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Siemens 3T Trio

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  1. MRI Scanner


  1. Resource Description
    "The Siemens 3T Trio instrument is located on the campus of the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC; 10 miles west of OHSU's main Marquam Hill campus) in a dedicated 2500 ft2 building that includes animal preparation areas and offices. The radio frequency (RF) transmitter unit contains one 35 kW narrowband (1H) RF transmitter and one 8 kW broadband RF transmitter capable of producing 20‑128 MHz. The instrument is equipped with a SONATA gradient coil set and a CASCADE gradient amplifier (2000V/500A on all three axes). Together they are capable of producing field gradients of ≥40 mT/m, with a slew rate of ≥200 T/(m*s), on all axes. TECHNICAL INFO: Field Strength/1H Frequency: 3 Tesla (T)/123 MHz Clear bore/Working bore: 90 cm/60 cm Gradient Strength/Slew Rate: ≥40 mT/m/ ≥200 T/(m*s) Receiver channels: 8 Length/Weight: 2.1m/10 tons"
  2. Manufacturer
    Siemens AG
  3. Model Number
    3T Trio
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  5. Related Technique
    Magnetic resonance imaging
  6. Location
    Advanced Imaging Research Center
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