At ERI, we carry an extensive range of color print packs for your Sony and Mitsubishi ultrasound printers. We understand how important the health of your equipment is to ensure you can smoothly take care of your patients. That's why you can rest assured that we offer only the best options for your ultrasound printer.
Sony Color Ultrasound Paper
All of our Sony color print packs include paper in the form of rolls or sheets (depending on the model of your printer) and enough ink ribbons to use all the included ultrasound color paper. The range we offer covers your Sony printers using A4, A5, A6, and A7 paper format:
SonyUPC-21L (A6) and UPC-21S (A7) are designed to work with the following Sony color printers: UP-25MD, UP-D25MD, UP-20/21MD, UP-D23MD, and UP-27MD.
Sony UPC-55(A5)is compatible with the UP-55MD and the UP-D55 Sony color printers.
Sony UPC-510 (A5) is compatible with the UP-50, the UP-D50, and the UP-51MD Sony color printers.
Sony UPC-R81MD(A4) is a self-laminated color print pack built for the UP-DR80MD Sony color printer.
Mitsubishi Color Ultrasound Paper
We currently offer two solutions for your Mitsubishi color printers. The first one is the CK30L, a color print pack including color paper and ink cartridge that will deliver 200 prints, compatible with the CP-30DW, CP-30W, and CP-31W series Mitsubishi color printers. The other solution is a combination of ultrasound color printer paper (CK700) and color ink ribbons (PK700L and PK700S) sold separately and engineered to be used with the CP-700DSU, CP-700DU, CP-700UM, CP-710U, CP-750U, and CP-770DW series Mitsubishi color printers.
ERI's pro tips for color print packs
Where should I store my unused print media?
Sony and Mitsubishi color print media are built to be resistant, but they shouldn’t be exposed to extreme conditions to ensure they preserve their quality over time. Your unused color print packs should always be stored in a dark location where the temperature is less than 30 °C (86°F).
How should I (and my patients) store printed media?
Properly storing printed media will prolong its lifetime. There are a few easy tips to follow to ensure you get the most out of your Sony and Mitsubishi color print media. As a matter of fact, Sony states that properly stored laminated ultrasound color print media (such as the UPC-R81MD) could last over 100 years!
The print should be stored in a room where the temperature is below 86°F (30 °C), and the relative humidity is under 60%
Avoid direct sunlight or artificial light by storing your print in a dark place
Note that your ultrasound color aper was printed using chemicals. Never put an organic solvent (like alcohol) on its surface
Do not rub the printed surface harshly
Do not cover the printed color paper with a commercially-available laminate