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C5SH Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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Enhanced Resolution: 192 elements paired with 64 channels for superior image detail.
Versatile Depth: Reaches up to 300mm for a range of diagnostic requirements.
Sustained Operation: Efficient 2200mAh battery ensures longer scan sessions.
Ideal for abdominal scans, including OB/GYN, emergency cardiac, and more. Optimized for lung, kidney, and general urology with high-frequency color Doppler. Designed for continuous clinical use with multi-lingual support and robust construction.

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C5H Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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High Resolution: 192-element sensor for enhanced image clarity.
Extended Depth: Up to 305mm for comprehensive internal views.
Efficient Power: Over 5 hours of operational time with a 5600mAh battery.
Adept for in-depth abdominal and OB/GYN scans, including emergency cardiac assessments. Suitable for lung, kidney, and general urology with advanced color Doppler functionality. Supports a broad range of clinical settings with robust design and multi-language interfaces.

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C5 Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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128 Element Convex Probe: Broad coverage for comprehensive scans.
Versatile Frequency Range: 3.2/5 MHz for in-depth abdominal and obstetric imaging.
Extended Battery Life: Up to 3h of continuous use on a single charge.
Main Applications: Abdominal assessments, providing essential imaging for a wide range of internal organs.
Obstetrics and Gynecology, offering clear visuals for prenatal care and women's health. Emergency Cardiac evaluations, facilitating rapid diagnostic response in critical situations. General applications such as lung, kidney, and urological scans, underscoring its adaptability across medical disciplines.

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C5S Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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Versatile Imaging: 128 elements for detailed diagnostics.
Deep Tissue Penetration: Frequency 3.5/5 MHz, depth up to 305mm.
Extended Operation: 3-hour battery life with quick USB charging.
Ideal for abdominal, cardiac, and OB/GYN applications, with emergency readiness.
Essential for lung, kidney, and general urology diagnostics. A reliable solution for diverse clinical environments, from hospitals to field clinics.

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E11 Micro-Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

Equipped with 128 elements for high-resolution imaging.
Flexible scanning with depth options up to 100mm.
Lightweight (102g) and compact for portability and ease of use.
Suitable for: Detailed breast and thyroid imaging. Musculoskeletal (MSK) evaluations, especially in superficial tissue analysis. Vascular studies and small parts imaging, suitable for pediatrics and carotid assessments.

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C5B Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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Budget-Friendly Imaging: Get reliable diagnostics without excess spend.
Precision Elements: 128-element probe ensures detailed image capture.
Enduring Power: 4200mAh battery for extended clinical use.
Abdominal assessments, cardiac emergencies, OB/GYN, lung and kidney analysis. Supports a breadth of urological evaluations with precise B-mode imaging. Adaptable for various medical settings with multilingual interface and robust build.

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C3.5 Convex Wireless Ultrasound Probe

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80-element Design: Optimized for fundamental diagnostic needs.
Ultra-affordable, entry-level imaging, streamlined functionality: Focused on core ultrasound applications.
Compact and Convenient: Easy to handle with efficient power usage.
The C3.5 probe is suitable for a wide range of basic medical examinations, perfect for clinics and professionals prioritizing cost-effectiveness without compromising on essential ultrasound capabilities.

What Are Convex Ultrasound Probes?

Convex ultrasound probes, also known as curved array probes, are a type of ultrasound transducer designed with a curved surface that emits ultrasound waves. This curvature allows for a wider field of view compared to linear probes, which have a flat surface. The emitted ultrasound waves penetrate the body and reflect off tissues, sending signals back to the probe that are then converted into images by the ultrasound machine.


Applications of Convex Ultrasound Probes in Medical Diagnostics

Abdominal Imaging

Convex probes are commonly used for abdominal examinations to visualize internal organs such as the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys. The wide field of view allows for comprehensive scanning of the abdominal cavity.

Obstetric and Gynecological Examinations:

Convex probes are used in prenatal care to monitor the development of the fetus, assess placental position, and evaluate amniotic fluid levels. In gynecology, they help in examining the uterus and ovaries.

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These probes are used to assess the urinary bladder, prostate gland, and kidneys, providing valuable information for diagnosing and monitoring conditions like prostate enlargement, kidney stones, and tumors.


While specialized cardiac probes exist, convex probes can also be used for basic cardiac examinations to assess the size and function of the heart chambers and identify fluid around the heart.


Their use in pediatrics includes examining abdominal organs, the brain (in neonates through the fontanelle), and hips for developmental dysplasia.

Key Differences Between Convex Ultrasound Probes and Other Types of Ultrasound Probes


Design and Shape

Convex Probes

Have a curved surface from which the ultrasound beams are emitted. This curvature allows for a wider field of view compared to linear probes. The frequency range typically falls between 2 to 6 MHz, which is ideal for penetrating deeper tissues.

Linear Probes

Feature a straight array of transducer elements, producing a rectangular image field. They operate at higher frequencies (typically 5 to 15 MHz), which is suitable for superficial structures but with a more limited penetration depth.

Phased Array Probes

Have a small footprint with elements arranged in a phased array pattern, allowing for electronic beam steering. These probes operate at various frequencies but are especially useful for accessing areas with limited acoustic windows, like between the ribs for cardiac imaging.

Endocavitary Probes

Designed for insertion into body cavities, such as rectal or vaginal examinations, offering high-frequency imaging for detailed views of structures close to the probe.


Imaging Capabilities

Convex Probes

Provide a wider field of view that is beneficial for examining larger organs and areas, such as the abdomen, obstetrics, and gynecology applications. The image produced is sector-shaped.

Linear Probes

Best for high-resolution images of superficial structures like muscles, tendons, and small parts.

Phased Array Probes

Ideal for cardiac imaging due to their ability to provide images between ribs and their capacity for electronic focusing and steering to visualize deep structures through a small acoustic window.

Endocavitary Probes

Specialized for high-resolution imaging of internal structures through cavities, offering detailed views in gynecology and urology.



Convex Probes

Widely used in general imaging, abdominal, pelvic, obstetric, and occasionally in adult cardiac applications due to their deep tissue penetration and broader field of view.

Linear Probes

Utilized for superficial structures, including vascular, musculoskeletal, and small parts imaging.

Phased Array Probes

Primarily used for cardiac and sometimes for abdominal imaging, particularly in situations requiring a small footprint.

Endocavitary Probes

Employed for reproductive and lower gastrointestinal tract imaging.


Technology and Performance

Convex Probes

The curved array design requires sophisticated electronic control to focus the ultrasound beam at different depths, enhancing the ability to image deep structures.

Linear Probes

Rely on a high number of elements operating at higher frequencies for detailed imaging of superficial tissues.

Phased Array Probes

Utilize electronic beam steering and dynamic focusing to achieve high-quality imaging through challenging acoustic windows.

Endocavitary Probes

Designed for optimal performance in confined spaces, using high frequencies for detailed close-up imaging.


Frequency and Penetration

Convex Probes

Operate at lower frequencies for deeper penetration but with slightly reduced resolution compared to higher-frequency probes.

Other Probes

Each type balances between frequency and penetration depth according to its specific applications, with higher frequencies providing higher resolution images at the cost of reduced penetration depth.

Each type balances between frequency and penetration depth according to its specific applications, with higher frequencies providing higher resolution images at the cost of reduced penetration depth.

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Discover the flexibility of convex ultrasound probes in action across diverse medical disciplines. Our gallery highlights the probes' applications in key areas such as Urology, Pregnancy monitoring, Obstetrics, Fetal imaging, and even Ophthalmology. Explore the potential to enhance your practice with our advanced, versatile imaging solutions.

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Got questions? Our FAQ provides clear, straightforward answers about our wireless convex ultrasound technology. Discover how our devices can enhance your clinical practice with high-resolution imaging and versatile applications. From ease of use to technical specifics, we're here to clarify any doubts.

What is a convex probe used for in ultrasound?

Convex probes, with their curved array design, are adept at providing a broad field of view for deeper tissue imaging. They operate at lower frequencies, typically between 2.5MHz and 7.5MHz, which allows for effective penetration in abdominal imaging, making them ideal for assessing organs like the liver, kidneys, and other structures within the abdomen.

What is the difference between convex and micro convex probes?

While both convex and micro convex probes feature a curved array, micro convex probes have a smaller radius of curvature. This smaller footprint allows for enhanced access and maneuverability in constrained anatomical spaces, making them particularly suitable for pediatric, neonatal, and small organ imaging. Convex probes generally have a frequency range suitable for broader and deeper scans, whereas micro convex probes offer more detailed imaging in focused areas due to their higher frequency capabilities.

What is another name for a convex probe?

Convex probes are interchangeably referred to as curved linear probes due to the curvilinear formation of their piezoelectric elements. This curvature facilitates a wide scanning angle, beneficial for comprehensive abdominal scans where depth and breadth of tissue need to be visualized.

What is the application of convex probe?

A convex probe is a versatile instrument in ultrasound diagnostics, essential for various medical fields:

Abdominal Imaging: It's extensively used for visualizing abdominal organs, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, kidneys, and pancreas, providing crucial information for diagnosing and monitoring conditions like gallstones, liver diseases, and renal pathologies.

Obstetrics/Gynecology: In OB/GYN, convex probes are instrumental for prenatal screenings, monitoring fetal development, and evaluating the uterus and ovaries during pregnancy and for gynecological assessments.

Emergency Cardiac Assessments: In emergency and critical care settings, these probes are employed for rapid cardiac evaluations, especially in point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS), to assess cardiac function and fluid status.

Lung Examinations: They help in detecting and evaluating pleural effusions, pneumothorax, and other pulmonary conditions, which is vital in emergency medicine and critical care.

Kidney Imaging: Convex probes facilitate the assessment of renal anatomy and pathologies, including kidney stones and cysts.

Cardiology: In cardiac imaging, although phased array probes are preferred, convex probes can be used for certain transthoracic echocardiography applications, particularly in patients where a broad view is required.

Critical Care: Their use in intensive care units for quick diagnostic assessments and for guiding bedside procedures is invaluable, aiding in rapid decision-making.

Emergency Medicine and Services: They are used for fast, effective triage and diagnosis in acute settings, helping clinicians assess patients for internal bleeding, organ damage, or other emergent conditions.

Internal Medicine: Convex probes serve as a tool for comprehensive internal assessments, including abdominal organ checks and basic echocardiography.

Urology: For evaluating the bladder, kidneys, and other urological structures, convex probes provide necessary imaging to support diagnoses and interventions.

In summary, convex probes are a critical component of ultrasound imaging across a spectrum of medical disciplines, chosen for their deep tissue penetration and broad imaging capabilities that are essential for a comprehensive evaluation.

What is a micro convex probe used for?

Micro convex probes are specialized transducers for pediatric and neonatal examinations, where a high-frequency range and a smaller footprint are necessary to navigate the delicate and smaller anatomy of patients for precise imaging.

What is the frequency range of convex probe ultrasound?

Convex probes for ultrasound typically operate within a frequency range of 2.5MHz to 7.5MHz. And wireless ultrasound convex probes range is normally from 3.5MHz to 5MHz. The specific frequency selection can vary depending on the depth of penetration required and the specific diagnostic application, balancing the need for depth penetration against the resolution. The 128-element convex probe, for example, combines a broad field of view with deep tissue penetration, suitable for a comprehensive examination in a variety of clinical scenarios.

What is a convex transducer?

A convex transducer is designed with a curvilinear arrangement of piezoelectric crystals forming a convex-shaped beam. This configuration is particularly useful for in-depth examinations like abdominal scans, where lower frequency waves allow for deeper penetration into the body, although with a trade-off in resolution at increased depths.

What is the difference between linear and convex ultrasound probes?

Linear probes provide high-resolution images with a higher frequency range, ideal for superficial structures and vascular imaging due to their straight array of crystals and narrow field of view. Convex probes, in contrast, have a curved array that delivers a wider field of view, suitable for deeper abdominal structures. The choice between the two largely depends on the required depth of field and the specific anatomical area being scanned.

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