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uMR 780 ⎮ 65cm Wide-Bore uCS 3T

Fast. Exquisite.

The uMR 780 ushers in a new era of rapid imaging with uCS compressed sensing, breaking through limits of both speed and resolution with a maximum acceleration factor of 16 and sub-millimeter isotropic resolution down to 0.5mm or less.

uCS Platform

The uCS platform enables efficient application of compressed sensing for clinical routine. The next-generation uCS imaging technology combines compressed sensing with the advantages of acceleration technologies from previous generations.

Unique Coil Solutions

At UIH, we have dedicated, in-house coil development, covering applications for the whole body with patient-oriented design. Each coil element utilizes an independent low-noise amplifier for maximum noise reduction while retaining maximum signal.

uCS High Spatial Resolution

Static scan with uCS can achieve an acceleration factor of 6 or above in the spatial domain, which allows faster acquisition of high-resolution 3D imaging as well as high detectability for small lesions.

uCS High Temporal Resolution

Dynamic MR imaging with uCS can accelerate the acquisition in both spatial and temporal domain with a maximum acceleration factor up to 16. This can be used to optimize the scanning workflow and to make a leap in clinical application and scientific research.

A Powerful System


  • High-performance Gradients

    The gradient performance is designed with excellent performance to improve sequence acquisition, increase data acquisition speed, and achieve faster imaging.

  • High-density RF Channels

    The high channel-count RF receiver architecture enables the full use of high-density surface coil arrays, thus significantly increasing Signal-to-Noise. Multiple high-density coils can be used in different combinations to reduce scan time and improve workflow efficiency. 

  • Industry-leading Uniform Magnet

    The powerful 3.0T magnet adopts an 170cm short magnet design to ensure the leading homogeneity of the magnetic field, bringing fast imaging and large-coverage fat saturation.