Universal Ultrasound Processor (EU-ME1)

Endoscopic Ultrasound

Universal Ultrasound Processor (EU-ME1)

As the world’s first and only endoscopic ultrasound processor to integrate both electronic and mechanical scanning, the Olympus EU-ME1 universal processor provides exceptional ultrasound imaging for most Olympus EUS and EBUS products.

Key Benefits

  • Superb ultrasound image quality: The EU-ME1 is ideal for most EUS procedures and today’s most advanced endobronchial ultrasound procedures.
  • Procedural flexibility: The EU-ME1 supports EUS-FNA, EBUS-TBNA, radial EUS and EBUS with miniature probes, peripheral bronchoscopy, and it provides imaging frequencies from 5 to 30 MHz.
  • Backward compatibility: The EU-ME1 is compatible with most Olympus ultrasound endoscopes and miniature probes.
  • Rich functionality in a compact size: With picture-in-picture functionality a separate monitor can display the endoscopic and/or ultrasound image, and the processor's small size allows it to be configured on the same endoscopy cart as the video endoscopy system.

Product Support

Voltage (Voltage Fluctuation): 100-120 V, 220-240 V AC (± 10%)
Frequency (Frequency Fluctuation): 50/60 Hz (±1 Hz)
Consumption Electric Power: 300 VA

Dimensions–Main Unit: 370 (W) x 176 (H) x 480 (D) mm [430 (W) x 185 (H) x 500 (D) mm maximum]
Dimensions–Keyboard: 393 (W) x 41 (H) x 205 (D) mm
Weight–Main Unit: 23.0 kg
Weight–Keyboard: 2.7 Kg

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