The new or refurbished Chison Ebit 60 is a popular low-cost portable ultrasound machine. We originally chose the EBit 60 for its price point and warranty. Since our initial evaluation, it has become a very popular ultrasound for mobile, venous, and general imaging purposes. The price-performance ratio vs. other new or refurbished ultrasound machines makes Chison’s Ebit 60 ultrasound machine a good choice.
There are few differences between the Chison EBit 50 vs. EBit 60. Talk to your Probo sales representative for which system best meets your needs.
The Chison EBit 60 is a lightweight and versatile machine. It offers cardiovascular, radiology, internal medicine, small parts, general imaging, vascular, intensive care, emergency, MSK, and Point of Care applications. The EBit 60 standout feature is its workflow features that allow for cardiovascular use that most other low-cost portable ultrasound machines do not offer.
Imaging Features Include:
Speckle Reduction Imaging
Automatic Image Optimization
4D Virtual HD
Active Probe Ports
MPPS, Print, Store, Structured Reports, Worklist
AVI, BMP, DICOM, Network Storage, USB
3D/4D, 4D Virtual HD (HDLive), Anatomical M-Mode, Auto Optimization, Color Doppler, Compound Imaging, DICOM, Directional Color Power Doppler, Elastography, HPRF, IMT, M-Mode, Needle Visualization, Panoramic, Power Doppler, PW Doppler, Speckle Reduction, Tissue Doppler, Tissue Harmonics
Max Cine Memory
"15"" High Resolution LED"
PC Export Formats
AVI, BMP, JPG
C3-e, L7-e, V6-e
100-240V, 50/60 Hz
Anesthesia, Cardiac, OB/GYN, Small Parts, Vascular
We worked very closely with Chison to help them develop a product that will provide the best price/performance shared ultrasound machine with significant cardiac imaging. For the price, performance, and reliability, the Chison EBit 60 and EBit 50 ultrasound machines provide a very good value in a portable ultrasound machine.
We performed side-by-side tests with Chison to get the best balance of workflow, image quality, and usability to satisfy our customers’ demands. In short, we were pleased with the results. We have many repeat buyers, specifically in the vein and mobile ultrasound market.
QBeam on the Chison EBit 60 is a quad-beam technology where the ultrasound doubles the amount of receive signals, which improves image quality and frame rates.
The XContrast software allows for three different one-touch settings of contrast resolution based on user preferences.
Superneedle is Chison’s needle visualization software for ultrasound-guided needle placement.
We’ve compared this side-by-side with many ultrasound machines, and we found the EBit 60 to be competitive with a BT09 GE Vivid i ultrasound machine. It outperformed all other portable cardiovascular ultrasound machines in its price range.
Chison has been in the USA for many years now, and sells equipment in more than 160 countries worldwide.
You can find the Chison EBit 60 brochure below. Probo Medical has a large inventory of owner’s manuals and brochures, contact us today for more information.
Part 1 of our Chison EBit 60 training system gives a system overview to help you understand how it’s setup, how it works, and what you’ll need to know in order to take advantage of subsequent training videos on this popular Chison ultrasound machine.
The Chison EBit 60 offers many technologies and options for various imaging modes, and optimizing your image. Learn how to perform 2D imaging with the Ebit 60 as well as optimize the image, save to the hard drive, and create your own set of optimized imaging parameters in this part of our training series.
Learn how to properly use Doppler, M-Mode, calculations and reports on the EBit 60. There is key information in this portion of the training regarding using calculations in Doppler modes. The EBit 60 allows you to easily change the measurement methods, and will save your preferences so you don’t have the make the changes each time you scan.
Learn how to export images after reviewing a current or previous exam. DICOM is covered in a portion of this training, but you’ll want to review Part 5 for a full rundown on how to set up DICOM. In this video, you’ll learn how to review images from a current or past exam, delete images, and export to USB or over a network.