CONTACT US BY EMAIL OR CALL 1.866.416.4636

Join Customer Site
  • Join
  • Customer Site
Products-Imaging Systems

Vevo® 2100 System

The first high-frequency, high-resolution digital imaging platform with linear array technology and Color Doppler Mode.

VisualSonics redefines state-of-the-art with a new digital platform delivering outstanding performance in a wide range of animal models and applications including cardiovascular, cancer and inflammation, to name a few. 

The Vevo® 2100 system expands the functionality, flexibility and image quality of the Vevo 770 system, operating at frequencies never before achieved with solid-state array transducers. The new MicroScan™ transducers provide increased frame rates, superb contrast, unrivaled resolution and a wider field of view. The system is easy to use, non-invasive and fast, providing extremely high throughput when needed.

New solid-state transducers

  • Superior resolution and image uniformity through entire field of view
  • 30 micron resolution
  • Frame rates in 2D up to 740 fps (for a 4x4 mm field of view)
  • Wider field of view

Expandable Imaging and Processing Options

  • Color and Power Doppler Modes for blood flow quantification & anatomical identification
  • M-Mode single line acquisition allowing high-temporal resolution for LV functional analysis
  • Anatomical M-Mode for adjustable anatomical orientation in reconstructed M-Mode imaging
  • 3D-Mode Imaging & Volume Analysis
  • Nonlinear Contrast Imaging
  • VevoStrain™ Analysis software for cardiac research
  • Advanced measurements & quantification

Open architecture data management, flexible image output options

Mobile - true plug & play for any lab

Available Imaging options for the Vevo 2100 system

  • Superb B-Mode (2D) imaging for anatomical visualization and quantification, with enhanced temporal resolution with frame rates up to 740 fps (in 2D for a 4x4 mm FOV) , and enhanced image uniformity with multiple focal zones (included in base package)
  • M-Mode for visualization and quantification of wall motion in cardiovascular research, single line acquisition allows for the very high-temporal (1000 fps) resolution necessary for analysis of LV function
  • Anatomical M-Mode for adjustable anatomical orientation in reconstructed M-Mode imaging; software automatically optimizes field of view for maximum frame rate
  • Pulsed-Wave Doppler Mode (PW) for quantification of blood flow
  • Color Doppler Mode for detection of  blood vessels including flow directional information and mean velocities; as well as for identification of small vessels not visible in B-Mode
  • Power Doppler Mode for detection and quantification of blood flow in small vessels not visible in B-Mode; increased frame rates allow for significantly faster data acquisition
  • Tissue Doppler Mode for quantification of myocardial tissue movement; for example in assessing diastolic dysfunction
  • Vevo MicroMarker® Nonlinear Contrast Agent Imaging – for quantification of relative perfusion & molecular expression of endothelial cell surface markers; enhanced sensitivity to Vevo MicroMarker contrast agents as linear tissue signal is suppressed
  • 3D-Mode Imaging for anatomical and vascular visualization, when combined with either B-Mode, Power Doppler Mode or Nonlinear Contrast Imaging; allows for quantification of volume and vascularity within a defined anatomical structure
  • Digital RF-Mode for the acquisition and exportation of radio frequency (RF) data in digital format for further analysis; full screen acquisition provides a complete data set for more comprehensive analysis and tissue characterization.

Software analysis and data management:

Benefits: Flexibility, simplicity, researcher-friendly 

Key Features

  • Study based data management – ability to add images/data to an existing study, this is ideal for long term studies
  • Ability to perform multiple measurements/calculations on all images
  • Ability to view images simultaneously in a side-by-side manner; aids in consistent imaging plane throughout the course of a study
  • Ability to perform data analysis on an off-line computer; reserves time on the system for acquisition not analysis

Data Management

Analyze, label, annotate and archive images and studies through a flexible, open-architecture system. Software supports industry standard Dicom 3.0, providing flexibility in the analysis and production of research data; the software also provides a wide variety of video, image, and data export formats compatible with most PC based software.

Studies can easily be stored on the system, external hard drive, disc, or network

  • Images can be copied as a group within a series/study, composite between series/studies, or as individual images
  • System hard drive is 300 GB

Multiple series can be created within the same study

  • Control vs. experimental
  • Multiple animals (m1;m2;m3;mn)

Add series to a previously acquired and saved study

  • Multiple time points (T1;T2;T3;Tn)

Data and Image Export 

Export a list of acquired studies/series/images to paste into lab book 
Easily export with and without annotations/measurements (without duplication of data) 
Easily export with and without physiological parameters (without duplication of data) 

Images can be exported in multiple formats:

TIFF, BMP, AVI uncompressed AVI, MS Video9 and DICOM