Ibex® ultrasound is manufactured in Colorado, USA by E.I. Medical Imaging, a world leader in veterinary portable ultrasound for 35 years.
Yes, Ibex® ultrasound incorporates a full digital beamformer.
Ibex® is extremely water resistant. In fact, you can safely clean the Ibex® LITE with a garden hose. You can also wash the Ibex® PRO, but you should be sure to snap the monitor lid down tight first.
Ibex® ultrasound features a variety of probes from a 6.25MHz rectal linear probe for ideal bovine scanning, to a 3.5MHz sector probe used for abdominal use. For a full list of probes available and general application, click here.
Ibex® EVO® II; up to 3 continuous hours based on configuration
Ibex® LITE; 5+ continuous hours
Ibex® SuperLite; 6+ continuous hours
Ibex® PRO, PRO/r; 4+ continuous hours
Run times may vary depending on headset and transducer configurations.
Simply plug the scanner into any electrical outlet while the battery is in the machine. A stand-alone charger is available as an add-on accessory.
Removable image storage comes standard with your Ibex® purchase. The card will hold thousands of images or a combination of still images and cine loop video clips; larger cards can be purchased for larger storage capacity.
Yes, Ibex® features a eight-second video playback cine loop. You can save either 4, 8, or 16 second full frame video clips.
When you save an ultrasound image, you can record a quick voice message that will play when you view the image on Ibex® PRO and will play back through the headset on the Ibex® LITE. Cine loop will play audio back on your PC. (Firmware version 1.05.0000 or later)
Yes, Ibex® ultrasound fetal age tables for bovine, equine, and small ruminants can be provided at customer requests. Measurements are given in millimeters and/or inches.
No, the InSite®2 headsets are specially designed for use in sunlight. The 640 X 480 pixel headsets guaranteeing a clear, detailed image even in direct sunlight, while the new InSite® i3 headset comes in both a binocular and monocular configuration allowing complete customization for your style of work.
Even if you have never palpated or preg-checked your animals, you can learn to perform an ultrasound. E.I. Medical Imaging will supply a product manual and training CD to help get you started. If you want to develop your skills in ultrasound, see our news page for Wet Labs held throughout the year. And E.I. Medical Imaging's professional technical support and sales team is here to answer your questions. Just call (970) 669-1793.