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MRI Patient Acoustic Interface - Transducer

Part # / SKU: 03-PSJ-P-1

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MRI Patient Acoustic Interface - Transducer

Part # / SKU: 03-PSJ-P-1

  • Audio is sent into the scan room through the RF penetration panel, and connects to the Patient Acoustic Interface by way of two BNC connectors

  • The transducers white acrylic box has 2 internal transducers which convert the electronic signals into air driven audio

  • Patients inside the MRI scanner magnet bore tube use acoustic headphones that are made completely from plastic materials
    - The plastic material will not be attracted to the high magnetic fields
    - Additionally, the plastic materials will not be visible in the MRI scanned images

  • This Transducer is included with each of the Scan Sound MRI Sound System Kits

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$1,995.00
USA Price ONLY

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Patient Acoustic Interface - Transducer

  • The type of music selected by the technologist is usually based on the patient's music preferences
  • The audio goes from an amplifier near the operator console to a connector panel (RF penetration panel) in the computer room
  • Coaxial cables carry the audio from the connector panel down to the patient acoustic interface in the scan room
  • The coaxial cables connect to two BNC connectors going into the patient acoustic interface
  • The PAI is typically positioned on the floor near the base of the table at the front of the magnet
  • The electronic audio is converted to pneumatic sound and driven through twin vinyl tubes going to the patient headphones
  • MRI systems can not use wired headphones because electronic headphones might distort the images or cause detrimental artifacts
  • Conventional earphones and headphones operate using a magnetic field to move a small diaphragm to produce sound, and it is unlikely that those kinds of headphones could function inside the very high magnetic fields of the MRI system
  • That is why MRI headphones made completely from plastic materials must be used inside of the MRI scanner
  • The patient acoustic interface box is what we use to convert the electronic audio to air-driven sound
  • The PAI design delivers phenomenal sound from two specially made transducers located inside the acrylic box
  • The patients hear true stereo sound and that sound separation imparts a feeling of spaciousness that helps patients overcome claustrophobia
    • NOTE: Music systems with Mono sound from only one audio channel may not help to overcome claustrophobia
  • We recommend keeping the vinyl tubing from the PAI to the headphones as short as possible to deliver the best sound quality
  • The patient acoustic interface (PAI) is positioned in the scan room on the floor near the front of the MRI magnet
  • The acoustic headphones that are compatible with our PAI are all available on the Magmedix web site
  • Each of our acoustic headphones have twin barbed modular plugs that plug into two 1/4 inch ID vinyl tubes
  • The vinyl tubing connected to the PAI dimensions are 3/8 inch OD and 1/4 inch ID
  • PAI Dimensions: 12 5/8 x 6 x 6 inches
  • Weight: 15 lbs
  • Impedance: 8 ohms per channel

Warranty:
1-Year Limited Warranty

ONLY for use with Scan Sound Brand MRI Sound Systems

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MRI Patient Acoustic Interface - Transducer. The patient acoustic interface is positioned inside the mri scan room and converts the electronic stereo audio into pneumatic air driven sound that connects to acoustic headphones worn by patients inside of the mri scanner during their mri exam.

  • Price: $1,995.00 - In stock
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