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Philips Affiniti 70


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The Philips Affiniti 70 is a next-generation ultrasound, following the success of the company’s Epiq series. The Affiniti 70 offers slightly more technology than other Philips models, such as Shear Wave Elastography and Strain elastography. The Philips Affiniti 70 ultrasound offers rich image quality at an affordable price. This system specializes in cardiac, OB-GYN and vascular imaging applications, when it’s equipped with the right probes.

Price starting at $42,900

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The Philips Affiniti 70 is the successor to Philips’ popular HD15 shared service color Doppler ultrasound machine. It’s designed as a “budget” shared service ultrasound, and includes an architecture based on its premium EPIQ series of ultrasound machines, offering some of its best technology to those with tighter budgets.

With regards to ultrasound probes, the Philips Affiniti 70 ultrasound supports a wide range of small, lightweight transducers. As a complete shared service ultrasound, it has 4D obstetric imaging, ShearWave elastography, and provides both adult and pediatric echocardiography (including TEE) and stress echo.

The Affiniti 70 ultrasound is also designed to help you work more comfortably and efficiently. With a 21.5″ articulating fold-down LCD screen and touchscreen tablet-like user interface, the Affiniti 70 has a simplified user interface for “walk-up” usability, helping make it ideal for busy offices with multiple users.

Some of the leading performance technologies found in the Affiniti 70 ultrasound include:

  • PureWave transducer technology that allows for deeper probe penetration in both technically difficult and easy patients
  • Tissue-Specific presets combine transducer optimization for specific exams as well as precision beamforming for excellent image quality
  • Support for both strain and shear wave elastography to assess tissue stiffness
  • Auto Doppler
  • AutoSCAN
  • SmartExam

You can also achieve dynamic organ and tumor assessments in real-time, 2D anatomical intelligence, and a lightweight design of 184 pounds that allows for easy transport.

Active Probe Ports





DICOM Options

MPPS, Print, Query/Retrieve, Store, Structured Reports, Worklist


184 lbs, 56" x 22.5" x 39"



Export Options



3D/4D, 4D TEE, Auto Optimization, CD/DVD-R Drive, Color Doppler, Compound Imaging, Contrast, CW Doppler, DICOM, Elastography, HPRF, IMT, M-Mode, MicroVascular Imaging, Mitral Valve Navigator, Panoramic, Power Doppler, PureWave Transducers, PW Doppler, SmartExam Protocol, Speckle Reduction, Strain, Strain Elastography, Strain Rate, Stress Echo, TEE, Tissue Doppler, Tissue Harmonics

HDD Size


Imaging Modes

2D, 3D/4D

Max Cine Memory

2, 200 Frames

Max Frame Rate (FPS)

1, 400

Maximum Depth (cm)



"21.5"" High Resolution LCD"

Monitor Resolution


PC Export Formats


Power (USA)

100-240V, 50/60 Hz

Primary Applications

Breast, Cardiac, General Imaging, OB/GYN, Small Parts, Vascular







USB Ports


Video and Output Options

Audio, Composite Video, Ethernet, HDMI, S-Video, USB, VGA



Year Built


Probe Type of Array Bandwidth
Philips C10-3v Endovaginal 3.5-5.0 MHz
Philips C5-1 Convex 1.0-5.0 MHz
Philips C6-2 Convex 2.0-6.0 MHz
Philips L12-3 Linear 3.0-12.0 MHz
Philips S4-2 Sector 1.8-4.2 MHz
Philips S5-1 Sector 1.0-5.0 MHz
Philips V6-2 Convex 2.0-6.0 MHz

The Affiniti 70 replaces the popular Philips HD15 ultrasound machine as a budget mid-range ultrasound machine. It has great image quality and is an excellent choice for those who don’t need a truly premium ultrasound in their department. The Affiniti is smaller and weighs less than the premium ultrasound machines and has a much lower price than the Philips EPIQ series of ultrasounds.

This architecture and easy-to-use interface allow the Affiniti 70 to handle high volume while providing solid image quality, giving you both the performance and workflow you need for quick, confident diagnosis.

SonoCT on the Philips Affiniti 70 is also known as compound imaging (CrossXBeam, iBeam, etc). It allows the ultrasound transducer to see from multiple lines of site at different angles, as opposed to the standard line-of-site that’s perpendicular to the transducer lens.

XRES on the Philips Affiniti 70 portable ultrasound machine uses a software algorithm to increase image resolution by reducing “speckle” (artifact) while brightening tissue in the image. The result provides a clearer image with higher contrast between hyper- and hypo-echoic regions.

iScan on the Philips Affiniti 70 is a one-touch optimization in which the system evaluates the ultrasound image and optimizes Gain automagically.

Live 3D is also known as 4D in most circles (a GE term). It allows real-time 3D imaging in cardiac imaging on the Philips Affiniti 70 with the X5-1 and other xMATRIX transducers.

Philips PureWave is a transducer technology in which the crystals (elements) of the transducer are arranged uniformly, which is not the case with standard transducer technology. Philips states that PureWave technology provides more consistent image results.

Q-Lab is Philips Quantitative analysis software package for cardiac ultrasound studies. It includes a series of options available on some Philips ultrasound machines. These features include items such as ROI quantification, Tissue Motion Quantification (TMQ), Strain Quantification (SQ), IMT Intima Media Thickness), Microvascular Imaging, and GI 3D Quantification.

You can find the Philips Afffiniti 70 brochure below. Probo Medical has a large inventory of owner’s manuals and brochures, contact us today for more information.

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