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Specifications

General

User Interface Languages

English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Italian
Transducer Connections LEMO 00
Data Storage 100,000 IDs onboard
Battery Type and Life Single lithium-ion rechargeable standard; 6 h life
Power Requirements AC Mains: 100 VAC to 120 VAC, 200 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Display Type Full VGA (640 × 480 pixels) transflective color LCD, 60 Hz update rate
Display Dimensions (W × H, Diag.) 117 mm × 89 mm, 146 mm (4.62 in. × 3.49 in., 5.76 in.)
Overall Dimensions (W × H × D) 209 mm x 128 mm x 36 mm, 58 mm at hand grip (8.2 in. x 5 in. x 1.4 in., 2.3 in. at hand grip)
Weight 890 g (1.95 lb), including lithium-ion battery
 

Instrument Inputs/Outputs

USB Ports (1) USB 1.1 Full Speed Host (Type A)
(1) USB 2.0 Full Speed Client (Type Mini B)
Video Output 1 digital video output
 

Environmental Ratings

IP Rating Ingress Protection (IP) engineered to IP67 (dust tight and water submersion) and IP65 (dust tight and water jets) per IEC 60529-2004 (Degrees of Protection provided by enclosures—IP Code). The product rating is confirmed by means of Olympus' internal design verification test process.
Explosive Atmosphere MIL-STD-810F, Method 511.4, Procedure 1.
Shock Tested MIL-STD-810F, Method 516.5, Procedure I, 6 cycles each axis, 15 g, 11 ms half sine.
Vibration Tested MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Procedure I, Annex C, Figure 6, general exposure: 1 hour each axis.
Operating Temperature -10 °C to 50 °C (14 °F to 122 °F)
Battery Storage Temperature 0 °C to 50 °C (32 °F to 122 °F)
 

Pulser

Pulser Turnable square wave
PRF 10 Hz to 2000 Hz in 10 Hz increments
Energy Settings 100 V, 200 V, 300 V, or 400 V
Pulse Width Adjustable from 25 nsec to 5,000 nsec (0.1 MHz) with PerfectSquare technology
Damping 50, 400 Ω

Receiver

Maximum Input Signal 20 Vp
Receiver Input Impedance 400 Ω ± 5%
Receiver Bandwidth DC to 26.5 MHz at -3 dB (standard version)
0.2 to 26.5 MHz at -3 dB (EN12668 compliant version)
Digital Filter Settings 8 digital filter sets (standard version)
7 digital filter sets (EN12668 compliant version)
Rectification Full-Wave, Positive Half-Wave, Negative Half-Wave, RF
System Linearity Horizontal: ± 0.5% FSW
Resolution 0.25% FSH, Amplifier Accuracy +/- 1dB
Reject 0 to 85% FSH in 1% increment positions
Amplitude Measurement 1.25% to 110% full screen height
Measurement Rate Equivalent to PRF in all modes (single shot)
 

Calibration

Automated Calibration Velocity, zero offset
Straight beam (first back wall or echo-to-echo)
Angle beam (sound path or depth)
Test Modes Pulse Echo, Dual, or Through Transmission
Units Millimeters, inches, or microseconds
Range 4.31 mm to 6,700 mm at 5,900 m/s (0.2320 in./μs)
Velocity 635 m/s to 15240 m/s (0.0250 in./μs to 0.6000 in./μs)
Zero Offset 0 to 750 μs
Display Delay -10 microseconds to 2203 microseconds
Refracted Angle 0° to 85° in 0.1° increments, then jump to 90°
 

Gates

Measurement Gates 2 fully independent flaw gates
Gate Start Variable over entire displayed range
Gate Width Variable over entire displayed range
Gate Height Variable from 2 to 95% full screen height in 1% increments
Alarms Positive and negative threshold/curve, minimum depth (gate 1 and gate 2)
 

Measurements

Measurement Display Locations 5 locations available (manual or auto selection)
GATE (1, 2) Thickness, sound path, projection, depth, amplitude, time-of-flight, min./max. depth, min./max. amplitude, sizing measurements based on mode
Measurement Display Locations User selects up to four measurements from either gate to display on the live screen.
Echo-to-echo Standard gate 2 – gate 1
DAC/TCG Standard, up to 50 points, 110 dB dynamic TCG range
Special DAC Modes Custom DAC (up to 6 curves), 20–80% view
Curved Surface Correction Standard OD or bar correction for angle beam measurements
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