GE Logiq P5 Premium Applications Training
Our on-staff sonographer can provide onsite applications training at a set price plus travel costs.
Service Options for the GE Logiq P5
Free technical support is available from Ultrasound Supply during installation and over the course of the standard limited warranty. Technical support is available after the warranty period at an hourly cost per issue.
GE Logiq P5 Maintenance Requirements
Ultrasound Supply recommends the use of a surge protector along with a dedicated power outlet. Probes should be disinfected after every use with a disinfectant wipe proven not to damage the lens.
Dimensions and Weight of the GE Logiq P5 Premium
Height: (adjustable, maximum) 1410 mm (55.5 in)
Width: 430 mm (16.9 in)
Depth: 640 mm (25.2 in)
Weight: 75 kg (165 lb), approx 325 lbs with packaging
GE Logiq P5 Ultrasound Specifications
2,560 processing channels
Frame Rate: >700 depending on preset
Displayed Imaging Depth: 0 – 30 cm
Minimum Depth of Field: 0 – 2 cm (probe dependent)
Maximum Depth of Field: 0 – 30 cm (probe dependent)
Up to 197 dB processing dynamic range
GE Logiq P5 Electrical Setup
Voltage 100-120 VAC or 220-240 VAC
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Power Max. 750 VA with Built-in and on-board Peripherals
Thermal Output (maximum) 2200 BTU/h
GE Logiq P5 Ultrasound Revisions: BT11 to BT06
GE first launched the Logiq P5 in 2006. That first version was designated as BT06. “BT” is an abbreviation of “Break Through” and the number designates the year in which this version was launched. So the GE Logiq P5 premium BT08 was launched in 2008 and was in production till the next version in 2009, the Logiq P5 premium BT09. BT08 and BT09 added CrossXBeam and SRI as standard features and gave access to the 11L linear and E8CS endocavitary probes
In 2011, the Logiq P5 premium BT11 version was released and this is the latest version and is still in production in 2016. BT11 added support for the newer 3Sp adult cardiac sector probe, the 5Sp pediatric cardiac probe, and the 4D8c 4D micro convex probe. New options for Elastography, TVI, Stress Echo, Auto IMT, and SRI-HD were added. The Logiq P5 has always been a reliable ultrasound system, but the BT11 revision is especially stable because of its long 5-year history without the need for any further revisions! All this while the Logiq P5 premium became the #1 best selling GE ultrasound unit in production.
GE Logiq P5 Premium vs. GE Logiq P5 Pro
The GE Logiq P5 was launched in 2006 and was not labeled as different “Pro” and “Expert” versions like the earlier Logiq 5 had been. There was an optional “premium package” offered with the Logiq P5 BT06 that included CrossXBeam and SRI. With the BT09 version that premium package became part of the standard features and the Logiq P5 was renamed the Logiq P5 premium. This continued in the BT11 version.
GE Logiq P5 vs. GE Logiq A5
The GE Logiq A5 is a version of the Logiq P5 with black and white imaging only, without Doppler. This version can be upgraded via hardware and software to a full Logiq P5 though it is costly and rarely done.
Quick Comparison: GE Logiq P5 Premium vs. Logiq P5 vs. Logiq A5
Logiq P5 Premium: Monitor with articulating arm + 3 active probe ports + CrossXBeam & SRI
Logiq P5: Tilt/swivel monitor + 2 active probe ports + (limited with basic options)
Logiq A5: Black and white tilt/swivel monitor + 2 active probe ports + (No Doppler)
All Revisions of the GE Logiq P5 Ultrasound Machine
GE Logiq P5 (BT06)
GE Logiq P5 (BT08)
GE Logiq P5 premium (BT09)
GE Logiq P5 premium (BT11)
Popular Configurations of the GE Logiq P5 Premium
GE Logiq P5 Premium (BT11) with 3 transducers
This is a General imaging (GI) and Women’s health configuration
GE Logiq P5 premium (BT11) with 2 transducers
This is a 3D/4D OB/GYN configuration
GE Logiq P5 Premium (BT11) with 2 transducers
This is a Cardio/Vascular configuration
All GE Logiq P5 Probes and Transducers
Neonatal Microconvex 8C [ 4 – 11 MHz ] 128 elements, 11 mmR
Advanced GE Logiq P5 Probes
The Logiq P5 premium supports a far larger variety of transducer options than any other ultrasound machine in it’s price range. Typically economical ultrasound machines only offer 4-6 probe choices. The Logiq P5 premium has 29 compatible GE transducer choices! This includes three mechanical 4D probes.
The Logiq P5 premium is great for Pediatric scanning: The GE 4D8C 4D microconvex is unique in this price range and the GE 8C Neonatal microconvex has a tiny 11mm scan head ! Pediatric cardiologists will appreciate 2 pediatric sector probe options, the GE 7S and GE 5Sp.
The Logiq P5 premium offers unusually broad choices for Urologists as well with two biplane endocavitary probe options ; the GE BE9CS and GE ERB. Biplane probes are able to scan in the X and Y axis without moving the probe.
The GE Logiq P5 has three compatible intraoperative linear probes that are super compact for use where a typical linear probe would not fit.
Cardiologists will appreciate the 5 sector probes and two non-imaging pencil probes used for listening to the heart and graphing the sound.
Popular GE Logiq P5 Transducers
The GE 4C convex is a second-generation transducer for the Logiq P5 that offers the best penetration and widest scanning field at a good price. The GE 11L linear transducer offers a high frequency that makes it good at MSK imaging while still functioning within the needed range for vascular work. The GE E8C is the most popular and least expensive endocavitary probe for the Logiq P5. The GE 3Sp adult cardiac probe offers a wide scanning range for a variety of patient types at an affordable price.
GE Ultrasound Machines Similar to the GE Logiq P5
The Logiq P5 premium is the successor to the older Logiq 5 pro and expert. The “P” in the Logiq P5 name stands for the “performance” series. The Logiq P3, P5, and P6 are all part of this same GE product family. The Logiq P3 is an economy system below it in price and features while the Logiq P6 is a midrange ultrasound machine very similar in look and features to the Logiq P5 but with greater power and a couple more probe options. The Logiq F8 is a newer design that is very similar in image quality and price to the Logiq P5 premium but that has a different focus. The Logiq F8 offers a larger monitor and a touchscreen but has a much narrower focus of applications and smaller selection of transducers.
Quick Comparison of the GE Logiq “P” Series
Logiq P3: 15” fixed monitor – smallest size – lower image quality – few probes
Logiq P5: 15” monitor with articulating arm – 4D option – 29 probe options
Logiq P6: 17” monitor with articulating arm – more channels/image quality – Matrix linear probe
Logiq P5 Competitors from Other Ultrasound Brands
The Philips ClearVue 550 is similar to the Logiq P5 in price but has a much more general focus and does not offer 4D or any of the specialty probes though general cardiac imaging is much better. The Siemens X300 has a similar price and a wide focus of applications but becomes more expensive for the options like 4D and cardiac than a similarly equipped Logiq P5. The Samsung R7 also competes with the Logiq P5 premium and has inexpensive 4D but no cardiac support as it focuses mainly on women’s health and general imaging.
GE Logiq P5 Premium Standard Features
These features are standard on the Logiq P5 BT11 version.
15” TFT LCD monitor with Flexible Monitor Arm
Automatic Tissue Optimization (ATO)
Auto Color Optimization (ACO)
Auto Spectrum Optimization (ASO)
Coded Harmonic Imaging
Coded Excitation (CE)
Directional Power Doppler Imaging
High Pulse Repetition Frequency (HPRF)
Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI)
Hard Disk partition of 50GB for image storage
CINE Memory Frames (60 sec) (192MB) >1000 depending on the probe, imaging depth, line density and field of view
Real-time Triplex Mode at any Depth and PRF
Patient Information Database
Image Archive on Hard Drive and DVD
Easy Backup for Media
Multi Gestational Calculations
Hip Dysplasia Calculations
Real-time automatic Doppler calculations
TruAccess, Raw Data Processing
Wide Field of View on convex
Simultaneous Display on BE9CS probe
Virtual Convex with X-Beam
GE Logiq P5 Premium Technology Definitions
Coded Harmonic Imaging: An advanced version of THI or Tissue Harmonic Imaging on the Logiq P5 that improves overall image quality.
Coded Excitation (CE): This Logiq P5 premium feature improves image resolution and penetration in the far field. This allows the use of higher frequencies on technically difficult patients.
Virtual Convex: A feature on the GE Logiq P5 that provides a Convex Field of View for Convex, Linear and Sector probes.
Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI): A technology on the Logiq P5 used to reduce the graininess of B-mode images.
Automatic Tissue Optimization (ATO): Automated adjustments on the Logiq P5 to the TGC levels to improve image quality in grayscale imaging.
Auto Color Optimization (ACO): This feature automatically adjusts color gain to improve image quality while using Doppler imaging on the Logiq P5.
Auto Spectrum Optimization (ASO): Automated adjustments on the Logiq P5 to improve the accuracy of grayscale waveform information displayed in Spectral Doppler.
Crossbeam: A GE Spatial compounding technology that minimizes temporal image artifacts in the Logiq P5’s image.
Accessories for the GE Logiq P5
Sony UPD-897MD digital black and white thermal printer
Sony UPD-898MD digital black and white thermal printer
Sony UPX-898MD digital black and white thermal printer
Sony UPD-25MD digital color thermal printer
Mitsubishi P95DW digital black and white thermal printer
Mitsubishi CP30DW digital color thermal printer
Sony DVO-1000 DVD recorder
CIVCO disposable biopsy guides (for Convex, Linear and Endo-cavity transducers)
Logiq P5 Supplies
Aquasonic ultrasound gel
Sono ultrasound wipes
Sony UPP-110HG thermal printing paper
Sony UPC-21L color thermal printing pack
Mitsubishi CK30L printing paper
Mitsubishi K95HG high gloss thermal printing paper
Logiq P5 Ports
3 active transducer ports
1 inactive parking port
Wireless Network interface (USB) (Option)
USB (6x external)
S-Video Out 2 (VTR)
S-Video In (VTR)
Audio Out (Left and right channels)
Audio In (Left and right channels)
USB (5x internal)
RS 232: Optional, USB to RS232 converter
GE Logiq P5 Standard Imaging Modes
Color Flow Mode (CFM)
Power Doppler Imaging (PDI) with Directional Map
PW Doppler with High PRF
Optional Logiq P5 Imaging Modes
Steered CW Doppler
Coded Contrast Imaging
4D Volume Mode
GE Logiq P5 Applications
Applications or Apps are the types of exams or studies that an ultrasound machine can do. More than this if an ultrasound machine supports a specific application it will have calculations, measurement and reporting software included to support those apps and make them useful in a clinical environment.
The GE Logiq P5 premium offers a wider selection of apps than any other ultrasound machine at this price point. The Logiq P5 also offers a huge variety of compatible transducers that not only support each of these apps but also give users multiple choices.
Small Parts and Superficial
Optional GE Logiq P5 Ultrasound Applications
Pediatric and Neonatal