The Philips X7-2t is the first ultrasound TEE transducer to provide a real-time, 3D image of the beating heart.
Summit Imaging's Research and Development department successfully developed processes to repair the majority of the Philips X7-2t transducer failures. Opting to have this transducer repaired can provide an average cost savings of 60% over the alternative of replacement. Summit's repair lead-time is down to an average of 3 business days, ensuring minimal downtime to healthcare facilities.
Probe common failures include:
Color Noise or Spikes
Poor 2d Penetration
Causing system errors
Questions? Send an email to TransducerRepair@MySummitImaging.com, or call us at 866.586.3744.