• ExaPad - Equine
  • Back scanning
  • Portable ExaPad
  • ExaPad in use
  • Equine image of repro ovary using ExaPad mini
  • Equine image of repro pregnancy 16mm using ExaPad mini
  • Equine image of repro uterus with air in lumen using ExaPad mini
  • Small animal image of kidney using ExaPad
  • Small animal image of liver and gall bladder using ExaPad
  • Small animal image of spleen using ExaPad
  • Small animal image of stomach using ExaPad
  • Small animal image of MSK longitudinal using ExaPad
  • Small animal image of MSK transverse using ExaPad

ExaPad and ExaPad mini veterinary ultrasound scanner

One scanner, endless possibilities

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One scanner, endless possibilities. 

The ExaPad and ExaPad Mini are fully robust ultrasound systems that have been designed, developed and manufactured specifically for the veterinarian, suitable for Equine and mixed practice.

Portability, great battery life, long cable length and ExaPad's two probe connectors all contribute to moving around the stable or practice and between clinical applications with ease.

The ExaPad range can be used for musculoskeletal, abdominal, reproductive and cardiac imaging. The streamlined interface allows for easy annotation of images and the ability to perform detailed measurements. Patient files and reports can be generated, and a pdf output of the report provided. Patient files, reports, annotations and specific measurements are all adapted to veterinary work. 

Thanks to the new interface system EchoTouch, only the necessary functions are present on the screen, making the work of the user faster and more efficient. The advanced settings remain of simple access as well. The embedded software, EchoVoice gives you a voice control over the main functions of the scanner, allowing you to work with a complete autonomy, even when you are further away from the device. With EchoPad app installed on your iPad, you have access to a second command board for your ExaPad. You can then pilot your ultrasound scanner remotely. Your own presets, saved in your iPad can be used in the ExaPad. 

The EchoPad functionality also allows for peer review as the same image can be viewed by another person in a different location. 

Additional Details


  • What do the power lights mean?

    • Green: system is powered on
    • Yellow: System is charging
    • Blue: Computer working (blinking)
  • Your ultrasound scanner did not start and displays a blue recovery screen

    Contact your local dealer to ask if the system needs to be returned for service. In most cases, just a reboot will be enough to restart your ultrasound system.
    - Switch the system off with the back switch
    - Plug the system to an electric plug
    - Wait for 5 minutes
    - Restart the scanner, the scanner will take longer than usual to start.

    *For this not to happen, make sure you switch off the device with the front switch, higher left corner.

  • The scanner won’t switch on

    Make sure the battery is charged. Plug the scanner to an electrical outlet and check if the yellow light is on. If they yellow light does not turn on, then your device is not charging and your battery may be empty, in this case, your power supply may have a problem.
    Remove the battery, plug the charger and see if the device starts without the battery. If it does, then your battery may be defective.

  • You have difficulties to perform an upgrade

    Make sure the USB key provided for the upgrade is well connected to the scanner
    To make sure the USB key is well recognized by the device go to the Export section and check if your USB key is visible in the under the “export to” tab.

    Make sure the directory contained on the USB key is called: UPGRADE_96CX, if not, the Exapad will not recognize the USB key as an upgrade key.

  • Your patients have disappeared from your patient list

    No Worries! , your patients and images are not lost, if this happens, please contact your local dealer, we will explain how to run a little program on your ultrasound device that will retrieve all your patients and put them back in the patient list.

  • You have vertical lines on your ultrasound image

    Vertical lines can be caused by different things:

    - Broken crystals on the lens of your probe
    - Cut wire inside the probe cable
    - Dirty probe connector
    - Bent connector cam (on the probe)
    - Bent pins on the connector (on the device)

    There is not much that can be done with the first two items, however most of the time, vertical lines are due to a bad connection between the probe connector and the device. So, make sure the connector is clean on both sides (probe and device), that the connector cam on the probe is not bent, and that the pins on the device’s side are not bent.

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