The Operating System and Supported Mobile Device recommendations are as below.

The minimum components you require is that the device is iOS 11.0+ or Android 5.0+ or Windows 10 10.0.15063.0+ versions and it has to be wi-fi enabled.

iOS 11.0 or later
iPhone 6S (2015) or later
iPad Air 2 / iPad Mini 4 or later / iPad Pro

Android 5.0 or later
Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note (2015) or later
Galaxy Tab S3 (2017) or later

Windows 10 10.0.15063.0 or later
Surface Pro 3 or later

In continuous Scan Mode the one battery will last for 3 Hours. If used normally ‘freezing image between patients’ it should last in Stand-by Mode for up to 12 hours. You can then change over to the second battery as provided with our system.

No, the SONON generates its own WIFI network (2.4 and 5GHz) that connects to the iOS or Android device. So, you can use the SONON anywhere.

No, the SONON is both wireless and cable-less which prevents you from being physically tied to a monitor and even lowers the risk of cross contamination.

No, the SONON device has a fan built into the system which adequately transfers any heat away from the Handset. We often use our systems inside sterile covers for all day sessions and have no issues with overheating. The system would advise that you turn off the power and reuse after cooling if the handgrip temperature is over 40˚C.

The SONON only connects to iOS and Android Tablets or Phones.

The weight of the device without the battery inserted is 288g and the battery weighs 102g so combined weight of system is just 390g.

The dimensions of the SONON are Width: 78mm; Height: 38mm; Length: 229mm.

Yes, SONON probes are fully wireless and connect to both android and iOS (apple) mobile devices. The probes can be fully sealed inside a cover to maintain cleanliness. All SONON devices are provided with 2 exchangeable rechargeable battery packs, and each pack delivers three hours of continuous scanning time. With normal patterns of use, a probe will often not require battery exchange during a busy 12 hour day.