Automated Imaging Gain

While imaging, every ultrasound frame is analyzed to determine if the image brightness requires an increase or decrease depending on the workflow and depth selected. An override method is provided for users who want to provide an additional adjustment to fine-tune the image so that it falls in line with their most optimal clinical interpretation.

Auto Focusing

The combination of multi-line beamforming and synthetic-focus beamforming allows Clarius scanners to generate premium image quality at a high frame rate. The resulting image is uniformly focused from top to bottom and does not require the user to adjust any focusing parameters. As a result, the scanners provide high-quality image as well as a simplified workflow.

Auto Frequency

Clarius uses technology that allow us to adapt the actual frequency range to different applications. Depending on the application, need for penetration, and resolution, Clarius scanners have sliding filters dependent on presets. The receive filters’ sliding frequency changes dynamically as a function of depth, to emphasize the desired frequency.

Auto Depth

Other than gain, two of the most important controls on any ultrasound system are frequency and focal zones. These parameters help determine the resolution and depth of penetration, as well as place anatomy in a specified focal field for optimal viewing. The Clarius Scanner eliminates the need for users to adjust frequency and focal zones by making internal adjustments based on the depth selected by the user. By simply sliding up or down on the image, the imaging depth will change and automatically optimize the image for the selected view.

Advanced Hardware

The heart of Clarius HD’s great image quality lies in its cutting-edge “System-on-a-chip” hardware. This advanced hardware is powerful enough to allow our engineers to equip Clarius HD with our Octal Beamforming technology.

Highly Sensitive and Trusted Piezoelectric Arrays

Clarius HD employs the same transducer technology used by all high-end cart-based systems. Piezoelectric (PZT) elements remain the best technology for deeper scanning and reduced noise.

Convex

C3 HD - Multipurpose

Frequency: 2–6 MHz

Max Depth: 40 cm

Abdominal, Lung, OB/GYN, Cardiac, Superficial, Vascular

Linear

L15 HD - High Frequency Linear

Frequency: 5–15 MHz

Max Depth: 6 cm

Injections, Breast, MSK, Nerve, Small Parts, Superficial

Linear

L7 HD - Linear

Frequency: 4–13 MHz

Max Depth: 7 cm

Vascular, Lung, MSK, Small Parts, Nerve

Phased Array

PA HD - Cardiac

Frequency: 1–4 MHz

Max Depth: 40 cm

Cardiac, Abdominal, Lung, OB/GYN, Vascular Access

Microconvex

C7 HD - Microconvex

Frequency: 3–10 MHz

Max Depth: 15 cm

Paediatrics, Neonatal, Spine, Vet

Endocavity

EC7 HD - Endocavity

Frequency: 3–10 MHz

Max Depth: 15 cm

Gynecology, Obstetrics, Urology