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LOGIQ E9 R5 Lower Operator Panel Hi Rose Trackball Connector
Other Ultrasound
GE Healthcare
GE Healthcare

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Product Overview

The Lower Operator Panel is used on Ichiro (Logic E9), a medical diagnostic ultrasound imaging system. The Ichiro lower operator panel is a complex user interface device with several sub devices. The lower operator panel includes an alphanumeric keyboard, an application specific configuration of buttons, slide pots, rotary encoders, joy stick type controllers and a receptacle feature to connect a trackball with buttons. There is an interface cable between the main lower operator panel circuit board and the trackball feature. The trackball interface uses a Hirose brand DF13-15P-1.25H (21) connector and connects to the operator panel. This connector is a 1.25mm pitch miniature crimping connector with single row right angle pin header (four wall correspond to vacuum absorption). It provides the grade with the vacuum absorption area, and secures automatic mounting by the tin plated embossed packaging technique. In addition, the Surface Mounting (SMT) header is equipped with the metal fitting to prevent solder peeling.

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