Ovi-Scan provides a fast and accurate sheep pregnancy detection method.
• Small and compact sheep ultrasound with high quality screen
• Unique 170° view allowing a larger and deeper view
• Multiple frequency settings allowing visibility 12.5 inches deep
• Customizable veterinary ultrasound with several viewing, probe, and battery options
Keep track of your lambing percentage and reproduction rates while you scan with the tally counter. It connects to your Ovi-Scan ultrasound scanner and with only 4 buttons you can count the number of sheep and lambs. It then calculates your lambing percentage for one or multiple flocks. You can also program it to operate your pneumatic gates.
The gel feed bottle is used with the axial sheep probe. It supplies constant lubrication to the ultrasound probe head so you maintain good contact with the animal.
The combination of ultrasound scanner and the RFID Panel allows the user to enter tally and lambing data for each sheep. This data is stored in the panel reader, along with the associated Tag ID number.
You can power your Ovi-Scan sheep ultrasound scanner from your car with the DC lead cable. The cable is approximately 30 feet long and plugs into your car outlet.
The Ovi-Scan carry bag keeps you organized. It keeps all your scanning equipment in one place and portable. The carry bag is durable and easy to clean.
Duo-Scan’s 12V batteries clip to the bottom of your ultrasound scanner. It will last up to five hours in continuous use. With these portable batteries you will easily get through a full day of scanning hassle-free. Batteries are charged with a Duo-Scan battery charger.
The Duo-Scan back pack allows you to stay portable and move freely. Your ultrasound scanner is held safely and securely on your back.
The mains adaptor clips to your Duo-Scan in place of a battery. It allows you to power your ultrasound machine through a standard wall outlet. The mains adaptor is great for scanning chute side or any stationary location without having to worry about battery life.
See the ultrasound image in front of your eyes and stay safe by keeping your peripheral vision.
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