Transducers

Ultrasonic transducers are divided into three broad categories: transmitters, receivers and transceivers. Transmitters convert electrical signals into ultrasound, receivers convert ultrasound into electrical signals, and transceivers can both transmit and receive ultrasound.

In a similar way to radar and sonar, ultrasonic transducers are used in systems which evaluate targets by interpreting the reflected signals. For example, by measuring the time between sending a signal and receiving an echo the distance of an object can be calculated. Passive ultrasonic sensors are basically microphones that detect ultrasonic noise that is present under certain conditions.

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Acuson S228 Needle Guide

Acuson S228 Needle Guide
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ATL 5.0MHz IVT

ATL 5.0MHz Convex Linear Array IVT Transvaginal, Compatible with ATL HDI 3000 and 3500.
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ATL L7-4

ATL L7-4
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G.E 8L-RS

The GE 8L-RS Linear Ultrasound Transducer
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GE 2333890 10LB-RS 7.0Mhz

GE 10LB-RS 7.0MHz Ultrasound Transducer
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