurement, press this key equals to
key in function.
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Operation
4.1 Start the Device
Press
key to switch on the device, the power indicator on the panel turns on, and the start interface shows,
press any key (except
Key) to enter the state of scanning. Adjust the near field gain, far field gain and
overall gain to acquire a satisfying visual effect (refer to 4.3 Image parameters settings for gain control).
Figure 4-1. Start interface
Tips: Please adjust the viewing angles properly since this factor is related to LCD display effect.
4.2 Diagnosis
Apply an amount of medical ultrasound coupling gel to the diagnostic part of patient body and then press the
acoustical window of the probe on the part closely. The cross-section acoustic image of tissues will be displayed on
the screen, move the probe properly to locate the optimum position for the investigation depth;Meanwhile, adjust
the overall gain, near field gain, far field gain properly to acquire an optimal cross-section acoustic image of the
diagnostic part.
Attention
1. When pressing the probe onto the patient body, do not apply too much
pressure in case that the probe is broken and to keep the patient comfortable.
2. It is necessary to use a probe suitable for the diagnostic part and a correct
frequency for diagnoses.
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4.3 Image Parameters Settings
Image parameters setting includes frequency, frame rate, gamma correction, edge enhancement, dynamic range,
overall gain, near and far field gain.
stands for select. Press it to lighten up one item and press
to set the parameters and display the result on the up right screen. Press
,
continuously to light up the needed
parameters.
4.3.1 Frequency Settings
Work frequencies of each probe are:
LV3-60
—— 5.0MHz、6.5MHz、7.5MHz(LV3-60/6.5MHz rectal probe)
CR3-40
—— 2.5MHz、3.5MHz、5.0MHz(CR3-40/40R/3.5MHz convex probe)
CR3-20
—— 4.5MHz、5.0MHz、5.5MHz(CR3-20/20R/5.0MHz convex probe)
CR3-13
—— 5.5MHz、6.5MHz、7.5MHz(CR3-13/13R/6.5MHz endocavity probe)
LH3-40
—— 6.5MHz、7.5MHz、8.5MHz(LH3-40/7.5MHz high frequency linear or rectal probe)
4.3.2 Frame Correlation Settings
At B, BB, BM Mode, enter real time scanning and press
right screen and press
or
to lighten up the item frame correlation on the up
to set the index. There are 8 indexes such as 0.25 、
0.35,0.45,0.55,0.65,0.75,0.85,0.95.
4.3.3 Gamma Correction
Press
press
to lighten up GM on up right screen. There are GM0, GM1, GM2, GM3 4 levels for your choice,
or
to select the needed one circularly.
Tips: This is for video out and external video device (such as video printer). So default setting is
suggested.
4.3.4 Edge Enhancement Settings
Press
to light up EE on up right screen. There are 9 levels from EE0 to EE8 for adjustment. Press
or
to select.
Tips: Edge enhancement is only accessible in real time. It is recommended to set the device at its
default state during operation.
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4.3.5 Dynamic Range Settings
In real time (non 4B Mode), press
key to light up DR at the up right part of the screen and press
and
keys to adjust the dynamic range. The range is from 100dB to 130dB, a default value is suggested.
4.3.6 Total Gain Control Settings
In real time (non 4B Mode), press
and
to light up “Overall Gain” at the up right part of the screen and press
to adjust. The value displays on right screen in two segments, there are 4 levels on left: 25, 30, 35,
and 40, and 0-62 on right. Every press on
key will increase the right side value by 2. Every press on
key will reduce the right side value by 2. When the right side value arrives 62, the value on left will shift to another
level automatically. The total gain setting range is 0-248.
4.3.7 Near/far Field Settings
In real time state (non 4B Mode), press
press
and
to light up “Near” or “Far” at the up right part of the screen and
to adjust the near or far field value within the range of 0-30.
Tips: Adjust STC value properly when using different probes on diagnoses to acquire the best
sonography.
4.4 Annotation
At real time or freeze state, press
key to display the annotation menu (as shown below). With this menu,
name, age, sex, annotation, time, hospital, language, screen clear, standby, and other functions can be processed.
0.NAME
1.AGE
2.SEX
3.COMMENT
4.TIME
5.HOSP
6.LANGUAGE
7.CLEAR
8.LCD-OFF
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to select “0.NAME” and put in the patient’s name in the dialog box:
PLEASE ENTER NAME:
0-A
1-B 2-C 3-D 4-E 5-F
Below the dialog box there are 26 letters and space, press
and
for page up and down to find the
needed character. And press the corresponding number key of each character (0-5) to display this character on the
cursor. The maximum number is 15 characters; press
to confirm and exit, or press the
● Press
to delete the unwanted one. After the input, press
key directly to exit without inputting anything.
to select "1.AGE" to call out the following dialogue box for patient age, the maximum input
number is 3 bits.
PLEASE ENTER AGE:
After the input, press
● Press
to exit, or press
key directly to exit without inputting anything.
to select “2.SEX” and put in patient’s sex in the below dialog box:
PLEASE ENTER SEX:
1.MALE 2.FEMALE
Press
● Press
to select “1.MALE” and press
to select “2.FEMALE”.
key and select “3. Comment” to comment the image. The cursor will display on the screen
and 10 regular Chinese comment characters and 26 letters and a space will display at the lower part of the
screen. Press
and
to display the rest of the characters. Move the cursor by moving the trackball or
direction keys to comment any part in the image. Press the corresponding number (
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display the related characters. Press
to confirm and
exit or press
to exit without input.
to delete the unwanted. When finish, press
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and select “4. Time” to change the system clock and date in the following format:
YY-MM-DD
HH-MM-SS
For instance, the date and time is 2006-9-22 and 9:35:30, the input number should be
YY-MM-DD
060922
HH-MM-SS
093530
When finish, press
● Press
to confirm and exit or press
to exit with input.
and select “5.HOSP” to put in the hospital’s name in the following dialog box:
PLEASE ENTER HOSP:
0-A
1-B 2-C 3-D 4-E 5-F
Please refer to name input in the input method of hospital names with maximum 18 characters.
● Press
to select “6.LANGUAGE” to select system language. The language selection box is given
below:
PLEASE ENTER LANGUAGE:
1.CHINESE
Press number key
● Press
to select Chinese and
2.ENGLISH
to select English.
and select “7.CLEAR” to clear measurement marks, comments, results, name, age, and sex
in images; and clear off all the information and measurement results except hospital and comments.
● Press
and select “8.LCD-off” to set the screen saver in the following dialog box.
PLEASE ENTER LCD-OFF TIME:00
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The current standby time shows in the first line and input the wanted time after the cursor (two digits), for example:
06. Press
to confirm and exit. Press any key to return to normal state. The maximum screen saver time is 30
minutes, system default value will be 30 minutes if the input number is bigger than 30.
Press
to exit without input.
Tips: When inputting 0. NAME, 3.COMMENT, 5. HOSP, numbers can not be used. Press
key
to exit comment menu.
4.5 Function Introduction
In real time or freeze state, press the
key to display function menu (as given below). In this menu, probe,
focus number, image flip, color code, report, histogram, storage clearance, area and volume measurement, and
video out format conversion can be set.
0.PROBE
1.FPIN
2.UP-DOWN
3.LEFT-RIGHT
4.COLOR
5.REPORT
6.HISTOGRAM
7.ERASE
8.AREA-VOLM
9.PALD-NTSC
4.5.1 Probe Settings
There are 4 probes available with this device. The current probe type is displayed on the upper right part of the
screen. The probe types and models are listed below:
LV3-60:LV2-2/6.5MHz rectal probe
CR3-40:C2-6/40R/3.5MHz convex probe
CR3-20:C2-7/20R/5.0MHz convex probe
CR3-13:EC2-2/13R/6.5MHz endovaginal probe
LH3-40:L2-5/7.5 MHz high frequency linear or rectal probe
● In real time or freeze state, press
● Press
key to display function menu.
key and select 0. Probe to change probes and start scanning.
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● Repeat the above mentioned steps to set different probes.
System will keep the current probe type as default when system shut down for next reboot.
4.5.2 Focus Number Settings
● In real time state (B Mode), press
● Press
key to display function menu on the screen.
and select 1. Focus Number to set the number of focus. (Tips: “Focus Number” item on the
right of the screen will light up and press
to move focus up and press
to move focus down.)
● The maximum of focus numbers is two. Repeat the above mentioned steps to set focus position of one or
two focus circularly.
4.5.3 Image Up/down Flip
● Press
key to display function menu.
● Press
to flip over the image.
● Repeat the above steps to flip image up and down.
Figure 4-2. Image up and down flip
4.5.4 Image Left/right Flip
● Press
key to display function menu.
● Press
to change scan direction of the probe.
● Repeat the above steps to flip image left and right.
Figure 4-3. Image left and right flip
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Probe scan direction sign (in the red circle) is the left and right flip sign. The default scan direction is given as the
left image shows.
4.5.5 Color Code Settings
Built-in color code processor with 4 color-code image. The color code display on the right part of the screen and
the relation are given below:
CR:0---black and white
CR:1---red
CR:2---Brown
CR:3---Blue
● Press
key to display function menu.
● Press
key and select 4. Color Code to select the wanted color.
● Repeat the above steps and set the four color codes circularly.
4.5.6 Report Page
The system saves the current patient information, diagnostic comments, measurements, hospital name, date, time,
etc. automatically in the report and produces a report page for different measurements such as distance,
circumference, area, volume, and so on.
● In B, BB, BM, M or 4B Mode, finish patient comments, diagnosis, focus distance, circumference, area
and/or volume measurement, and keep the image “freezed”.
● Press
● Press
key to display function menu.
key and select 5.Report to switch to report page as given below:
Figure 4-4. Report page
● Press
key to exit report page.
Tips: At the report page, press
not be changed.
key and add comments. But other information can
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4.5.7 Histogram Statistics
● Freeze the image, press
● Press
key to display function menu.
key and select 6.Histogram , the sampling window displays in the image, move the sampling
window to any image area with the direction keys or the mouse and press
key or right click on the
mouse to finish the statistics. The result will display on right part of the screen as the following figure
shows:
Horizontal ordinate indicates gray scale
degree, vertical ordinate indicates number.
PT indicates total quantity of pixel dots in
the rectangular window.
Gm indicates the corresponding gray scale
of the curve at the vertical peak.
Pm indicate the quantity of pixel dots at
Gm gray scale.
From the above figure, in the rectangular
area, the total number of pixel dots is 6724. At
dray scale 0, there are 396 dots, the most image
pixel dots.
Figure 4-5. Histogram statistics
● During statistics, press
or
keys to enlarge or reduce the sampling window and press
to
exit.
4.5.8 Erase Image Storage
● Press
key to display function menu.
● Press
key and select 7. Erase to clear off the image storage as the following dialog box shows:
ERASE ALL STORAGE?
1.YES 2.NO
Press
key to confirm the deletion of all the images. Meanwhile, a process reminder ERASING… appears
at the up left part of the screen. At this time, the system stays “freezed” and do not start any other program until the
reminder disappears and the storage is cleared off.
Press
key to exit.
Tips: Do not start any other operation when the storage erasing is in process (system reminds
“ERASING…”) to avoid system damage.
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4.5.9 Circumference, Area, and Volume Measurement
There are two ways to measure circumference and area.
● Press freeze key and
● Press
key to display function menu.
and select 8.Area-volume to call forth the flowing dialog box:
PLEASE ENTER :
1.FREEHAND 2.ELLIPSE
Option I is freehand measurement, option 2 is ellipse measurement.
A. Freehand measurement operation:
Keyboard operation
1. Press
key to select freehand measurement and the cursor will appear on the screen. Move the
cursor to the expected start point of the measurement with direction keys.
2. Press
and move it along the edge of the expected area to the end with direction keys.
3. Press
key and finish the circumference and area measurement.
If continuing with the measurement of circumference and area, press
key and
key and repeat step
2-3. You can measure 2 groups of data at most and the measurement result will display on the right part of the
screen as the flowing picture shows:
Figure 4-6. Circumference and area measurements (Freehand)
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C1 and A1 are the circumference and area of the first data;
C2 and A2 are the circumference and area of the second data;
C1/C2 is the ratio of the two circumferences;
A1/A2 is the ratio of the two areas.
Tips: Measuring circumference and area with the keyboard is not as convenient as the following
mouse operation.
Operation via mouse
1. Press
key to select freehand and the cursor will appear on the screen, move the cursor with mouse
to the start point of this measurement.
2. Press “Right” key and move the cursor along the edge of the expected area to the end with mouse.
3. Press “Right” key again to accomplish the measurement.
If continuing with the measurement of circumference and area, press
key and
key and repeat step
2-3. You can measure 2 groups of data at most and the result will be displayed on the right part of the screen as
figure 4-6 shows.
After measurement, press the “middle” key to clear the screen.
B. Ellipse measurement:
Keyboard operation
Press
key to select Ellipse measurement and an ellipse mark will appear on the image. It can be
moved and changed in size and angle with the direction keys, press
to switch between the three
functions of direction keys.
1. Move the measurement mark to any image display area with direction keys.
2. Press
key and then direction keys to change the measured area size. Press
key to reduce or enlarge the area in the vertical direction, and press
key and
key and
key to reduce or
enlarge the area in horizontal direction.
3. Press
key and then
and
key to adjust area angle. Press
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key to rotate clockwise.
key again; the direction key can be used to move the measured area.
5. When the position, size and angle are confirmed, press
If continuing with the measurement of circumference/area, press
key to finish the measurement.
key and
key and repeat step 1-5.
The maximum number is two groups of data and the measurement results will display on the right part of the
screen as the following figure shows:
Figure 4-7. Circumference, area measurement (Ellipse)
C1 and A1 are the circumference and area of the first data;
C2 and A2 are the circumference and area of the second data;
C1/C2 is the ratio of the two circumferences;
A1/A2 is the ratio of the two areas.
Operation via mouse
Press
key to select Ellipse measurement and an ellipse mark will appear on the image. It can be moved and
changed in size and angle with moving the mouse and press “Right” key to switch between the three functions of
the mouse.
1. Move the measurement mark to any image display area with the mouse.
2. Press “right” key to change the measured area size. Move mouse left and right to reduce or enlarge the area
in horizontal direction; move mouse up and down to reduce or enlarge the area in vertical direction.
3. Press “right” key and move mouse left and right to rotate the measuring area counter-clockwise or
clockwise.
4. Press “right” key again; mouse function switches to move the measured area.
5. When the position, size and angle are confirmed, press
If continuing with the measurement of circumference/area, press
key to finish the measurement.
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The maximum number is two groups of data and the measurement result will be displayed on the right part of the
screen as figure 4-7 shows.
After the measurement, press “middle” key to clear the screen.
Volume measurement refer to 4.7
4.5.10 Video Out Format Transfer
There are two video out formats: PALD and NTSC.
● Press
key to display the function menu.
● Press
key and select 9.PALD-NTSC to change the output format of video as the following dialog
box shows:
PLEASE ENTER VIDEO:
1.PALD 2.NTSC
Press
key to select PALD and
key to select NTSC.
4.6 Distance Measurement
Keyboard operation
1. At freeze state, press
key to display measuring cursor.
2. Move the cursor to the start point of the measurement with direction keys.
3. Press
key to confirm the start point.
4. Press the direction keys to call out another cursor and move this cursor to the end point of measurement
and press
key to finish the measurement. (Tips: click on
continuously to shift the cursor
between the start and end point).
If continuing with the measurement, repeat step 1-4. The maximum number is four groups of data and the
measurement results will display on the right part of the screen as the following figure shows:
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Figure 4-8. Distance measurement
The four data groups are D1, D2, D3, D4
D1/D2 is the ratio of D1, D2.
D3/D4 is the ratio of D3, D4.
Operation via mouse
1. Click on mouse “left” key to display cursor.
2. Move the cursor to the start point of measurement with the mouse.
3. Right click on the mouse to confirm the start point of measurement.
4. Move the mouse to call out another cursor (end point) and move this cursor to the end point of
measurement and click mouse “left” key to finish the measurement. (Note: right click on the mouse
continuously will shift the cursor between the start and end point).
If continuing with the measurement, The maximum number is four groups of data and the measurement results will
display on the right part of the screen as figure 4-8 shows.
When finish, press “middle” key to clear the screen.
4.7 Volume Measurement
There are two methods here for volume measurement.
1. Use 3-axial method to get 3 groups of distance and then calculate the volume.
First, get the three distances and press
key to acquire the volume value.
If there are fewer than three groups of distance values, there will be no volume value when the
pressed. If there are four distances measured and the
key is
key is pressed, the displayed volume value will be the
result of the first three distances.
Operation steps: (e.g. Kidney)
1. Acquire the horizontal and vertical cross section of kidney and freeze the images.
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2. Measure the long and short axis’s length of the horizontal cross section.
3. Measure the diameter of the vertical cross section.
4. Press
key to finish the measurement and the volume value will display on right part of the screen
behind “Vm1” as given below:
Figure 4-9. Volume measurement (3-axis)
2. Use Ellipse method to get 3 circumferences and area and then calculate the volume.
Operation steps: (e.g. Kidney)
1. Acquire the horizontal and vertical cross section of the kidney and freeze the images.
2. Measure the circumference and area of both of the two cross-sections.
3. Press
key to finish the measurement, the system will calculate the volume automatically and display
it on the right part of the screen behind “Vm1” as given below:
Figure 4-10. Volume measurement (ellipse)
4.8 Heart Rate Measurement (only under “B/M” Mode and “M” Mode)
1. In B/M Mode, move the track ball and change the sampling line position to acquire the best cardiac
waveform first, freeze the image.
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2. Measure the distance between two adjacent wave peaks, there will be 4 value groups acquired: they are
HR (heart rate, unit: times/min), EF (inclination, unit: mm/s), T ( time, unit: ms), ST (refresh rate, unit: s) as
shown in the following figure:
B/M Mode
M Mode
Figure 4-11. Heart rate measurement
4.9 Cineloop Playback
There is 516 images cineloop playback and a single frame review function.
Start the system and enter real time state, first capture images for cineloop for about 30 seconds.
● Freeze the image, press
● During playback, press
image and press
key to start playback.
and
keys to enter manual play mode. Press
key to go to the next
key to go back the previous image.
● When playing at "B/B, B”Mode, cineloop can be played in different windows when switching between
“B/B”or “B”.
● Press
key to exit cineloop playback.
4.10 Image Saving
128 images permanent storage even power off.
● When a satisfying image is acquired, press
key to save it. On the upper left area of the image,
image series number will show such as “SAVING ……05”. When the saving process finishes, this series
number disappears. When an image is saved, the system enters freeze state automatically so press
to return to real time state.
key
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● Total 128 images can be stored. A number will be given in the order of time automatically, for example:
01-20 are occupied, press
key, the currently saved image will be numbered 21. When the storage is
key is pressed, the following dialog box appears:
full (with 128 images) and the
STORAGE IS FULL. ERASE NO.01?
1.YES
2.NO
It asks if you want to replace image numbered 01; press
Press
to save the current image by replacing the old one.
key to cancel.
Press 2.No to not save the image.
When saving an image again, the system will ask you if you want to replace image numbered 02, and so on.
Tips:
When the storage is full, if one stored image is reviewed and you plan to save an image, the
system will ask if you want to delete the stored image and save the current one.
4.11 Image Review
At real time or freeze state, press the
key to display the following dialog box:
PLEASE ENTER STORAGE NO.:
System reminds to put in stored image no, for example 01, after input, press
press
key (if a mistaken happen,
key to delete characters one by one and re-input), then the first image is reviewed and a number
01/128 displays at the screen bottom. O1 means it is the first image and 128 means the total amount of stored
images. Press
Press
or
key to review the rest images one by one.
to return to real time state and if need to call out other images, repeat the above steps.
4.12 OB Calculation
The device is capable of calculating the GA of equine, bovine, sheep, swine, cat, dog, and so on. The GA (GW)
can be acquired after measuring GS, BL, HL, SL, USD, HD, BD, CRL etc., among them, the EDD of cat and dog
will be given.
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Operation Process:
Freeze the image, press the
key to display the equine, bovine, swine, sheep OB menu; Press
display the cat and dog OB menu, press the
key to
key twice to switch between this two menus as the following
figure shows:
0. EQUINE:GSD
1. BOVINE:BL
2. BOVINE:SL
3. BOVINE:HL
4. SWINE:HL
5. SHEEP:USD
0. CAT:HD
1. CAT:BD
2. DOG:GSD
3. DOG:CRL
4. DOG:HD
5. DOG:BD
Input the number and select the related OB menu and acquire the distance as per distance measurement method.
The corresponding GA result displays behind “G·A=” on the right, and the EDD displays behind “EDD=” as given
below in details.
● EQUINE-GSD:
:Calculate the gestation age according to horse GS
Examination steps on equine:
1. Clear off the egesta in the rectum.
2. Feel the pregnancy with hand and give a primary estimation and confirm the organ being examined with
the ultrasound.
3. Hold the probe closely and put it into rectum and ensure that your hand can feel the coming change inside
the rectum. Keep hand close to the back and between the probe and rectal wall.
4. The inner construction of equine displays on the screen; the bladder lies in the portrait cross place and the
behind is uterine horns and body. From the horizontal view, uterine horns are round in shape. Move the probe
around to acquire a better observation on the joint of uterine horns and body, and then switch the probe to
uterine horns as the following figure shows:
1 Rectum
2 Uterine horns
3 Uterine bodies
4 Ovaries
5 Vagina
6 Bladders
Figure 4-12. Probe position for uterine horns and ovaries for examination
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5. The measurement method of GS diameter is given below and the measurement can be done horizontally or
vertically.
Womb
Figure 4-13. Equine GA measurement
6. Confirm the distance values according to the distance measurement methods and the corresponding data
display behind “G·A”. With this measurement, set up a chart to find the growth curves to estimate embryo
size and GA. Here GA refers to the duration from the copulation instead of impregnation.
● BOVINE-BL:
:Calculate the gestation age according to bovine BL
Examination steps on bovine:
1. Clear off the egesta in rectum.
2. Feel the pregnancy with hand and give a primary estimation and confirm the organ being examined with
the ultrasound.
3. Hold the probe closely and put it into rectum and ensure that your hand can feel the coming change inside
rectum. Keep hand close to the back and between the probe and rectal wall.
4. The inner construction of bovine displays on the screen, the bladder lies in the portrait cross place and the
behind is uterine horns and body. From the horizontal view, uterine horns are round in shape. Move the probe
around to acquire a better observation on the joint of uterine horns and body, and then switch the probe to
uterine horns as the following figure shows:
1 Rectum
2 Uterine horns
3 Uterine bodies
4 Ovaries
5 Vaginas
6 Bladders
Figure 4-14. Probe position for uterine and ovaries examination
5. To measure the fetus body diameter, select a vertical section first, that is a section from two sides to the
neck, chest and abdomen. Body diameter can be acquired when the GA is between 60 to 150 days.
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The measurement method of body diameter is given below:
Body diameter
Figure 4-15. BL measurement
6. Confirm the distance value as per distance measurement methods and the corresponding data display
behind “G·A”.
● BOVINE-SL:
:Calculate the gestation age according to bovine SL
1. Keep the cow standing.
2. Put the probe against the abdomen side center, shift it a little bit left or right and hold it closely against the
skin. Clean the abdomen skin if there is mud to ensure a clear display of the abdominal pelvic structure.
3. The maximum vertical axis of the stomach should be displayed on the screen. With the time going on, the
fetus stomach long axis increases regularly. The measurement method is given below:
Heart
Stomach
Figure 4-16. Bovine stomach measurement
4. Confirm the distance values according to the distance measurement methods and the corresponding data
display behind “G·A”.
● BOVINE-HL:
:Calculate the gestation age according to bovine HL
1. Keep the cow standing.
2. Put the probe against the abdomen side center, shift it a little bit left or right and hold it closely against the
skin. Clean the abdomen skin if there is mud to ensure a clear display of the abdominal pelvic structure.
3. The maximum vertical axis of the heart should be displayed on the screen. With the time going on, the fetus
heart long axis increases regularly. The measurement method is given below:
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Heart
Figure 4-17. Bovine heart measurement
4. Confirm the distance values according to the distance measurement methods and the corresponding data
display behind “G·A”.
● SWINE-HL:
:Calculate the gestation age according to swine HL
Check routine on pigs:
1. Make the pig stand.
2. Put the probe, a little bit left or right of the centre, on the ventral abdominal wall closely along the side of the
teats and fetal skull to rear leg. If there is mud on this part, clean with water first so the abdomen pelvic
structure could be displayed accurately.
Figure 4-18. Swine GA measurement
3. To measure the heart macro-axis, the screen should display the maximal longitudinal axis of heart. With the
growth of gestation age, the fetal heart macro-axis increase regularly. Measuring method is given in the
following figure:
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Heart
Figure 4-19. Swine heart measurement
4. Measure the selected parameter distance according to the distance measurement method, the corresponding
gestation age data will automatically show behind " G·A ".
● SHEEP-USD: Estimate gestation age according to hilum-spine length of sheep
There are two methods to exam pregnant sheep:
Use convex or linear probe to check abdomen and endo-rectal probe to check rectum. It is proven in some
publications that these two methods are equally effective for pregnancy examination.
— Rectum examination is more exact than abdomen examination within first 35 days of pregnancy;
— The two methods have the same result between 35 to 70 days of pregnancy;
— After 70 days pregnancy, abdomen examination is better because it is more practical when the uterine
becomes large.
Abdomen check:
1. Abdomen examination can be done when the sheep is standing, lying, or sitting. Put the probe against the
appointed abdomen center where there is no fur.
2. Clean the abdomen skin if there is mud to ensure a clear display of the abdominal pelvic structure.
3. Measure the length of USD.
4. Confirm the distance values according to the distance measurement methods and the corresponding data
display behind “G·A”.
● CAT-HD:
:Calculate the gestation age according to cat HD
Fetal head diameter refers to the maximum inner skull diameter from the side of the abdomen to back. This value
can be acquired within 8 months of pregnancy.
The HD measurement is given below:
Figure 4-20. Cat HD measurement
●CAT-BD:
:Calculate the gestation age according to cat BD
After the fetal head formed, binary top diameter measurement becomes a routine in ultrasonic examination. The
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measuring method is:
1. Fetal head axial plane scanning, look for BPD measuring standard plane from top to bottom.
2. According to distance measurement method to measure distance of selected parameters, the corresponding
gestation age data will automatically show behind " G·A".
● DOG-GSD: Calculate the gestation age according to dog gestation saccus diameter
The method is the same as that of equine.
● DOG-CRL: Calculate the gestation age according to dog CRL
The method is the same as that of cow.
● DOG-HD: Calculate the gestation age according to dog HD
The method is the same as that of cat.
● DOG-BD: Calculate the gestation age according to BD
The method is the same as that of cat.
Tips: After displaying the OB menu, press
key to exit.
Note
During OB measurement, when the distance is less than the following value, the GA of
this animal will not display. Refer to the following table for detailed data:
EQUINE
D1<6mm
BOVINE–BL
D1<8mm
BOVINE–SL
D1<1mm
BOVINE–HL
D1<3mm
SHEEP
D1<15mm
SWINE
D1<31mm
CAT–HD
D1<15mm
CAT–BD
D1<17mm
DOG–GSD
D1<1mm
DOG–CRL
D1<1mm
DOG–HD
D1<14mm
DOG–BD
D1<16mm
4.13 Image Print
Connect the VIDEO IN port of the printer with the VIDEO OUT port of the device and then operate as stated in
the operation manual of the printer.
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4.14 Image Upload to Computer
Connect the device and the computer with USB cable.
The high-speed USB2.0 port can transfer the image to computer at a high speed.
The attached CD includes USB driver, image preview program VIDCAP, and the second developing SDK file.
After installing the USB program, open VIDCAP.EXE, and finish the related settings as stated in the manual then
images can be viewed.
With the SDK file, you can go on for extended development on the program.
4.15 Shut Down
Press
key to shut down the device.
Tips: At off state, there is a certain standby consumption of power. If the device is not in use for a long time,
please take the battery out from the main unit.
Note
It is strictly prohibited to plug or unplug the power cord of the adapter when the
device is powered-on. After switching off the device, please wait for 2-3 minutes before
restarting to avoid damage.
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5 Transportation and Storage
5.1 Environmental Requirements on Transportation and Storage
Environment temperature range:- 20°C~ +55°C
Relative humidity range:10%~100%
Atmosphere pressure range:50kPa~ 106kPa
5.2 Transportation
Signs on the packing box conform to 《Iconograph and sign of packing, storage and transportation》
(GB191-2000).
Simple shockproof establishment is fitted within the box, which apply to aviation, railway, and highway or
steamship transportation. Keep dry and from inversion and collision.
5.3 Storage
● The equipment should be taken out from the packing when storage time exceeds six months, powered on for four
hours, and then packed correctly and kept in a warehouse. The equipment must not be piled, and not placed
close to the floor, wall, or roof.
● Keep it well ventilated, do not expose it to strong sunlight or caustic gases.
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6 Check and Maintenance
6.1 Check
The power cord of the equipment and probe cable should be checked regularly and if there is breakage, they should
not be used and be replaced.
6.2 Service Life
Based on the manufacturer’s design production related files, this model’s use life is six years. The product’s
material will gradually age, if the product is continually used over the designed use life, performance may be
reduced and have an increased fault rate.
Note:
Discard the equipment according to local law.
Do not discard it with other household garbage.
Warning:
The manufacturer shall not assume the responsibility of risks caused by using the
equipment beyond its service life.
6.3 Main Unit Maintenance
1. Operation environment should accord with “2.1 Operation environment requirements”.
2. If equipment enclosure needs cleaning, shutdown the equipment first and then wipe with alcohol sponges. When
clean the interior, shutdown equipment first,open the enclosure and clean with a blower.
3. It is not proper to turn on and off the equipment frequently. Re-start the equipment two or three minutes later
after shutdown.
4. Pack the equipment according to the instructions on the packing. When the equipment does not work for a long
time, store it properly in the warehouse. The storage environment should accord with “5.1 Environment
Requirements on Transportation and Storage ".
6.4 Probe Maintenance
The Probe is an expensive and frangible part. Never hit it or drop it on the floor. When diagnoses pauses, put the
probe in its case and press
key to keep it in a state of "Frozen".
Use medical ultrasound coupling gel during diagnosis. The IPX7, LV2-2/7.5MHz probe is designed to be
completely watertight. For the other probes, water should not immerge over the probe acoustic window (refer to
figure 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5). Regularly check the probe enclosure to ensure it is still sealed so liquid ingression
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does not ruin the inner components.
Figure 6-1. C2-6/40R/3.5MHz Convex probe protection
against water ingression
Figure 6-2. C2-7/20R/5.0MHz Convex probe protection
against water ingression
Figure 6-3. EL2-5/7.5MHz Rectal probe protection
against water ingression
Figure 6-4. EC2-2/13R/6.5MHz Endo-vaginal probe
protection against water ingression
Figure 6-5. L2-5/7.5MHz HF Linear probe protection
against water ingression
Do not connect/disconnect the probe from the host machine too often to preserve the probe pins and socket.
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Note:
Do not press the probe on patient body for too long so the patient does
not become uncomfortable.
6.5 Cleaning
1. When the enclosure needs cleaning, wipe it with soft dry cloths and then wipe gently with sponge and 75%
medical alcohol.
2. When the interior parts need cleaning, power off equipment first and then open the enclosure to vacuum it.
Warning:
Power off the equipment before cleaning the equipment and probe to avoid
accidents
Note:
1. Please refer to the user manual for usage of detergent.
2. Be careful with cleaning the display. Since display is easily to be scratched and
spoiled, wipe with soft dry cloths.
3. Please do not clean inner base.
4. Never put equipment into liquid.
5. Don’t leave residual detergent on equipment enclosure.
6. Though most detergent won't react with enclosure, it’s suggested that
detergent should not be used discretionarily in case of spoiling the enclosure
surface.
Warning:
Do not use extender, ethylene oxide, or any other organic solvent which can
deface the probe's protective foil.
Do not dip the probe into any type of liquid or detergent.
Keep equipment and probe away from any type of liquid's infiltration.
Do not clean equipment or probe by airing or heating.
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6.6 Correct Usage of Probe
In order to prolong probe's service life and obtain optimum performance,follow these instructions:
1. Periodic inspection on probe cable, socket, and acoustic window.
2. Shutdown the equipment first and then connect or disconnect the probe.
3. Do not drop probe or flint body, and never hit the probe acoustic window, otherwise probe could be damaged.
4. Please put the probe in its case when it is not in use..
5. Never heat the probe.
6. Never bend or pull probe cable, otherwise the internal connection could be broken.
7. Use couplant only on probe header and clean probe after use.
8. Inspect probe acoustical window, enclosure and cable thoroughly after probe cleaning. Never use the probe
again if any crack or breakage is found.
9. Most probes can not be disinfected, so when it is necessary, please use aseptic probe cover.
10. It is suggested to use aseptic probe cover and aseptic couplant when using every intracavity probe but do not
open the cover or couplant pack until inspection starts.
Warning:
Lattices contained in probe cover may cause someone to have an allergic reaction.
Warning:
AV-3000V can't work with high frequency surgical equipments to protect app
segments from damage.
6.7 Battery Information
1. The equipment is fitted with rechargeable Li-ion battery.
2. For optimum efficiency, the new battery must be charged and discharged (regular service,not enforced
discharging) two or three rounds completely.
3. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times,but it will be worn-out. When the work time
shortens, please replace it with a new one.
4. Be sure to use the electric charger supplied with this unit (i.e. AC adapter) to charge the battery. Do not
connect the battery to the electric charger (AC adapter) when charging is not needed. Do not connect the
battery to the electricity charger (AC adapter) for longer than 10 hours; otherwise the battery life may shorten.
The fully charged battery will discharge by itself if it is out of use for a long time.
5. Extreme environmental temperature (overcooling or overheating) will influence battery charging effect. Do
not charge the battery near an ignition source or under extremely hot conditions! Do not use or store the
battery near a source of heat (such as fire or heater)! If the battery is leaking or smelling, move the battery
away from the flame immediately.
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6. Don’t go on using a non-serviceable battery and electric charger (AC adapter).
7. Don't try to dismantle the battery.
8. Don't short circuit the battery.
9. Do not throw the battery into a fire or heat it, otherwise it would trigger an explosion.
10. Do not souse or wet the battery.
11. Do not incorrectly connect the positive and negative polarity.
12. Do not directly connect the battery to wall outlet or car-lit socket.
13. Do not short circuit the positive and negative polarity of the battery with led or other metal objects. Do not
transport nor store the battery with necklace, hair pin, or other metal objects.
14. Do not pierce battery shell with nail or other sharp objects, do not hammer nor step on the battery.
15. Do not hit, cast the battery and avoid mechanical shock on it.
16. Do not bend the battery terminals.
17. Do not decompound the battery in any way.
18. Do not place the battery in a microwave oven or pressure vessel.
19. Do not combine the battery with primary battery (such as a dry battery) or battery with different capacity,
models and types.
20. Do not use the battery if it is smelling, heating, straining, discolored or with other abnormal phenomena;
remove it from the current consumer or electric charger immediately and stop using it.
21. Discard the battery according to related local waste handling regulations.
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7 Simple Trouble Shooting
7.1 Check
1. Check if the power supply is ok or not and if the main unit power cable is connected well or not. When the
supply voltage surpasses the equipment specified voltage range (AC100V-240V, 50Hz/60Hz), do not switch on
the equipment.
2. Check if the probe and main unit are connected well or not.
3. Check power cable and probe lines regularly and replace the damaged or broken one if found.
7.2 Simple Troubleshooting
S.N.
Simple Failure
1
When power on, PS indicator
light does not turn on and no display
on screen.
Solutions
1. Check if 14V of adapter works well;
2. Check if battery needs charging.
2
Noisy display of image
1. Check if 14V output of the adapter is stable;
2. Check if there is electric or magnetic fiend
interference around the equipment;
3. Check if the probe plug and jack are connected
properly.
3
Unclear display of image
1. Adjust STC (Overall, near field, far field gain);
2. Clear the screen optical filter.
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Appendix A
1. AV-3000V Equipment Nameplate Diagram:
2. AV-3000V Equipment Main Probe Nameplate Diagram:
:
3. AV-3000V Equipment Optional Probe Nameplate Diagram:
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4. AV-3000V Battery Nameplate Diagram:
:
5. AV-3000V Adapter Nameplate Diagram:
:
6. Auto-charger Nameplate Diagram:
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7. AV-3000V packing diagram:
:
Modification on the above information may not be further notified.
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Sound Output Specifications Table
TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 B-Mode
Test Mode: B-MODE
Transducer Type: CR3-20/20R/5.0MHz
Transducer No: CP0540100
No.
Test Item
Requirements and Clauses
1
Maximum power
(mW)
2
P-(MPa)
3
lob(mW/cm2)
4
Ispta(mW/cm2)
5
System settings
6
Lp(mm)
7
Wpb6(mm)
8
prr(KHz)
9
srr(Hz)
10
Output beam
dimensions(cm2)
11
fawf (MHz)
12
APF
13
Power-up mode
14
AIF
15
Initialization
mode
Maximum temporal-average power output.
IEC 1157 4.2.2a)
Peak-negative acoustic pressure.
IEC 1157 4.2.2b)
Output beam intensity.
IEC 1157 4.2.2c)
Spatial-peak temporal average derived intensity.
IEC 1157 4.2.2d)
Ultrasound instrument console settings.
IEC 1157 4.2.2e)
Distance form the transducer output face to the point of
maximum pulse-pressure-squared integral.
IEC 1157 4.2.2f)
-6dB pulse-width.
IEC 1157 4.2.2g)
Pulse repetition rate.
IEC 1157 4.2.2h)
Scan repetition rate.
IEC 1157 4.2.2h)
Dimensions parallel ( )and perpendicular( ) to the
reference direction shall be specified. For scanning
modes, these shall refer to the central scan line only. In
many cases, especially contact systems, these
dimensions may be taken as the geometrical
dimensions of the ultrasonic transducer or ultrasonic
transducer element group.
IEC 1157 4.2.2i)
Arithmetic-mean acoustic-working frequency.
IEC 1157 4.2.2j)
Acoustic power-up fraction.
IEC 1157 4.2.2k)
In system in which the user defines the power-up
mode, this shall be stated as either "user defined" or
"not applicable" (n/a).IEC 1157 4.2.2l)
Acoustic initialization fraction.
IEC 1157 4.2.2m)
If appropriate. in systems in which the user defined the
initialization mode, this shall be stated as either "user
defined " or "not applicable "(n/a)
IEC 1157 4.2.2n)
16
Acoustic output
freeze
If the system has acoustic output freeze then this shall
be stated as "yes", otherwise it shall be stated as "no".
IEC 1157 4.2.2o)
Results
3.9
0.77
0.89
2.30
F3 * 1.0
25
(II):1.99
:3.31
33.33
Not
applicable
4.37
3.87
0%
B-Mode
Freeze
100%
B-Mode
Yes
Remarks
Test
frequenc
y:
5.0MHz
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TABLE: Summary of the Acoustic Quantities CR3-20 M-Mode
Test Mode: M-MODE
Transducer Type: C1-10/20R/5.0MHz
Transducer No: CP0540100
No.
Test Item
Requirements and Clauses
1
Maximum power
(mW)
2
P-(MPa)
3
Lob(mW/cm2)
4
Ispta(mW/cm2)
5
System settings
6
Lp(mm)
7
Wpb6(mm)
8
Prr(KHz)
9
Srr(Hz)
Not
applicable
10
Output beam
dimensions (cm2)
11
fawf(MHz)
12
APF
13
Power-up mode
14
AIF
Maximum temporal-average power output.
IEC 1157 4.2.2a)
Peak-negative acoustic pressure.
IEC 1157 4.2.2b)
Output beam intensity.
IEC 1157 4.2.2c)
Spatial-peak temporal average derived intensity.
IEC 1157 4.2.2d)
Ultrasound instrument console settings.
IEC 1157 4.2.2e)
Distance form the transducer output face to the point of
maximum pulse-pressure-squared integral.
IEC 1157 4.2.2f)
-6dB pulse-width.
IEC 1157 4.2.2g)
Pulse repetition rate.
IEC 1157 4.2.2h)
Scan repetition rate.
IEC 1157 4.2.2h)
Dimensions parallel (II) and perpendicular ( ) to the
reference direction shall be specified. For scanning
modes, these shall refer to the central scan line only. In
many cases, especially contact systems, these
dimensions may be taken as the geometrical dimensions
of the ultrasonic transducer or ultrasonic transducer
element group.
IEC 1157 4.2.2i)
Arithmetic-mean acoustic-working frequency.
IEC 1157 4.2.2j)
Acoustic power-up fraction.
IEC 1157 4.2.2k)
In system in which the user defines the power-up mode,
this shall be stated as either "user defined" or "not
applicable" (n/a).
IEC 1157 4.2.2l)
Acoustic initialization fraction.
IEC 1157 4.2.2m)
15
Initialization
mode
If appropriate. in systems in which the user defined the
initialization mode, this shall be stated as either "user
defined" or "not applicable" (n/a)
IEC 1157 4.2.2n)
B-Mode
16
Acoustic output
freeze
If the system has acoustic output freeze then this shall be
stated as "yes", otherwise it shall be stated as "no".
IEC 1157 4.2.2o)
Results
0.070
0.71
0.039
1.26
F3 * 1.0
25
(II):3.30
:2.91
0.148
1.79
4.22
0%
B-Mode
Freeze
108.45%
Yes
Remarks
Test freq:
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MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.50
0.061
0.061
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
2.91
2.91
2.91
4.42
4.42
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.046
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.031
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
1.03
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.85
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
5.55
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TIS
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Nonscanning
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Apart>
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TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.29
0.0027
0.0058
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
3.34
3.34
3.34
0.29
0.29
0.20
0.20
2.39
2.39
0.45
0.45
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.021
0.021
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0049
0.0049
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
0.84
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.50
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
1.33
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
1.30
Depth for TIS (cm)
1.96
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
Supplementary information:
1.70
5.55
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MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
Maximum index value
0.50
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
2.91
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
0.061
2.91
Output power (mW)
0.061
3.34
2.91
0.29
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
4.42
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
3.34
0.29
4.42
0.20
0.20
2.39
2.39
0.45
0.45
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.046
0.021
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.031
0.0049
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
1.03
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.85
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
1.33
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
1.30
Depth for TIS (cm)
1.96
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
1.70
5.55
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TIS
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Nonscanning
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Apart>
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TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.35
0.019
0.019
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
3.88
3.88
3.88
1.05
1.05
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0095
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0077
Peak-rarefactional acoustic
pressure (MPa)
0.77
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.69
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
Supplementary information:
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Index
MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.24
0.0014
0.0030
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
4.23
4.23
4.23
0.071
0.071
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.05
1.27
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.52
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0085
0.0085
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0040
0.0040
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
0.69
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.47
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.22
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
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2.30
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Mode
TIS
Scanning
Maximum index value
0.35
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
3.88
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
0.021
3.88
Output power (mW)
4.23
0.022
3.88
0.071
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
1.05
4.23
0.071
1.05
0.05
1.27
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.52
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0095
0.0085
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0077
0.0040
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
0.77
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.69
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.22
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
Supplementary information:
2.30
3.05
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Index
MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.49
0.021
0.021
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
4.36
4.36
4.36
1.00
1.00
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0097
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0079
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
1.08
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.98
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
Supplementary information:
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MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.24
0.0012
0.0015
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
4.62
4.62
4.62
0.056
0.056
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.026
0.48
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.22
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0029
0.0029
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0014
0.0014
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
0.70
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.48
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.15
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
Supplementary information:
2.35
2.35
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MI
Mode
TIS
Scanning
Maximum index value
0.49
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
4.36
TIS
TIS
Nonscanning
Nonscanning
Apart≤
1cm2
Apart>
1cm2
TIB
TIB
Scanning
Nonscanning
0.022
4.36
Output power (mW)
4.62
0.022
4.36
0.056
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
1.00
4.62
0.056
1.00
0.026
0.48
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
0.22
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.0097
0.0029
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.0079
0.0014
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
1.08
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
0.98
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.15
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
2.35
2.40
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TIS
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Apart>
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TIB
TIB
Scanning
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Maximum index value
0.83
0.135
0.135
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
5.53
5.53
5.53
5.12
5.12
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Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.16
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.059
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
2.72
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
1.66
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
2.60
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Nonscanning
Apart≤
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Apart>
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Scanning
Nonscanning
Maximum index value
0.98
0.0014
0.0052
Acoustic working
frequency (MHz)
5.37
5.37
5.37
0.060
0.060
Output power (mW)
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
0.021
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
31.34
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
11.95
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.19
0.19
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.074
0.074
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
2.83
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
1.97
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.61
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
2.40
2.55
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TIS
TIS
TIB
TIB
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Nonscanning
Scanning
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0.136
5.53
Output power (mW)
5.37
0.140
5.53
0.060
Bounded output Power
(mW)
Attenuated output Power
(mW)
Spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
5.12
5.37
0.060
5.12
0.021
31.34
Attenuated spatial-peak
temporal-average intensity
(mW/cm2)
11.95
Pulse-pressure squared
integral (mj/cm2)
0.19
0.19
Attenuated Pulse-pressure
squared integral (mj/cm2)
0.074
0.074
Peak-rarefaction acoustic
pressure (MPa)
2.83
Attenuated peak-rarefaction
acoustic pressure (MPa)
1.97
-1 2dB output beam area
(cm2)
0.61
Equivalent aperture
diameter (cm)
Depth for TIS (cm)
Depth for TIB (cm)
Depth at max. attenuated
pulse-intensity integral (cm)
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Appendix C Gestational Table
Gestational Table 1: Equine
Measurement(mm)
Week
Day
6
1
4
8
1
4
10
1
5
12
1
6
14
1
6
16
2
0
18
2
0
20
2
1
22
2
2
24
2
3
26
2
5
28
4
1
30
4
2
32
4
3
34
4
4
40
5
0
42
5
2
44
5
3
46
5
4
48
5
5
50
5
6
52
6
1
54
6
2
56
6
3
(Gestational Sac Diameter)
All measurements +/- 3 days
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Gestational Table 2: Bovine
Measurement(mm)
Week
Day
8
4
0
10
5
0
12
5
1
14
5
2
16
5
3
18
5
5
20
5
5
22
5
6
24
5
6
26
6
1
28
6
1
30
6
1
32
6
2
34
6
3
36
6
3
(Body Length)
All measurements +/- 3 days
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Gestational Table 3: Sheep
Measurement(mm)
(Umbilicus to Spine Distance)
15
Week
Day
7
1
18
21
24
27
7
7
8
8
3
6
1
4
30
33
36
9
9
9
0
2
4
39
42
45
48
10
10
10
11
0
2
5
3
51
54
57
60
11
12
12
12
5
1
2
4
63
66
69
72
75
78
12
13
13
14
14
15
6
2
4
2
4
0
81
15
2
84
87
90
93
96
15
16
17
17
17
5
6
0
1
3
99
All measurements +/- 3 days
17
6
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