How it works The Sonostar wireless probe is a mini ultrasound scanner without a screen. We minimize the components of a traditional ultrasound into a small circuit board built into the probe, and showing image in smart phone/tablet through Wifi transferring. image can both show in screen and tablet.Image transferring through internal wifi from probe, no need external Wifi signal.
Advantage - Only one probe, convenient for carry
- Wireless, convenient for operation
- 4D array scan, very clear image
- High accurate (5% inaccuracies)
- High speed on scan and process (2s)
- Without distortion of mechanical scanning
- More advanced algorithm, more powerful bladder wall recognition technology(High recognition
rate for the bladder wall with air), more accurate contour technology, higher accuracy of
the probe makes scanning results more accurate.
- New algorithm, the measurement results are not subject to the bladder shape and size.
No need to select Gender, Age group and no need to consider special cases such as the effect
of hysterectomy on the measurement results. Good compatibility for different bladders, no
Ubstantial error when measuring small volume or special shape bladders, easier to operate
- High precision rotary encoder, precise positioning, never need to calibration.
- Waterproof probe
1. Scan mode: array probe, 4D scan;
2. Supporting system: Apple iOS;
3. Measuring range: 10ml ~ 2000ml;
4. Automatic measurement inaccuracies: <5%;
5. Scan and process<2 seconds;
6. Scanned image display frame: 10 frames / seconds;
7. Case Storage: by tablet or mobile phone;
8. Printing: external wireless thermal printer;
9. Battery: Built-in battery, charge one time can work on more than 200 patients;
10. Power: Wireless charge or by USB cable charge;
11. Dimension: 180mm (length) × 60mm (width) × 60mm (thickness);
12. Weight: 420g.
13.Battery working time: 3 hours(according to whether keep scan)
14.Battery charge: by USB charge or wireless charge, take 2 hours
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