Mistras Pocket UT Encoded B & C-Scan Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for sale, Encoded B & C-Scan Includes Encoder Cart, TOFD INSTALLED, latest firmware
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Mistras Pocket UT - Portable Ultrasonic Testing System
MISTRAS offers the innovative Pocket UT battery-operated, hand-held, stand-alone, full C-Scan data acquisition system. With its portability and ease of use, coupled with its full A, B & C-Scan capability, the Pocket UT System (along with available companion scanners - or other compatible devices) is ideal for on-site inspection applications. It quickly assesses the presence, depth, shape and orientation of cracks, flaws, corrosion/erosion, delaminations, and internal anomalies in a variety of structures, materials and surfaces.
The Pocket UT can operate as a conventional thickness meter (for spot readings), a basic flaw detector – with RF display and alarm gates, or in either active B-Scan or full C-Scan data acquisition, display and analysis. It can be integrated with virtually any available single or dual-axis scanner (with standard interfaces) - manual or automated (with conventional or dry-coupled UT transducers). The system has an easy-to-use keypad for fast entry of common commands for detailed data entry and a bright, back-lit LCD screen color data presentation user interface. Weighing approximately 2 lbs. (.9 kg), the Pocket UT uses Windows-CETM operating system. All ultrasonic components are integrated together in a rugged, rubber-encased enclosure. With a user-replaceable, rechargeable battery pack, the system can also be operated via the included 90 - 240 Volt AC/DC adapter/charger.
Companion scanners include automated or manual X-Y scanners (using a variety of transducers), or a singles axis “R-Scan”. This incorporates a unique dry-coupled rolling sensor and encoders that enable full C-Scan data acquisition in a hand held scanner. The rolling sensor permits the scanner to be used without messy couplant on most surfaces encountered in an industrial or field environment. The Pocket UT System includes an internal ultrasonic pulser/receiver, data acquisition software, motion control hardware and software for scanning, signal capture, display, analysis, replay, transfer or storage.
The complete system also includes an integrated compact flash disk capability. All data can be directly transferred to laptop or desktop computers using the flash memory or USB port. The data can be off-loaded and further processed (if desired) in a more office type environment. In addition to the connection to many single and dual-axis manual scanners, software is included to directly operate and control many automated dual-axis scanning systems – such as our own LSI (Large Structure Inspection) System – or other portable X-Y and Pipe Scanning Systems.
Scanners Families for your Pocket UT X-Y Scanners
The Manual X-Y Scanner, a traditional type dual axis operated scanner, moves strictly in X and Y coordinates. Internal X and Y encoders provide precise positioning information to the Pocket UT System. Auniversal sensor holder allows easy attachment of any UT sensor or sensor assembly. The standard sensor holder also has Gimbal & Swivel compliance built-in to allow scanning of contoured surfaces. An optional sensor bubbler holder kit is also available.
The Auto X-Y Scanner, designed with internal stepper motors, provides automated movement of the scanner for position feedback. An “LSI” type sensor mount is provided so that an LSI type Bubbler/Gimbal & Swivel Transducer holder and assembly (optional) can be attached
A small, portable, AC or battery operated Scanner Control box provides the necessary power and motor drivers to operate the motorized X-Y stage. A scanner interfacecable which connects directly to the Pocket UT motion control connector is also provided, for ease in setup and operation of the Pocket UT with the scanner.
The scanning dimensions for both the Manual and Auto X-Y Scanner are approximately 15” x 17” (38 x 43cm). In addition they both come with suction cups for mounting to any smooth surface and optional vacuum operation suction cup assemblies and magnetic feet for attaching to ferrous metals.
Options for Motorized & Manual X-Y Scanners:
R-Scan is a single axis scanner used on highly curved surfaces such as pipes and surfaces. The R-Scan is a 4 magnetic wheeled device meant to be used on ferrous structures with the wheels assisting the unit to stay on track. A spring loaded, dry coupled, UT sensor for monitoring the thickness of a structure comes complete with a cable for directly connecting to a Pocket UT System. Optional non-metal wheels available
The LSI Scannner is a 2-axis scanner used to ”crawl” up the side of a tank or vessel for corrosion mapping. It has a raster scan for data acquisition. The approximate scan length is 10”
The Tabletop Scanner is a small immersion tank with a 10” x 10” scanning envelope. X and Y axis are motorized with a manual Z Axis. This scanner comes with its own AC/DC powered motor driver interface
Universal Probe Scanner
The M-Scan, designed with encoder linear-scan for B-Scan and C-Scan, has a magnetic-brass knurled wheel which maintains contact and does not slip on wet surfaces. Spring loaded arms ensure that the encoded wheel is always in contact with surface such as upside down, vertical, horizontal, and circumferential positions. Versatile stainless steel privot-arm design allows users to use different diameter probes from 1/4” to 1”.
Pocket UT Specifications: