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Olympus OmniScan SX

Original price was: $11600.Current price is: $5800.

New features include:

Export C-Scan
New End-View with group merge
Analysis attenuation gain
Scrolling layouts for easy interpretation
Improved accessibility with more interactive menus
Optimised main menus and wizards
Onboard compound scan
Curved geometry ray-tracing for longitudinal welds

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Olympus OmniScan SX

Olympus is proud to introduce the OmniScan SX, a flaw detector that benefits from more than 20 years of phased array experience and shares the OmniScan DNA. For improved ease of use, the OmniScan SX features a new streamlined software interface displayed on an 8.4 in. (21.3 cm) touch screen. A single-group and non-modular instrument, the OmniScan SX is easy to operate and cost-effective for less demanding applications.

Olympus OmniScan SX

The OmniScan SX comes in two models: the SX PA and SX UT. The SX PA is a 16:64PR phased array unit, which, like the UT-only SX UT, is equipped with a conventional UT channel for pulse-echo, pitch-catch or TOFD inspection. Compared to the OmniScan MX2, the SX is 33% lighter and 50% smaller, offering an unprecedented level of portability for an OmniScan.

The OmniScan SX touch screen offers a full-screen mode option that maximizes visibility, essentially converting many menu functions into easy touch-screen operations. The intuitive interface provides smooth menu selection, zooming, gate adjustments, cursor movements, and text and value input. These, along with other premium integrated features, including easy-to-follow setup and calibration Wizards, a rapid refresh rate for both the S-scan and A-scan displays, and a fast pulse repetition frequency (PRF), make the OmniScan SX a highly efficient inspection tool.

The OmniScan SX is fully compatible with the extensive portfolio of Olympus scanners, probes and accessories, as well as with its dedicated software companions, NDT SetupBuilder and OmniPC. Combined, the complete family of software and hardware contributes to a streamlined and efficient inspection workflow, from design and setup to acquisition and analysis.

The new OmniScan software features enhancements for greater functionality in weld and corrosion markets.

In the effort for continuous improvement, the software interface was simplified and the response time optimized in order to provide the best experience possible for customers.

New features include:

Export C-Scan
New End-View with group merge
Analysis attenuation gain
Scrolling layouts for easy interpretation
Improved accessibility with more interactive menus
Optimised main menus and wizards
Onboard compound scan
Curved geometry ray-tracing for longitudinal welds

The Omniscan SX provides Olympus with a new and versatile tool to add to its arsenal of innovative and creative complete market solutions aimed at simplifying your workflow and improving overall productivity.
Phased Array Weld Inspection

The OmniScan PA is at the heart of the manual and semi­automated phased array weld inspection solutions developed by Olympus for the oil and gas industry. These systems can be used for inspection in compliance with ASME, API, and other code criteria, while offering high-speed detection capabilities, and facilitating indication interpretation.

Corrosion Mapping and Composite Inspection

Zero-degree inspection just became even more accessible with the arrival of the OmniScan SX. For corrosion or composite inspection, Olympus offers field-proven solutions for detection of anomalies or wall loss.

TOFD Weld Inspection

TOFD is an easy and efficient approach for primary detection of weld defects. It is quick, cost-effective and capable of sizing defects present in the volume of the weld, a problematic area for manufacturing defects

Component Inspection

Using ultrasonic techniques, inspection of components can detect cracks, wall loss, and other damage. With the capacity for both angle and linear zero-degree beams, the OmniScan SX is a very cost-efficient solution for this type of single-group inspection.

Housing Overall dimensions (W x H x D) 267 mm × 208 mm × 94 mm (10.5 in. × 8.2 in. × 3.7 in.)
Weight 3.4 kg (7.5 lb) with battery
Data Storage Storage devices SDHC card* or most standard USB storage devices.
Lexar brand memory cards are recommended for optimized results.
Data file size 300 MB
I/O Ports USB ports 2 USB ports, compliant with USB 2.0 specifications
Audio alarm Yes
Video output Video out (SVGA)
I/O Lines Encoder 2-axis encoder line (quadrature, up, down, or clock/direction)
Digital input 4 digital TTL inputs, 5 V
Digital output 3 digital outputs TTL, 5 V, 15 mA maximum per output
Acquisition on/off switch Yes, through configuration of a digital input
Power output line 5 V, 500 mA power output line (short-circuit protected)
Pace input 5 V TTL pace input
Display Display size 21.3 cm (8.4 in.) (diagonal)
Resolution 800 pixels x 600 pixels
Brightness 600 cd/m2
Viewing angles Horizontal: –80° to 80° Vertical: –60° to 80°
Number of colors 16 million
Power Supply Battery type Smart Li-ion battery
Number of batteries 1
Battery life Minimum 6 hours under normal operating conditions
Environmental Specifications Operating temperature range -10 °C to 45 °C
(14 ºF to 113 ºF)
Storage temperature range –20 °C to 60 °C (–4 ºF to 140 ºF) with battery
–20 °C to 70 °C (–4 ºF to 158 ºF) without battery
Relative humidity Max. 70% RH at 45°C noncondensing
Ingress protection rating Designed to meet requirements of IP66
Shockproof rating Drop-tested according to MIL-STD-810G 516.6
Ultrasound Specifications (applies to OMNISX-1664PR) Connectors 1 Phased Array connector: Olympus PA connector
2 UT connectors: LEMO 00
Number of focal laws 256
Probe recognition Automatic probe recognition
Pulser/Receiver Aperture 16 elements
Number of elements 64 elements
Pulser PA Channels UT Channel
Voltage 40 V, 80 V, and 115 V 95 V, 175 V, and 340 V
Pulse width Adjustable from 30 ns to 500 ns; resolution of 2.5 ns Adjustable from 30 ns to 1,000 ns; resolution of 2.5 ns
Pulse shape Negative square wave Negative square wave
Output impedance 35 Ω (pulse-echo mode);
30 Ω (pitch- catch mode) <30 Ω
Receiver PA Channels UT Channel
Gain 0 dB to 80 dB, maximum input signal 550 mVp-p (full-screen height) 0 dB to 120 dB maximum input signal 34.5 Vp-p (full-screen height)
Input impedance 60 Ω (pulse-echo mode);
150 Ω (pitch- catch mode) 60 Ω (pulse-echo mode);
50 Ω (pulse-receive mode)
System bandwidth 0.6 MHz to 18 MHz (–3 dB) 0.25 MHz to 28 MHz (–3 dB)
Beamforming Scan type Sectorial or linear
Group quantity 1
Data Acquisition PA Channels UT Channel
Effective digitizing frequency Up to 100 MHz 100 MHz
Maximum pulsing rate Up to 6 kHz (C-scan)
Data Processing PA Channels UT Channel
Number of data points Up to 8,192
Real-time averaging PA: 2, 4, 8, 16 UT: 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Rectifier RF, full wave, half wave +, half wave –
Filtering 3 low-pass, 3 band-pass, and 5 high-pass filters 3 low-pass, 6 band-pass, and 3 high-pass filters (8 low-pass filters when configured in TOFD)
Video filtering Smoothing (adjusted to probe frequency range)
Data Visualization A-scan refresh rate A-scan: 60 Hz; S-scan: 60 Hz
Data Synchronization On internal clock 1 Hz to 6 kHz
On encoder On 2 axes: from 1 to 65,536 steps
Programmable Time-Corrected Gain (TCG) Number of points 16: One TCG (time-corrected gain) curve per focal law
Maximum slope 40 dB/10 ns
Alarms Number of alarms 3
Conditions Any logical combination of gates

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