Inspection & Measurement Systems

Přijímače impulsů

Pulser-receivers improve automatic testing with broadband negative spike excitation and high material penetration suitable for manual control and computer-based inspection systems. Olympus Panametrics pulser-receivers are used with computer-based systems for automatic testing, ultrasonic test applications requiring high material penetration capabilities, and very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals.

5058PR

The 5058PR High Voltage ultrasonic pulser-receiver is designed especially for test and measurement applications in sound-attenuating mediums. The pulser section can deliver up to 900 volts in an impulse type excitation pulse to appropriate low frequency transducers.

5072PR

The 5072PR manually controlled ultrasonic pulser-receiver is for both conventional and high frequency applications. 35 MHz (-3 dB) bandwidth and spike pulser is ideal for general testing. Optimal broadband excitation resulting in superior time domain recovery especially between 15-30 MHz.

5073PR

The 5073PR manually controlled ultrasonic pulser-receiver is for both conventional and high frequency applications. 75 MHz (-3 dB) bandwidth with fast rise time spike pulser extends performance for work with 50 MHz transducers in applications that challenge limits in axial and near surface resolution.

5077PR

The 5077PR manually controlled ultrasonic pulser-receiver with 35 MHz (-3 dB) bandwidth and square wave pulser-receiver is ideal for maximizing response in scattering materials. The square wave pulser is particularly advantageous when testing with transducers of 10 MHz or lower.

5660B

The 5660B ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 20 kHz to 2 MHz bandwidth, 40 dB and 60 dB selectable voltage gain.

5660C

The 5660C ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 500 Hz to 2 MHz bandwidth, 40 dB and 60 dB selectable voltage gain.

5662

The 5662 ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 50 kHz to 2 MHz bandwidth, 34 dB and 54 dB selectable voltage gain.

5670

The 5670 ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 50 kHz to 10 MHz bandwidth, 40 dB voltage gain.

5676

The 5676 ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 50 kHz to 20 MHz bandwidth, 40 dB voltage gain.

5678

The 5678 ultrasonic preamplifier for use with ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness gaging, and acoustic emission instrumentation provides very low noise amplification of ultrasonic signals. Some features include: 200 kHz to 40 MHz bandwidth, 40 dB voltage gain.

5682

The 5682 ultrasonic preamplifier provides low noise 30 dB amplification of ultrasonic signals ranging from 500 KHz to 25 MHz. The preamplifier, housed in a rugged splash-proof enclosure, is very small and lightweight making it ideally suited for remote applications.

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