Maximum Probe Temperature Print
Modified on: Fri, 5 Mar, 2021 at 5:54 AM
Disclaimer: The information herein is not intended to replace the product’s User Manual. Please consult the User Manual for comprehensive information and cautionary guidance about the product’s operation and use.
The table below indicates the maximum probe temperature.
Max Temp (°C) (Simulated use)
Max Temp (°C) (Still air)
Vscan Air CL – Curved array transducer (for deep scanning)
Vscan Air CL – Linear array transducer (for shallow scanning)
Maximum Vscan Air CL temperature
NOTE: Measurement uncertainty and probe variation: 2.0 °C.
NOTE: The probe will stop scanning, if exceeding an applied part surface temperature of 43°C
NOTE: Lens temperature is measured under conditions per IEC 60601-2-37, Ed2.1
- Thermocouple was placed at the geometric center of the lens
- Thermal phantom at not less than 33°C or in the range 20-33°C for external probes. Maximum Vscan Air CL temperature rise is measured and added to 33°C. Maximum Vscan Air CL temperature (Simulated use) is <43°C.
- With Vscan Air CL transmitting in air, temperature rise is measured and added to 23°C. Maximum Vscan Air CL temperature (Still air) is <50°C. Lens temperature is monitored for 30 minutes.
NOTE: Vscan Air CL placed in contact with a thermal phantom made of tissue-mimicking material is referenced in IEC60601-2-37, Ed2.1
- Auto-freeze capability is disabled during these measurements.
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