The PLT-604AT linear transducer and PVT-382BT curved array transducer are two popular replacements for the TOSHIBA SSA-660A ultrasound probe. To get the most accurate results, you should purchase a TOSHIBA SSA-660A probe with the same specifications. You can find a PDF file of the TOSHIBA SSA-660A probe here.
PLT-604AT linear probe
The compatible TOSHIBA SSA-660A (PLT-604AT) linear ultrasound probe is a replacement transducer designed for use with standard ultrasound systems. It features the same operating parameters and features as the OEM. This probe is used on diagnostic ultrasound systems for vascular, general, and women’s health. The USL94160 has a single flange connector and is connected to a standard ultrasound console via a cable with strain relief on both ends.
PVT-382BT Curved array transducer
The PVT-382BT Curved array Transducer for TOSHIBA SSA-680A has a frequency range of 1.8 MHz to 5.5 MHz and is compatible with the following Toshiba ultrasound systems: Aplio 300, Aplio 500, Aplio MX, XG, Viamo, and Xario. The transducer has a Standard 30 Day Warranty.
PDF file of TOSHIBA SSA-660A probe
The Toshiba Xario SSA-660A ultrasound scanner offers premium technology and compact design. Its powerful system architecture provides a wide range of imaging modes and cardio software. The PLT-704SBT linear probe, PVT-350BTP curved array transducer, PVT-375BT abdominal probe, and Mitsubishi X93D are the probes included with the scanner.
A compatible Toshiba SSA-660A probe is an excellent choice for your ultrasound system. The SSA-660A has all of the features you need to perform high-quality ultrasound imaging. Its advanced imaging technology enables you to see structures and features of the human body with high definition images. You can even view information about each image with this probe. The SSA-660A also produces high-resolution images in all modes.
This probe provides real-time imaging to help sonographers monitor internal organs and fetuses. To ensure its durability, it is crucial to handle the probe with care. Regularly inspect the nose, housing, and cable. Check for dents, cracks, or swelling of lens materials. Shipping the probe in a suitable container will help prevent damage to the transducer and its components.