BCF Technology has announced image quality improvements to its popular Easi-Scan bovine ultrasound scanner and additions to its BUGs range of viewing devices.
Diagnostic imaging company BCF Technology has announced image quality improvements to its popular Easi-Scan bovine ultrasound scanner and additions to its BUGs range of viewing devices.
The BUGs (BCF Universal Goggles) family has also expanded, with a new LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) variety and also a monocular version. The New LCD version provides a softer, more familiar image and considerably lower price.
The original version using OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology is still available. For the small percentage of people that struggle to see a single image in a binocular style goggle, the company has created OLED monocular variety.
The BCF goggles allow improved ultrasound image viewing, increased safety with excellent peripheral vision and are comfortable when wearing for long periods.
John Dawson from the Willows Veterinary Group in Cheshire said: “The LCD BUG has a softer image which I prefer. They give more differentiation of echogenic grading allowing more detail to be seen. When I first used them I thought they were going to be more expensive, but to get a better image at a lower price I was astonished.”
Gavin Mitchell from BCF said: “These new product developments for Easi-Scan and BUGs are a great illustration of how we are committed to responding to our customers’ feedback, opinions and recommendations. BCF design and develop and manufacture our own equipment. It is so important to continually work closely with our customers, to continue to create world-leading ultrasound equipment.”
For more information visit www.bcftechnology.com