Try our wireless and durable small ruminant ultrasound, Duo-Scan:Go Plus, designed for pregnancy checks.
Duo-Scan:Go Plus is a wireless ultrasound scanner designed for small ruminants. The 64 crystal probe head creates a crisp image for easy pregnancy detection.
The Duo-Scan:Go Plus is lightweight, yet tough enough to deal with the challenges of the farm environment. The scanner is an all-in-one unit and has no connectors or apertures, which means it can be cleaned easily and safely to meet biosecurity standards.
As part of IMV imaging’s industry-leading:Go family of products, the wireless Duo-Scan:Go Plus incorporates a raft of innovations. Using our proprietary SoundLink™ technology, the Duo-Scan:Go Plus beams optimized images to any smart device, allowing operators to just switch on and scan. Our SmartBeam™ feature works to reduce image lag and overheating, and the high image quality makes it easy to determine non-pregnant uteruses. Information can be quickly uploaded via IMV imaging's ScanShare™ to a secure cloud database enabling instant access to vital data anywhere at any time. Batch results can be analyzed for more effective reporting, driving improvements for better production. Duo-Scan:Go Plus also has the standout feature of a 64 crystal probe, double that of the Duo-Scan:Go's 32 crystals. Double the crystals mean a better image quality and easier pregnancy detection.
EASE OF USE
Despite being packed with technology, the Duo-Scan:Go Plus remains simple and intuitive to use. It has been ergonomically designed including the position of the probe to make under-abdomen scanning easier for the operator. Being fully wireless, the Duo-Scan:Go Plus allows much more freedom of movement (and leaves no trailing wires for curious livestock to chew on). Additional accessories are also available to wrist mount allowing the operator to orientate their smart device vertically or horizontally on their wrist for optimal viewing.
Pair your Duo-Scan:Go Plus with the BUG-OLED:Go wireless goggles or any smart device to view the ultrasound image.
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