uMR® 780 | 65 cm Wide-Bore 3T


The uMR 780 ushers in a new era of rapid imaging with the United Compressed Sensing (uCS) 2.0 platform, breaking through the limits of both speed and resolution with a maximum acceleration factor of 36 and submillimeter isotropic resolution of 0.5 mm or less.


Vertical Integration

Our modern platform is built with extraordinary attention to detail and high quality. The purposeful design allows for better control and monitoring of system functions.

Unique Coil Solutions

Dedicated in-house coil development allows for a high degree of quality assurance, while the patient-oriented design helps assure comfort. Each coil element uses an independent low-noise amplifier to maximize the signal-to-noise ratio during acquisition.

uCS 2.0 Platform
The uCS Platform enables efficient application of compressed sensing with a routine clinical workflow for 2D 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.

Fast. Accessible.

A Powerful System

  • High-Performance Gradients

    Vertical integration in manufacturing means we ensure quality from raw materials to precision assembly of the gradient coils. The high gradient performance of the uMR 780 helps improve the signal for high quality imaging and fast acquisition speed.

  • High-Density RF Channels

    The high channel-count RF receiver architecture enables the full use of high-density surface coil arrays, thus significantly increasing image signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Multiple high-density coils used in different combinations can reduce scan time and improve workflow efficiency.

  • Ultra-High Uniformity Magnet

    The powerful 3.0T magnet uses a 170 cm short-magnet design to ensure high homogeneity of the magnetic field, which helps create fast imaging and excellent fat saturation over a large FOV.

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