AX8 Vet

The Acclarix AX8 VET has been designed from the ground up with a relentless focus on delivering unexpected levels of innovation and performance at a price point that is equally surprising. With its extraordinary reliability and utility,AX8 VET providing unexpected image quality and efficiency workflow in versatile veterinary applications , loading with the advanced Acclarix platform, every veterinarian's individual request could be perfectly satisfied during daily scanning and diagnosis .
​Features and Benefits

Distinctive Design with Intrinsic Quality

         15'' HD LCD monitor reinforced with specially engineered glass
         Tilt-and-swivel monitor with 60°left/right swivel
         10” touch-screen with gesture-control user interface
         Additional 5” touch screen houses a virtual trackball
         Fully sealed control panel, with frequently used hard keys, aids in maintaining infection control
         Touch-sensor for rapid battery level check in two locations
         Removable lithium ion battery 

Innovative Imaging TechnologiesIntelligent Workflow

         Tissue Adaptive imaging
         Harmonic imaging
         Speckle reduction imaging 
         Spatial compound imaging
         Panoramic Imaging
         Needle visualization

         Virtual TGC adjustment 
         User-defined preset menu
         Gesture control user interface
         Detail/General/Penetration & High Flow/Medium Flow/Low Flow quick-sets
         Connectivity: DICOM, USB ports, Ethernet, video out, headphone and microphone jacks, PDF, AVI and BMP file export
         Standard 500 GB hard disk






Speckle Reduction Technology

Speckle reduction imaging uses real-time image processing to improve visualization of anatomy and pathology by reducing the speckle noise.   Edan's speckle noise reduction imaging technology uses an advanced multi-scale anisotropic filtering algorithm. This imaging technology is excellent at separating the noise regions from the diagnostic image allowing complex filtering to be performed differently on noise versus true anatomic information thus producing an enhanced image.





Spatial Compounding

Spatial Compounding combines several different component images to display an image with improved quality.  In addition to the image formed by transmitting ultrasonic waves directly away from the transducer, images are formed with waves that have been electronically steered at an angle away from the transducer.  Different degrees of steering can be used to produce multiple, different images.
The speckle in these component images will be different because of the electronic steering, but macroscopic variation – like the brightness variation caused by a liver lesion – will be shared between the component images.  By combining the images, the speckle noise is reduced while the image contrast is enhanced.



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