BioCon-1100 Bladder Scanner

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BioCon-1100 Bladder Scanner
Mcube Technology


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The BioCon-1100 is a state-of-the-art bladder scanner developed by Mcube Technology. This innovative device is designed to provide accurate, non-invasive measurements of bladder volume, aiding healthcare professionals in their diagnostic and treatment processes.


The BioCon-1100 Bladder Scanner is a non-diagnostic device that serves as a crucial measuring tool in medical settings. It is equipped with a 10.1" TFT-LCD display that offers wide SVGA resolution and supports 16.7 million colors, providing clear and detailed images for accurate analysis.

Accurate Measurements

The BioCon-1100 offers a bladder volume range of 0 to 999ml. Its accuracy is within ±7.5ml for volumes between 0-99ml and ±7.5% for volumes between 100-999ml, ensuring precise readings for effective patient care.

Quick Scanning

The device performs scans in approximately 2 seconds, allowing for efficient patient assessments and minimal discomfort.

Long-Term Service Life

With an expected service life of 7 years, the BioCon-1100 is a reliable and durable tool for any healthcare facility.

User-Friendly Interface

The BioCon-1100 features a Linux-based operating system, providing a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate and operate.


  • Bladder Volume Range: 0 to 999ml
  • Accuracy: 0-99ml±7.5ml, 100-999ml±7.5%
  • Scan Time: Approximately 2 seconds
  • Expected Service Life: 7 years
  • Ultrasound Probe: Transducer diameter: 14mm, Sector scan, 2.8/3.7MHz dual frequency, B mode scan image, Scan angle: 120°, Penetration depth (normal patient): 23cm
  • Display: 10.1" TFT-LCD, Wide SVGA(1024x600 pixels), 16.7 million colors
  • Thermal Printer: Built-in (57mm width)
  • Interface: USB (Barcode reader), SD Card (4GB), Wi-Fi Direct
  • Water Resistance: Body(Console): IPX0, Ordinary equipment, Probe: IPX5
  • Mode of Operation: Continuous operation
  • Weight: Console: 1500g (including the battery), Probe: 420g
  • Operating System: Linux