GE Logiq F8 Ultrasound Machine

The GE Logiq F8 is a premium economy multipurpose system. It stengthens the fundamenation quality of all needs for daily practices as a multipurpose ultrasound with excellent image quality and easy workflow that migrated from the GE premium system such as Logiq E9.

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GE Logiq F8 Dimensions and Weight:

Dimensions and Weight
– Keyboard: 500 mm (19.7 in)
– Caster: 720 mm (28.3 in)
– Maximum: 810 mm (31.9 in)
– Caster: 800 mm (31.5 in)
– Maximum: 1495 mm (58.9 in)
– Minimum: 1410 mm (55.5 in)
Weight: 58 kg, 128 lbs
GE Logiq F8 Specifications:

Digital beamformer
Displayed imaging depth: 0 – 33 cm(probe dependent)
Minimum depth of field: 0 – 2 cm(probe dependent)
Maximum depth of field: 0 – 33 cm(probe dependent)
Continuous dynamic receive
– focus/continuous dynamic
– receive aperture
Adjustable dynamic range
– up to 120 dB
GE Logiq F8 Electrical power:

Nominal input voltage: 100-240 VAC, frequency 50/60 Hz
Power consumption maximum: 400 VA with peripherals
The architecure of Logiq F8 incorporates proven cababilities of GE’s premium ultrasound system such as Logiq E9. At this price point, Logiq F8 has excellent price performance ratio because migraged advanced tools such as Phase Inversion Harmonic imaging, CrossXBeam, and Speckle Reduction imaging, help simplify image acquisition and enhance overall image quality like GE’s flagship model. Logiq F8 has a family look for both H/W and S/W of GE imaging flagship system so that its user is easy to accept its up-to-dated workflow tools such as Auto Optimization, Scan Assistant, and Scan Coach. Also, optional advanced clinical functions such as Static Elastography, Auto IMT, 3/4D, Tissue Velocity Imaing(TVI) with Q analysis, and B-Steer help a user expand applications of physician’s daily practice.


GE Logiq F8 Probes/Transducers:

Convex probe 4C-RS
Linear probe L6-12-RS
Endo Mirovex Probe E8C-RS
Micro Convex Probe 8C-RS
Phased Array Probe 3Sc-RS
Convex Volume Probe RAB2-6-RS


GE Logiq F8 Features:

19” (482.6 mm) high-resolution LCD
Articulating monitor arm
8.4” (213.4 mm) LCD touch screen
Max 4 active probe ports
Integrated HDD
Integrated Speakers
Probe Holders
Gel Holder
Front and Rear Handles
Probe Cable Tray
AO(Automatic Optimization)
CrossXBeam(Spatial Compounding Imaging)
SRI-HD (High Definition Speckle Reduction Imaging)
Coded Phased Inversion Harmonic Imaging
Virtual Convex
Patient Information Database
Image Archive on integrated HDD
Raw Data Analysis
Scan Assistant
Scan Coach
Real-Time Automatic Doppler Calculations
OB Calculations
Fetal Trending
Multigestational Calculations
Hip Dysplasia Calculations
Gynecological Calculations
Vascular Calculations
Urological Calculations
Vascular Calculations
Urological Calculations
Renal Calculations
Cardiac Calculations


GE Logiq F8 Peripheral Options:

Sony Digital UP-D711 Termal Printer
Sony Fixture Kit for Digital UP-D711 Thermal Printer
Sony Digital UP-D25 Color Thermal Printer
Sony Digital UP-D897 BW Thermal Printer
Mitsubishi P93W/E Thermal Printer
Mitsubishi P95DW Thermal Printer
Footswitch MKF2-MED USB GP26
SanDisk USB Stick 4G
1TB Mobile USB HDD
USB Lamp

GE Logiq F8 Supplies:

Aquasonic ultrasound gel
Sono ultrasound wipes
Sony UPP-110HG thermal printing paper
Sony UPC-21L color thermal printing pack
Mitsubishi KP95HG thermal roll paper (new)
Mitsubishi KP65HM-CE High density thermal paper

GE Logiq F8 ports:

CVBS Output (BNC)
S-Video Output
VGA Output (SXGA resolution)
Audio steteo Output
100BASE-TX Ethernet (RJ45)
USB (3x in rear, 3 under keyboard)
GE Logiq F8 image storage:

Storage formats: DICOM – Compressed /uncompressed, single/multiframe, with/without Raw Data
– Export JPEG, JPEG2000, WMV(MPEG 4) and AVI formats
Storage Devices: USB Memory Stick
DVD-RW Storage
HDD Image Storage

GE Logiq F8 Options:

Static Elastography
Auto IMT
CW Doppler
Anatomical M-Mode
Tissue Velocity Imaging(TVI) with Q-Analysis
Easy 3D
Static 3D / Realtime 4D
DICOM 3.0 Connectivity
Extra Probe Holder
Paper Tray
GE Logiq F8 Applications:

Small Parts
Vascular/Peripheral Vascular
Cardiac(Adult only)

GE Logiq F8 FAQs:

Strain Elastography is a non-invasive diagnostic technique displaying the relative elasticity of tissue stiffness compared to surrounding tissue by a real-time color map, superimposed on conventional gray scale image. Most malignant lesions have a harder or stiffer consistency than surrounding benign tissue. This change in stiffness can also be present in chronic or inflammatory diseases. To displace the underlying anatomical structures, Strain Elastography requires manual palpation by the user, or compression or decompression of the target produced by the patient respiration. It can be an efficient tool to improve biopsy targeting, image and evaluate breast and testicular lesions, and perform a quick monitoring and follow up of interventional procedures. Additionally, it can provide additional information to increase diagnostic confidence for musculoskeletal diseases such as tendinopathies, tendinosis, synovial hypertrophy or tears.

Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) is myocardial Doppler Imaging with color overlay on tissue image available on the sector probes. Tissue color overlay can be removed to show just the 2D image, still retaining the tissue velocity information. Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) is an ultrasound based technique used for quantitative analysis of the cardiac function and has earlier been evaluated according to myocardial velocities. The technique is the same as for Doppler echocardiography, measuring flow velocities. Tissue signals however, have higher amplitude and lower velocities, and the signals are extracted by using different filter and gain settings.