Sonomed Video Printer Paper / Ultrasound Paper

Our Standard, High density and High glossy ultrasound papers deliver crisp, clear hi-res printings that are comparable to Sony and Mitsubishi ultrasound papers such as the UPP-110S, UPP-110HD, UPP-110HG and can be used compatibly with Sony and Mitsubishi video printers.


  • 80gsm paper thickness
  • Different paper width (110mm / 210mm)
  • Various thermal paper grades (Standard, High Density, High Glossy)
  • Standard grade (SM110S) — optimal grayscale
  • High density grade (SM110HD) — dark and intense image printouts
  • High glossy grade (SM110HG) — distinctive brand identity and protection against counterfeit products, scratch resistant and water resistant
  • Suitable for use on Sony & Mitsubishi video printers

Sonomed’s Video Printer Paper (VPP) performs consistently and comparably with the market’s leading VPP brands. To see how well Sonomed performs alongside with other brand, please view the video below:

The correct brightness and contrast settings on your printer will give you optimally vivid printings. To learn how to adjust your printer settings to your preference and how it can affect your printout density, please view the video below:

Common Specifications:

SONOMED® CODE (Paper Size) PACKING Compatible With SONY Compatible With Mitsubishi
SM110S (110mm x 20m)
Standard Density B/W Image
5 / 10 ROLLS UPP-110S KP-61B
SM110HD (110mm x 20m)
High Density B/W Image
5 / 10 ROLLS UPP-110HD KP-65H
SM110HG (110mm x 18m)
High Glossy B/W Image
5 / 10 ROLLS UPP-110HG KP-91GH
SM210S (210mm x 25m)
Standard Density B/W Image
SM210HD (210mm x 25m)
High Density B/W Image
SM210HG (210mm x 25m)
High Glossy B/W Image
SM84S (84mm x 13.5m)
Standard Density B/W Image
SM84HG (84mm x 12.5m)
High Glossy B/W Image


User Manual Guide:

Video 1: Image Comparison for Premium Grade vs Sonomed

Video 2: How Contrast & Brightness Will Affect Image Print Out

Step 1: Prepare a reference sample using the original paper.

Step 2: Insert SONOMED paper into printer to do a test print.

Step 3: Adjust brightness levels between 12 o’clock & 2 o’clock positions. Print test copy & compare to original until test copy matches the original. To fine tune, adjust the contrast levels.