Swine backfat scanner Duo-Scan:Go Plus
for sheepwireless

swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
swine backfat scanner
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Characteristics

Type of animal
for swine, for sheep
Other characteristics
wireless

Description

An ergonomic, all-in-one wireless probe, the Duo-Scan:Go sets a new standard in livestock scanning. The Duo-Scan:Go was the world’s first wireless ultrasound scanner designed for pigs, sheep and goats. The scanner was designed from the ground up to meet livestock scanning requirements, creating fast, accurate, easy-to-share images and data. Fully sealed, waterproof unit allowing for high standards of biosecurity on farm 64 element probe Ultrasound image displays on any smart phone or tablet Simple and intuitive to use Ergonomically designed for optimum probe positioning Image storage - Clips storage - Dust and splash proof - Frequency - 3 MHz - 6 MHz Frame rate - up to 20 frames/second Field of view - 60mm radius over 60 degrees Image storage size - Limited only by space available on smart device Weight - 0.6 lbs The Duo-Scan:Go is compatible with our head-mounted viewing devices, BUG-OLED:Go and BUG-VGA:Go. The Duo-Scan:Go also comes with a Quad-Lock wrist mount for secure attachment of your phone to view the ultrasound image.

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