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DISCONTINUED PART

Below is a list of discontinued parts that we have in stock that are no longer available from the factory.  All parts are avaiable on a first come first serve basis.  Once these items are sold, we will no longer be able to obtain these components.  The list is updated as the items sell.

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DOPPLER SERVICE BLOGS

BUYING A DOPPLER - RECHARGEABLE VS ALKALINE
When purchasing a new doppler, there are several choices to be made, some that are preferences and others that are more technical. One of these choices is the battery power. Which is the better option for you?  Having sold and serviced dopplers for over 25 years, I have seen the benefit of both options. Still, I would recommend the Alkaline battery option over the rechargeable version for ...
BUYING A DOPPLER - RECHARGEABLE VS ALKALINE
DOPPLER DUNKING
Dopplers are often used in wet environments, especially obstetrical models, when the mothers are in the showers or whirlpool tubs.  The only trouble is, the only part of the doppler that is truly waterproof is the probe and cable, while the main unit is not.  Dopplers are often damaged due to the submersion of the non-waterproof parts and sometimes just by condensation. Like all...
DOPPLER DUNKING
THE ANATOMY OF AN ELITE DOPPLER PROBE
The Elite doppler probe is comprised of four parts and a single screw to hold it together. The Elite doppler is a popular model with many obstetrical and vascular clinicians, and from time to time, you may require technical service. If your probe is under warranty, it should be sent to the factory for an OEM repair as opening the device up will void the warranty. If your probe is out of w...
THE ANATOMY OF AN ELITE DOPPLER PROBE
HOW TO TROUBLE SHOOT ANY DOPPLER
Hand-held dopplers are delicate instruments in a high-paced environment, and it is a commonplace to have these devices in the repair department due to some form of damage or failure. The key to troubleshooting a broken doppler is to isolate the problem to the components affected, and this is more simple than you might think.  A doppler is made up of only a few components, many of whi...
HOW TO TROUBLE SHOOT ANY DOPPLER