Wifi Color Transvaginal Ultrasound Scanner, 4 – 9 MHz 128 Elements, SIFULTRAS-1.3
As small as an Iphone, SIFULTRAS-1.3 packs stunning technologies and innovations to offer convenient imaging whenever and wherever needed.SIFULTRAS-1.3 can be widely used in obstetrics and gynecology.
As well, it plays more and more important roles for improving point-of-care, clinical diagnostic methods and efficiency of clinic diagnosis, due to its innovation features like WiFi connection (3G/4G/Wifi), full touch screen and easy-to-use interface for non-radiologist usage, online and offline on-device technical training as well as remote cloud support for reading ultrasound image and guidance for operation.
What Feature of This WiFi Transvaginal Probe Ultrasound Scanner?
· The world first pocket medical smart ultrasound scanner with high speed cellular and Wifi data communication capability.
· Clear and rapid imaging for intervention guidance.
· Special designed full touch UI for each individual application and easy to operation without special training.
· Automatically syncing data to private cloud for telemedicine and mobile telemedicine.
· Android sw operation system to make the applications easy for extendable.
· Enables ultrasound whenever and wherever necessary.
Specifications of WiFi Transvaginal Probe Ultrasound Scanner, SIFULTRAS-1.3:
Gain control: Touch screen gesture and physical buttons
Image processing: wavelet filter, pseudo color, image smoothing and frame correlation
Measurement: Depth, length and area
Image storage: Jpeg, Dicom
Device Electrical and Mechanical Spec
CPU: 1.2GHz Quad-core Cotex A9
OS: Android 4.3
Display: 6.0 inch with 720*1280 resolution
Touch screen: Capacitive TP
Camera: 5M pixels
Memory: 1/2GB LPDDR2 + 8/16/32GB Flash
Cellular Network: Optional (3G/4G)
Connectivity: BT 3.0 EDR, WiFi & WAPI, GPS&AGPS
Radio: Stereo FM radio
Interface: Micro USB 2.0 HS (w/ charging), 3.5mm audio jack
Sensor: Accelerometer, P/L sensor, E-compass, Gyroscope
Keypad: Power, Freeze and Gain +/-
Battery: 5000mAh, up to 3 hours ultrasound continuous scans