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Sonatest SiteScan 250S Digital Ultrasonic Flaw Detector

Original price was: $3500.Current price is: $1750.

Specifications:

Test Range 0-5mm (0.2in) up to 0-10000 (400in) at steel velocity. Variable in sequence, 10mm or 1mm
Velocity 1000 – 9999 m/s
Probe Zero 0 – 999.999 us
Delay 0 – 10000m at steel velocity in 0.05 steps (0 – 400 in 0.002 in steps)
Gain 0 – 110dB in 0.5, 1, 2, 6, 10, 14, 20 dB steps
Test Modes Pulse echo and transmit-receive
Gates Two fully independent gates for echo monitoring and thickness measurement. Start and width adjustable over full range of unit, amplitude variable from 0 to 100% FSH. Bar presentation. Positive or negative triggering for each gate with audible and visual alarms.
Measurement Modes
Depth Depth and amplitude of signal in gate
Echo – Echo Echo – Echo distance, automatic gate 2 position
Gate to Gate Echo – Echo distance, manual gate 2 position
Trig Trigonometric display of beam path, depth and surface distance Calculation of skip depth and curve surface compensation, X-offset for transducer
T-Min Holds minimum thickness in depth mode
Pulser Voltage -200 volt peak amplitude, rise/fall time <10ns into 50 ohm
Pulser Width Fixed 100ns 30 – 250 ns linked to filter band
Pulser Repetition Frequency Selectable 5 – 1000Hz.
Display Colour transflective TFT Display area 111.4 x 83.5mm (4.39 x 3.29 in) A-scan area 315 x 200 max Variable brightness Sunlight viewable
8 Selectable colour schemes for A-scan & menu
Screen Update Rate 50 or 60Hz
Rectification Full Wave, positive, negative, RF
Frequency Bands Broadband 1 – 10 Mhz (-6dB)
Vertical Linearity 1% full screen height
Amplifier Linearity +- 0.1 dB
Horizontal Linearity 0.33% full screen width
Reject 50% Suppressive LED warning light when activated
Waveform Smoothing Produces a smooth signal envelope
Units mm, inches or time
AGC Automatic Gain Control sets selected echo to a user defined level (10-90%)
DAC Up to 10 points may be entered and used to digitally draw a DAC curve Reference -2, -6, -10, -12, -14 dB curves can be selected for JIS, ASME and EN1714 codes
AWS Automatic defect sizing in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code
API Automatic defect sizing in accordance with API 5UE
AVG/DGS Automatic defect sizing using probe data
TCG Time corrected Gain 40dB dynamic range, 30dB per microsecond, up to 10 points for curve definition.
A-scan Memory 800 waveforms
Panel Memory 100 stores for calibration setting
Thickness Logging 8000 readings stored in Block/Location/Number coding or alpha-numeric pre-programmed work sheets Transferable to Excel using optional SDMS
Auto-Cal Automatic calibration with two echoes
Reference Waveform Recalled waveform can be shown in a different colour to live waveform for direct comparison
Display Freeze Holds current waveform on screen
Peak Memory For echo-dynamic pattern capture
Front USB For connection to PC, keyboard and printer
Outputs Serial Interface, composite video (PAL & NTSC), analogue output for amplitude and distance updated at PRF rate Transmitter sync output
Battery Lithium Ion 14.4V 5.0 ampere hours Up to 16 hours, indication of battery charge. Recharge time 4 hours. Mains pack option
Charger 100 – 240 VAC, 50-60Hz
Environmental Meets IP67
Temperature Range Operating -10o C to 55o C (14o F – 131o F) Storage -40o C to 75o C (-40o F to 167o F)
Size 256 x 145 x 145mm (10 x 5.7 x 5.7 in.)
Weight 2.5Kg (5.5 lbs) with battery
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Sonatest SiteScan 250S Digital Ultrasonic Flaw Detector

Top of the Sitescan range is the 250S. This version includes all the software features of the 150S combined with a narrow band amplifier and TCG for more demanding ultrasonic applications. The square wave ActiveEdge pulser automatically optimizes for each filter band selected, ensuring maximum performance.

Sonatest SiteScan 250S Digital Ultrasonic Flaw Detector

Specifications:

Test Range 0-5mm (0.2in) up to 0-10000 (400in) at steel velocity. Variable in sequence, 10mm or 1mm
Velocity 1000 – 9999 m/s
Probe Zero 0 – 999.999 us
Delay 0 – 10000m at steel velocity in 0.05 steps (0 – 400 in 0.002 in steps)
Gain 0 – 110dB in 0.5, 1, 2, 6, 10, 14, 20 dB steps
Test Modes Pulse echo and transmit-receive
Gates Two fully independent gates for echo monitoring and thickness measurement. Start and width adjustable over full range of unit, amplitude variable from 0 to 100% FSH. Bar presentation. Positive or negative triggering for each gate with audible and visual alarms.
Measurement Modes
Depth Depth and amplitude of signal in gate
Echo – Echo Echo – Echo distance, automatic gate 2 position
Gate to Gate Echo – Echo distance, manual gate 2 position
Trig Trigonometric display of beam path, depth and surface distance Calculation of skip depth and curve surface compensation, X-offset for transducer
T-Min Holds minimum thickness in depth mode
Pulser Voltage -200 volt peak amplitude, rise/fall time <10ns into 50 ohm
Pulser Width Fixed 100ns 30 – 250 ns linked to filter band
Pulser Repetition Frequency Selectable 5 – 1000Hz.
Display Colour transflective TFT Display area 111.4 x 83.5mm (4.39 x 3.29 in) A-scan area 315 x 200 max Variable brightness Sunlight viewable
8 Selectable colour schemes for A-scan & menu
Screen Update Rate 50 or 60Hz
Rectification Full Wave, positive, negative, RF
Frequency Bands Broadband 1 – 10 Mhz (-6dB)
Vertical Linearity 1% full screen height
Amplifier Linearity +- 0.1 dB
Horizontal Linearity 0.33% full screen width
Reject 50% Suppressive LED warning light when activated
Waveform Smoothing Produces a smooth signal envelope
Units mm, inches or time
AGC Automatic Gain Control sets selected echo to a user defined level (10-90%)
DAC Up to 10 points may be entered and used to digitally draw a DAC curve Reference -2, -6, -10, -12, -14 dB curves can be selected for JIS, ASME and EN1714 codes
AWS Automatic defect sizing in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code
API Automatic defect sizing in accordance with API 5UE
AVG/DGS Automatic defect sizing using probe data
TCG Time corrected Gain 40dB dynamic range, 30dB per microsecond, up to 10 points for curve definition.
A-scan Memory 800 waveforms
Panel Memory 100 stores for calibration setting
Thickness Logging 8000 readings stored in Block/Location/Number coding or alpha-numeric pre-programmed work sheets Transferable to Excel using optional SDMS
Auto-Cal Automatic calibration with two echoes
Reference Waveform Recalled waveform can be shown in a different colour to live waveform for direct comparison
Display Freeze Holds current waveform on screen
Peak Memory For echo-dynamic pattern capture
Front USB For connection to PC, keyboard and printer
Outputs Serial Interface, composite video (PAL & NTSC), analogue output for amplitude and distance updated at PRF rate Transmitter sync output
Battery Lithium Ion 14.4V 5.0 ampere hours Up to 16 hours, indication of battery charge. Recharge time 4 hours. Mains pack option
Charger 100 – 240 VAC, 50-60Hz
Environmental Meets IP67
Temperature Range Operating -10o C to 55o C (14o F – 131o F) Storage -40o C to 75o C (-40o F to 167o F)
Size 256 x 145 x 145mm (10 x 5.7 x 5.7 in.)
Weight 2.5Kg (5.5 lbs) with battery
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