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Tecnoscan SR-1C Wi-Fi rectal probe
After 4 years working with Wi-Fi probes for other species, we are launching to market a new WiFi probe for reproductive diagnosis in bovine and equine species.
Tecnoscan SV-2 Wi-Fi probe
After years of research and development, nearly three years ago, at last, the first Wi-Fi probe was launched in the market for the reproductive diagnosis of pigs, sheep and goats. It was the SV-1.
Now we are starting the second generation. The SV-2 has major improvements in terms of battery life, reaching 5 hours of continuous work, and greater resistibility.More info
Tecnoscan SF-1 Wi-Fi back fat probe
Now that wireless technology has been developed for sector probes, this same principle has been applied to the linear probe that we use for measuring back fat and loin depths.
Although we are essentially still scanning the animal to determine its back fat and loin diameter, the possibility of using Wi-Fi and seeing the image in mobile devices or tablets opens up a world of possibilities for seeing, sharing and extracting information from devices which have been designed for this.More info
Tecnoscan SU-2 Wi-Fi back fat loin probe
In line with the reference wireless probes, a new probe has been developed to measure the back fat thickness and the loin perimeter and area.More info
Unlike its smaller sister, the SF-1 fat and loin probe, this one is longer (18 cm.), so it can cover the entire loin eye area, thus measuring the loin perimeter and area.
Tecnoscan SS-1S Wi-Fi convex probe
The SS-1S probe is the latest generation in Wi-Fi probes. It is a convex probe with a high quality image for the reproductive diagnosis of pigs, sheep and goats.
Unlike the sector probes, the electronic probes such as this convex one provide a higher quality image. This enables us to be more precise in the diagnosis, especially in sheep and goats, whose embryonic vesicles are seen very small and superficial when there are few days in the gestation diagnosis.More info