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Ultrasonic flaw Detector Omniscan X3

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Model Number: OmniScan X3
Condition: New
Location or Storage Country: Russia
Service Engineering Support: Yes
Warranty: No
Price: Call for price
Description:
The new OmniScan X3 phased array ultrasonic flaw detector is also reliable, portable, with many new features and options.
Overview:

The new OmniScan X3 is significantly faster than the OmniScan MX2.
3 different device configurations are available: 16: 64PR, 16: 128PR, 32: 128PR.
128 channel instrument modifications support up to 4 TFM-FMC groups simultaneously used.
64 channel device supports 2 groups.
128 channel devices support 64 element transducers, and 64 channel maximum 32 element FR-PEP.
GPS-module allows you to track the device on the ground, set its geolocation on the gas pipeline.

Advantages of the new OmniScan X3 flaw detector:

  • General Focus Method (TFM)
  • full matrix capture (FMC)
  • 2 additional Lemo00 connectors
  • USB 3.0 port
  • GPS
  • Wifi

Main characteristics

Dimensions (W x H x D)

335 x 221 x 151 mm

Weight

5.7 kg with one battery

The number of laws of focus

1024

Scan types

TFM-FMC, linear, sector, combined

Number of beamforming groups

8 for 128 channel modifications (or 4 TFM-FMC), 3 for 64 channel (2 FR and 1 TOFD, or 2 TFM-FMC)

Connectors

1 FR connector, 2 UT channels (4 Lemo00 connectors) / 1 UT channel (2 Lemo00 connectors) for 64 channel modifications

Number of batteries

1 or 2 hot-swappable

Display diagonal / resolution

26.9 cm (10.6 ") / 1280x768

Degree of enclosure protection

IP65

Operating temperature range

0 ° C to 45 ° C

The OmniScan X3 flaw detector is used in a wide range of areas, including control:

  • Assembly welds
  • Pressure tanks
  • Technological pipelines
  • Boiler pipes
  • Piping
  • Wind towers
  • Building structures
  • Corrosion-resistant and reinforced materials (austenitic, nickel and other coarse alloys)

A combination of various methods for efficient scanning of the entire weld zone.
It doesn’t matter if you use automatic, semi-automatic or manual scanning methods, the X3 supports a variety of ultrasound technologies. In some cases, you can combine techniques to increase the likelihood of detection and quick measurement of defect sizes.

  • Ultrasonic scanning device in pulse-echo mode
  • Traditional UZK
  • Flight time diffraction
  • Transmission Longitudinal Wavelength Control (TRL)
  • Surface wave
  • General Focus Method (TFM) and Full-Image Capture Method (FMC)

Advanced TOFD Technology
The simplified TOFD interface reduces the steps required for data collection and analysis. One TOFD calibration menu provides quick access to all controls.

Welding control and data analysis tools

  • Side-by-side presentation of data in OmniPC ™ software allows you to scan one side of the weld and compare it with the other side of the weld on one screen, which greatly facilitates defect assessment
  • OmniPC software's main toolbar provides quick access to commonly used controls during analysis

Designed to work in harsh environments

  • Bright, clear images on a 10.6-inch WXGA display
  • Responsive touch screen even when wearing gloves, in the rain, and using contact fluid
  • Protection class IP65 (complete protection against dust and water jets).
  • Compatible with Olympus splitters and accessories

Immediate readiness for work

  • Quick setup creation
  • The scan plan is a quick and intuitive way to set the parameters of the object, weld and acoustic coverage when using one or more groups. Use it to confirm the coverage of the scan and obtain a coverage image for the report.
  • 1-pass quick calibration
  • Fast, clear calibration using a tilt transducer.

Effective weld control

  • High accuracy of detection and measurement of defects
  • The method of general focusing (TFM) and the method of full-matrix capture (FMC) allow you to quickly detect vertical defects in the object. Presentation of two modes of wave propagation (FMC and TFM) allows you to simultaneously receive data in pulse-echo and samotandedem modes; With the FMC-TFM method, you get focused high-resolution images throughout the entire weld volume, as well as the geometrically correct representation of defects for better visualization.
  • Minimizes the number of re-scans
  • An extended range of high amplitudes (800%) allows you to analyze saturated signals from defects, for example, non-fusion, without re-scanning the control object
  • Overcomes difficulties in controlling austenitic welds
  • Support for Dual Linear Array ™ and Dual Matrix Array ™ transducers optimizes data for austenitic weld inspection.

Weld Control Solutions

  • The OmniScan X3 in combination with a scanner provides a complete turnkey solution for weld control.
  • Semi-and fully automatic solutions PV100 / PV200 for TOFD control
  • ChainSCANNER ™ Handheld Scanner for O-Ring Welds
  • COBRA® scanner for inspection of small pipe welds
  • WeldROVER ™ single-axis scanner with multiple transducers
  • SteerROVER ™ Remote-Controlled Motorized Scanner

5 reasons to upgrade to the new OmniScan X3:

1. Better to see once: Use clear TFM images (general focus method). OmniScan X3's advanced TFM flaw detector processing algorithm includes an envelope function that eliminates echoes and artifacts and identifies tiny defects, including high temperature hydrogen cracking (HTHA). Having seen the image, it is difficult not to believe in the reliability of the data.

2. Coverage of all angles: High-resolution TFM images obtained by FMC (full-matrix capture) are geometrically correct, which makes it easy to determine the position and orientation of the defect in the test object. You can also view and compare up to four different types of TFM modes at the same time, identifying defects with an unusual orientation.

3. Comparison and confirmation of data: New software tools provide even more advantages both during and after monitoring:

  • Forgot your scan plan? No problem! Create it online using the setup wizard. The simulator allows the operator to visualize the rays (including the TFM zone) and edit them as they wish, in the field. As part of the scan plan, the Acoustic Impact Map (AIM) generates a model that displays the point of highest detection sensitivity and the area with insufficient coverage.
  • During the control, you can use the combined data presentation mode to compare the results of various modes of wave propagation (up to 4). This will allow you to determine the type of defect detected and correctly position the cursors, optimizing the accuracy of measuring the depth.
  • OmniPC ™ data analysis software provides the ability to simultaneously view and compare on screen two different control files. This is especially convenient, for example, for viewing the weld from two sides, placing the images side by side, or for tracking the dynamics of the defect.

4. Optimal control speed: Visualization of multigroups, large files, a range of high amplitudes of 800% and a simplified menu structure are just some of the functions that will allow you to speed up the control process. The analysis is much faster, thanks to flexible and advanced means of data interpretation, including TFM images.

5. Minimum setup time: you can immediately get to work, thanks to special functions that simplify the configuration of the device and make the process more efficient:

  • Improved Quick Calibration (Sensitivity, Temporary Sensitivity Adjustment [VLC])
  • Multi-group configuration at the same time
  • Simplified calibration check for saved settings
  • One TOFD (Time Diffraction) Menu

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