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Standard and Auto-Gain
Three types of menus define each of them:

  Main menu, Sub-menu and Measurement menu.​

Scanning modes

Auto-Gain saved image

Standard saved image

​Standard mode:​​​
- All functions are available in Live and/or in

  Freeze through simple colour menus.
- User settings can be saved.
- Each probe types setting can be saved.​

​Auto-Gain mode:​​
The scanner automatically adjusts the real time image to

  certain pre-set parameters per animal type. This always

  gives the same image setting independently of the scanner

  user, permitting consistency in the measurement options.
- Preset settings:  Gain, slope, depth, grey map and probe

- Probe calibration can be done and saved.​

​- On screen measurements report.

Standard mode display

Auto-Gain mode display



​  - Standard scanner kit 

  - Cine loop, 31 frames

  - 7000 images saving storage
  - USB interface​​, allows for plug-in

    and wireless addons
  - Scan modes​
  - Recall saved images for

  - Macro function for measurement
  - Animal identification, ID

  - Animal type selection
  - IMF:  Intramuscular fat measure
  - Multi-frequency sector probes
  - Software upgrades via email
  - Display interactive colour menus
  - On screen measurements report
  - Detacheable probes
  - Harness fully adjustable and

  - Removable, washable air filter
  - Transfer images to PC via USB
  - Automatic boundary detection
  - On screen functions description
  - Single board 500MHz computer​
  - Large 6.4” LCD, TFT display
  - Lightweight – 3.4 pounds with

  - Indestructible case​
  - One-piece electronic keypad with
    8 controls buttons

  - Gain, slope and frequency

  - All functions description
  - Three grey scales selection
  - Automatic preset measurements
  - Automatic image adjustment
  - Special width measurement

  - Can do 7 measurements in one

  - Operating time of continuous use
  - Removable ‘’AA’’ battery
  - External battery pack
  - Automatic image adjustment for
    measurements (Auto-gain)​

  - Save user setting per each type
    of probe and animal type

 - Four scanning depths per probes

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