FarmScan M30 Veterinary Full-Digital Swine, Ovine Ultrasound Scanner, VF104-30

FarmScan M30 Veterinary Full-Digital Swine, Ovine Ultrasound Scanner, VF104-30Full-digital swine, ovine ultrasound scanner. Accurate reproductive diagnosis on the farm

FarmScan M30 is small in size but big in functionality and features. Modern hand-held designed exclusively for
veterinary practitioners, who need an economic and simple ultrasound for the purpose of swine and ovine pregnancy


  • Highly cost effective device
  • Quick and accurate measurements with digital technology
  • Easy to use, learn, and teach
  • Precision aiming ability via ergonomically designed console and probe
  • Easy-to-use, handheld probe
  • Color LCD screen for easy reading
  • Brightness controls
  • Portable, reliable and durable design
  • Two batteries provided for continuous use
  • Two-year warranty

Advance Features

  • 14 hours of continuous operation
  • Lightweight: 325g
  • Advanced full digital core technology to obtain high quality images, ensures an accurate pregnancy check at early stages
  • 128 frames of permanent storage, without loss of images when powered off
  • Simple, yet very reliable and resistant, suitable for breeding farms
  • Waterproof and dustproof detachable probe, can be easily cleaned off with water


  • Monitor: 3.8 inches TFT LCD
  • Display modes: B, M mode
  • Display Depth: ≥190mm, multi-steps
  • Gray Scale: 256
  • Scanning angel: 90º
  • Operating time: 7 hours of continuous operation
  • Net weight: 0.3kg
  • Image storage capacity: 128 images
  • Dimension: (L) 24cm X (W) 12cm X (W) 5cm
  • Penetration range: 18cm, 16cm, 15cm, 14cm, 13cm, 12cm, 11cm, 10cm, 9cm
  • Operation time: 7 hours
  • Probe frequency: 2.5 / 3.5 / 5.0 MHz

What’s Included:

  • FarmScan M30 machine
  • Abdominal mechanical sector probe
  • Li-on high power battery capacity (7 hours)
  • Battery charger (AC110V~250V, 50/60Hz)
  • Neck strap and hand strap
  • Aluminum alloy carry case
  • User guide


  • Small livestock, pig, sheep, dog, cat, etc.
  • Early diagnosis in pigs on the 19th day, and sheep on the 25th day