SONON 300L & 300C

 

Carry it everywhere

With our wireless technology, any urgent or life-threatening situations can be easily accessed as the transducer itself works as a Wi-Fi transmitter, in emergency or operation rooms or even in far places, internet and stable power supplies are not necessary. With its light-weight, now it is possible to access efficiently, to make diagnoses like open book.

Telemedicine

Our SONON made huge forward steps in Medical administration, education and consultation, rather than its initial purpose, providing healthcare to locally or timely far patients.

Calling for Assistance!

In emergencies such as internal bleedings or pregnancy check-ups, SONON can share images (JPEG and DICOM) and video (MPEG4) to others and even between hospitals for assistance, using any network, Wi-Fi, 3G or LTE.



Scan where ever you go

SONON with its perfect size, fits right in your hand, pocket or bag, with just over 300g.

Wireless Connectivity

SONON works without wires, so just carry and connect with iOS or Android systems.



Compatible with PACS

By supporting DICOM, store and manage or even transfer images securely through PACS server.

Long Battery life time

 With 12 hours of standby mode or up to 3 hours of continuous scanning, SONON has one of the longest battery time between the handheld ultrasound devices.



PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Linear (300L)
  • Frequency: 5, 7.5 and 10MHz
  • Max. Depth: 10cm
  • Imaging Mode: B Mode / Color Mode
  • Weight: 370g with Battery
  • Dimensions: 78 x 229 x 38mm
  • Field of View: 4cm
Convex (300C)
  • Frequency: 3.5 MHz only
  • Max. Depth: 20cm
  • Imaging Mode: B Mode
  • Weight: 390g with Battery
  • Dimensions: 78 x 219 x 38mm
  • Field of View: 58.2º

Battery Linear (300L)

  • Type: Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
  • Capacity: 2600 mAh
  • Charging Time: 3Hours (Full)
  • Using Time: 3 Hours (scan), 12 Hours (stand-by)

Battery Convex (300C)

  • Type: Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
  • Capacity: 2600 mAh
  • Charging Time: 3Hours (Full)
  • Using Time: 3 Hours (scan), 12 Hours (stand-by)