SONON Overview

Compact Design

AiM SONON fits right in your hand and easily in your pocket. At just over 13 ounces, it’s easily portable and can be used for Point of Care wherever needed.

Two models to choose from:

True Wireless Connectivity

AiM SONON has no cords or wires, making it easy to maneuver independent of the iOS/Android smart phone or tablet on which scans appear.

Compatible with PACS

By supporting DICOM, SONON is designed to store, manage and even transfer images securely through PACS server.

Sensor Heads

AiM SONON 300L Linear has Multiple Frequencies 5MHz / 7.5MHz / 10MHz with Color Imaging.

AiM SONON 300C has a convex array transducer, allowing for a wider field of view during the sonogram.

Three Simple Buttons

The SONONs are very simple but hi-tech probes. The SONON software app is downloaded and opened onto a tablet. After the probe is fired up unsurpassed technology enables the probe to become a router and, after the tablet is connected to the probe via the WiFi of the probe, the tablet becomes the ultrasound monitor. Images can then be transferred in HIPPA-compliant format into a PACS or emailed to other clinicians for consultative diagnostic purposes. Image quality is the same as the traditional ultrasound machines and, at a fraction of the cost, it allows more clinicians to have access to this diagnostic tool.

Mobile App

AiM SONON’s mobile app is compatible with all iOS- and Android-based smartphones and tablets, and allows providers to send scans for remote viewing and diagnosis via secured HIPPA Compliant,Wi-Fi, 3G, or LTE networks.

SONON is the only wireless probe that has the capability to transfer JPEG or MP4 images onto a different hospital or location far away via email or message without using a cloud server.

Long Battery Endurance

SONON offers one of the longest scanning time within the handheld ultrasound devices. It lasts up to 3 hours of continuous scanning time with 12 hours of standby mode.