E.I. Medical Imaging Introduces New L7HD Transducer for Ibex EVO Platform

E.I. Medical Imaging® recently announced the release of its all-new L7HD transducer, engineered exclusively for use in conjunction with EIMI’s latest EVO® ultrasound system.

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LOVELAND, Colo., September 11, 2018 (Newswire.com) E.I. Medical Imaging® (EIMI), a worldwide leader in portable ultrasound technology and the only U.S.-based manufacturer of portable veterinary ultrasound systems designed specifically for veterinary use, announced the release of the all-new L7HD transducer. EIMI has been a leader in the ultrasound industry for over 30 years and is very proud to release a transducer designed exclusively to fit the needs of the practicing veterinarian.

“We heard from many of our current customers that they were looking for a slightly higher frequency transducer that would provide them with greater image definition and resolution for their reproductive work. With the advent of the new L7HD,  we were able to deliver this to our customers in the same highly ruggedized construction they have come to expect from EIMI,” said Charles Maloy, president of E.I. Medical Imaging. “It is really quite a remarkable transducer.”

Developed exclusively for animal and livestock needs based on intensive engineering research and input from veterinarians and industry leaders, the new L7HD transducer was engineered exclusively for use in conjunction with EIMI’s latest EVO® ultrasound system. With improved ergonomics and features, the L7HD takes the entire market to the next level of technology and sets the bar for the industry.

All of the transducers for the EVO® system continue to benchmark the industry in durability with a new in-house designed connector allowing for multiple probes to be used with one system. Kevlar reinforcement with rigorous testing and design further ensure that the entire system can withstand the rigors of the toughest veterinary use. EVO® transducers have been subjected to 1.2 million flex cycles in tests unheard of in the portable ultrasound community

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