uMR OMEGA™ - Ultra-Wide-Bore 3T
The uMR OMEGA is the first 75 cm, ultra-wide bore 3T MRI with a 60 cm field of view and high homogeneity. Advanced technology makes it possible to expand access to MR in your community. The system includes industry-leading table weight capacity, a 3.5 MW gradient amplifier, and a calming lighting environment.
Greater Access for Your Community
Expanded Imaging Capabilities
75 cm ultra-wide-bore
680 lbs. table weight capacity
60 x 60 x 50 cm field of view
High-Performance 3T MRI
Gradient performance of 45 mT/m & 200 T/m/s
0.029 ppm @ 30 DSV homogeneity (typical)
Next-generation GPA with 3.5 MW peak power
Patient Comfort for All
Unique in-bore lighting for patient comfort
More elbow room for every patient
uCS platform to shorten exams for all
Advanced technologies are standard on all systems
High performance gradients, uCS 2.0 platform, advanced neurology, advanced cardiology, MSK coils and more are included
All-in Configurations™ maximize the potential for your MRI examinations
uMR OMEGA™ is thoughtfully designed to expand current access to MRI by combining many breakthrough innovations that provide additional diagnostic information throughout the expansive 60 x 60 x 50 cm field of view. Its technology includes high homogeneity, a powerful GPA, and the ultra-wide, 75 cm bore.
uCS 2.0 Platform
The uCS Platform enables efficient application of compressed sensing with a routine clinical workflow for 2D, 3D, and 4D MR exams. The next-generation uCS imaging technology pushes clinical boundaries of isotropic resolution and dynamic imaging speed.
uCS Imaging Technology
uCS combines the strength of conventional acceleration technologies and innovative compressed sensing, breaking through the limits of both speed and resolution with a maximum acceleration factor of 36x and high, sub-millimeter isotropic spatial resolution.
uCS Processing Engine
The uCS Processing Engine is a high-performance computing technology that includes memory, data network, and premier CPU. The intelligent reconstruction algorithm complements the outstanding computational power, resulting in ultra-fast reconstruction.