A properly conducted electrical leakage test is critical for TOE probe integrity and patient safety.
CS Medical and BC Group International have partnered to provide a safe and effective method in conducting the electrical leakage test within the disinfectant reservoir of the TD 100 CE Automated TOE Probe Disinfector or the TOEClean Automated TOE Probe Cleaner Disinfector.
The ULT‑2000 Series is specifically designed to test the electrical safety of all types of diagnostic ultrasound transducers, totally independent of the ultrasound machine on which they are typically used. The integrity of the outer insulation barrier of the transducer as well as the capacitive leakage currents that exist is tested. The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) recommends the structural and electrical integrity of the transducer be checked between each use, using an ultrasound transducer leakage tester.
"CS Medical has provided our hospital service with quality tools to efficiently and safely clean not only our TEE [TOE] probes, but also ensure a clean environment through storage cabinets, transportation containers and HEPA air filtration. The standards and expectations for quality are being raised, and CS Medical is providing solutions to meet those standards."
David C, St. Marks Hospital Utah
Eliminate Probe Damage
BC Group’s ULT line of the second generation "Soft Touch" transducer adapters, completely eliminates the possibility of costly damage. These adapters utilize the actual multi-pin mating connector for the ultrasound transducer to be tested. The transducer electrical connector is subjected to only the same level of insertion and locking force that is normally seen when the transducer is connected to the ultrasound machine. There are no other undesired mechanical forces on the transducer electrical connector or the individual pins within it. Take steps to avoid unnecessary and costly transducer electrical connector damage as a result of using older generation adapters.
Range 0.5 to 500 µA - Designed to meet manufacturer transducer specifications
User-selectable challenge (test) voltage (90 to 275 VAC) and frequency (50 or 60 Hz)