Olympus Omniscan MX2 32-128PR

OlympusOmniscan MX2 32 128PR for sale, complete kit, good condition very clean and ready to working order with Olympus working standards

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Olympus Omniscan MX2 32:128PR Phased Array Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for sale, Still like lew very clean instrument, ready to working order and meet Olympus working standards

Very clean unit Olympus Omniscan MX2 32:128PR sale, no defect and everything is in excellent perfect working condition. The screen is bright and crisp, touchscreen works very well, buttons and scroll wheel are very tactile and very responsive to use, also the connectors are all very clean and ready for a new inspector. This is premium Olympus PA unit Omniscan MX2 32:128PR module, unit has been shop tested and examined by authorized Olympus with, all is good and ready to use and meet Olympus working standards.

This Olympus Omniscan MX2 32:128PR sale includes;

  • Omniscan MX2 32:128PR Phased Array Flaw Detector
  • Tomoview Software
  • Charger/Cables
  • 2 Batteries
  • SD Card
  • Software Card Reader
  • Rolling Hard Case
  • Manual
  • Calibration (including Certificates)

The OmniScan MX2 is available in 16 Channel and 32 Channel units for more demanding applications. We currently have for sale OmniScan MX2 16-128, the instrument is in excellent shape, few small signs of use around the edges of the body as well the display

OmniScan MX2, the Standard in Phased Array, Redefined

The result of over 10 years of proven leadership in modular NDT test platforms, the OmniScan MX has been the most successful portable and modular phased array test instrument produced by Olympus to date, with thousands of units in use throughout the world


  • Large, 10.4 in. (26.4 cm) touch screen
  • Multigroup capability
  • Two-axis encoding and data archiving capacity
  • Modular platform
  • Complete evolving range of modules

Building on a Solid Basis

This second generation OmniScan MX2 increases testing efficiency, ensuring superior, advanced AUT application performance with faster setups, test cycles, and reporting, in addition to universal compatibility with several phased array and ultrasound modules. Designed for NDT experts, this high-end, scalable platform delivers true next-generation NDT performance.The OmniScan MX2 offers a high acquisition rate and new powerful software features for efficient manual and automated inspection performance—all in a portable, modular instrument

Faster Is Better

Powerstart your day with the OmniScan MX2. The OmniScan MX2 simplifies and speeds up the setup process with its intuitive step-by-step Wizard, so you can start testing quickly. Featuring the industry-standard phased array user interface with faster-than-ever performance, a bigger and brighter 10.4 in. (26.4 cm) screen, new and unique intuitive touch-screen capabilities, and faster data transfer, the MX2 enables you to get to your next inspection quicker.

More than an Instrument - A Solution Provider

The OmniScan MX2 is an important part of your inspection solution, and can be combined with other critical components to form a complete inspection system. Olympus offers a complete product range that includes phased array probes, scanners, analysis software, and accessories, all of which are integrated and packaged into rapidly deployable, application- specific solutions for a quick return on your investment. In addition, Olympus offers a high- quality global calibration and repair service, backed by a team of phased array application experts to ensure that you get the support you need.

Modular Instrument, A Platform that Evolves as your Needs Grow

Designed to secure both your current and future phased array investments, the OmniScan MX2 is compatible with several different Olympus modules. You can be confident that you will get the most out of your investment as specifications will continue to evolve with your needs through constant software update

State-of-the-Art PA2 and UT2 Modules, as a world leader in phased array technology, Olympus has released a new line of modules compatible with MX2 instrument

PA2, the new phased array offering—led by the innovative PA2 modules, features multiple improvements, such as:

Best Phased Array and TOFD Signal Quality Ever

  • Better signal-to-noise ratio
  • More powerful pulsers
  • 64 pure gray tone

More Multigroup Capabilities: Ability to use PA and UT channels simultaneously

General Hardware Improvements

  • Higher operating-temperature endurance (up to 45 °C)
  • New OmniScan probe connector with quick latch system
  • Completely sealed fanless design
  • Extended autonomy on batteries

UT2, the new conventional ultrasound module features the same UT-channel technology as the PA2 modules, but offers twices many channels

OmniScan MX2 Equals Flexibility

Thanks to NDT SetupBuilder and OmniPC companion software, the OmniScan MX2 can be dedicated exclusively to calibration and acquisition tasks or, if preferred, can perform all the steps of an inspection, directly on its large, user-friendly touch screen


The most efficient way to create a setup is to perform the simulation in NDT SetupBuilder, and imported directly, via SD card or USB key, to the OmniScan. Then, only a few basic operations are required in the instrument, such as setting the gate and range, before acquisition can begin. It is also very easy to create a setup right in the OmniScan, thanks to the following features:

  • Automatic probe recognition
  • Intuitive wizards to guide the user through every step of the setup creation using the interactive help menu
  • Weld Overlay and RayTracing simulation
  • Group copy option for fast multiple-group configuratio


To achieve a code-compliant inspection, the Calibration Wizard ensures that every focal law in every group is the direct equivalent of a single-channel conventional flaw detector. The user is guided step-by-step through the required calibrations like: Velocity, Wedge Delay, Sensitivity, TCG, DAC, AWS, and encoder calibrations. Now, TOFD PCS calibration and lateral wave straightening can be performed automatically


The OmniScan MX2 enables easy configuration of inspection parameters for either manual, one-line, or raster encoded scans. The acquisition is displayed in real time through different views and offers the ability to store data on a hot-swappable SD card or USB 2.0 device.

  • Intelligent layouts for configuring up to 8 groups
  • Full-screen mode for better visualization of defects
  • Synchronisation and measurements can be processed using different gate combinations.

Data Analysis and Reporting

  • Data, reference, and measurement cursors for defect sizing
  • Extensive readings database and predefined lists for trigonometry, flaw statistics on axes, volumetric position information, code-based acceptance criteria, corrosion mapping statistics, etc
  • Views are linked for interactive analysis and are automatically updated when performing off-line gate repositioning
  • Optimized preconfigured layouts for quick and simple length, depth, and height sizing of flaws


Pressure Vessel Weld Inspection

A complete inspection of pressure vessel welds can be performed in a single scan using an OmniScan PA and manual scanner such as the HSMT series or a motorized scanner like the WeldROVER. By combining TOFD and PA in a single inspection pass, a significant reduction in inspection time can be achieved as compared with conventional raster scanning or radiography. Furthermore, inspection results are available immediately, enabling you to detect problems with welding equipment and fix them right away.



Manual and Semiautomated Corrosion Mapping

The OmniScan PA system with the HydroFORM scanner is designed to offer the best inspection solution for detecting wall- thickness reductions resulting from corrosion, abrasion, and erosion. In addition, this system detects mid-wall damage, such as hydrogen- induced blistering and manufacturing-induced delamination, and clearly differentiates such anomalies from loss-of-wall-thickness.
For this application, phased array ultrasound technology offers superior inspection speed, data point density, and detection.



Weld Inspection of Small-Diameter Pipes

When coupled with the COBRA manual scanner, the OmniScan flaw detector is capable of inspecting pipes ranging from 0.84 in. OD to 4.5 in. OD. With its very slim design, this manual scanner is able to inspect pipes in areas with limited access. Adjacent obstructions such as piping, supports, and structures can be as close as 12 mm (0.5 in.).




Composite Inspection

Parts made of laminate composite materials pose an inspection challenge due to their various shapes and thicknesses. Olympus offers complete solutions for the inspection of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer structures. These solutions are based on the OmniScan flaw detector, the GLIDER scanner, the RollerFORM™ phased array wheel probe, and dedicated probes and wedges designed for CFRP flat panel and radius inspection




OmniScan MX2 Specifications

OmniScan MX2 Mainframe Specifications

Overall dimensions
(W x H x D
325 mm x 235 mm x 130 mm
(12.8 in. x 9.3 in. x 5.1 i
Data Storage
Storage devices SDHC card, most standard USB storage devices, or fast Ethernet
Data file size 300 MB
I/O Ports
USB ports 3
Audio alarm Yes
Video output Video out (SVGA
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
I/O Lines
Encoder 2-axis encoder line (quadrature, up, down, or clock/direction)
Digital input 4 digital TTL inputs, 5 V
Digital output 4 digital TTL outputs, 5 V, 15 mA
Acquisition on/off switch Remote acquisition enabled TTL, 5 V
Power output line 5 V, 500 mA power output line (short-circuit protected)
Alarms 3 TTL, 5 V, 15 mA
Analog output 2 analog outputs (12 bits) ±5 V in 10 kΩ
Pace input 5 V TTL pace input
Display size 26.4 cm (10.4 in.) (diagonal)
Resolution 800 pixels x 600 pixels
Brightness 700 cd/m2
Number of colors 16 million
Power Supply
Battery type Smart Li-ion battery
Number of batteries 1 or 2 (battery chamber accommodates two hotswappable batteries)
Battery life Minimum 7 hours with two batteries
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature 
-10 °C to 45 °C 
(14 ºF to 113 ºF) 
Storage temperature range –20 °C to 60 °C (–4 ºF to 140 ºF) with batteries
–20 °C to 70 °C (–4 ºF to 158 ºF) without batteries
Relative humidity Max. 70% RH at 45°C noncondensing
Ingress Protection Rating Designed for IP66
Shockproof rating Drop-tested according to MIL-STD-810G 516.6
MX2 Module Compatibility
MXU 4.1R8 and later OMNI-M2-PA32128PR
MXU 4.0 and later OMNI-M2-PA1664
MXU 3.1 and MXU 4.1R9 
and later


Phased Array Module Specifications

Overall dimensions
(W x H x D
226 mm x 183 mm x 40 mm 
(8.9 in. x 7.2 in. x 1.6 in.)
Weight 1.6 kg (3.5 lb)
Connectors 1 Phased Array connector: Olympus PA connector
2 UT connectors: LEMO 00
Number of focal laws 256
Probe recognition Automatic probe recognition
Aperture 32 elements*
Number of elements 128 elements*
Pulser PA Channels UT Channels
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
Output impedance (32:128PR model 35 Ω in in pulse-echo mode
30 Ω in pitch-catch mode
<30 Ω
Output impedance (all other models) 25 Ω <30 Ω
Receiver  PA Channels UT Channels
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 (32:128PR model) 50 Ω in pulse-echo mode
90 Ω in pitch-catch mode
60 Ω in pulse-echo mode
50 Ω in pitch-catch mode
Input impedance (all other models) 65 Ω 60 Ω in pulse-echo mode
50 Ω in pulse-receive mode
System bandwidth 0.6 MHz to 18 MHz (–3 dB) 0.25 MHz to 28 MHz (–3 dB)
Scan type Sectorial and linear  
Group quantity Up to 8  
Data Acquisition
Digitizing frequency 100 MHz
Maximum pulsing rate Up to 10 kHz (C-scan)
Data Processing PA Channels UT Channels
Number of data points Up to 8,192  
Real-time averaging 2, 4, 8, 16 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Rectifier RF, full wave, half wave +, half wave –
Filtering 3 low-pass, 6 bandpass, and 4 high-pass filters. 3 low-pass, 6 band-pass, and 3 high-pass filters  (3 low-pass filters when configured in TOFD)
Video filtering Smoothing (adjusted to probe frequency range)
Data Visualization
A-scan refresh rate Real time: 60 Hz
Data Synchronization    
On internal clock 1 Hz to 10 kHz  
On encoder On 2 axes: from 1 to 65,536 steps  
Programmable Time-Corrected Gain (TCG)
Number of points 32: One TCG curve per focal law
Number of alarms 3
Conditions Any logical combination of gates
Alarm outputs 2

OmniScan MX2 Video Overview

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