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Jhon Possu
Jhon Possu
00:26 Jul-22-2008
Need Focused Transducers!

Dear Everybody,
I am looking for a couple of focused transducers; but so far the best lead time I have found is about 12 weeks.
Do you have any idea where can I get them faster?
The main specs are:
I want to generate intensity in the order of 300-400 w/cm2 at the focus.
Frequency: between 1 and 2 MHz
Focal Distance: 2-3"
Low Damping
Diameter: 1 Inch
Beamwidth: about 0.06"

Thank you very much for your help.


    
 
 
Michel Couture
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 826

Michel Couture

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
826
00:53 Jul-23-2008
Re: Need Focused Transducers!
Hi John,

I think with your requirement it is to be expected. Hope someone come through for you.

Michel
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear Everybody,
: I am looking for a couple of focused transducers; but so far the best lead time I have found is about 12 weeks.
: Do you have any idea where can I get them faster?
: The main specs are:
: I want to generate intensity in the order of 300-400 w/cm2 at the focus.
: Frequency: between 1 and 2 MHz
: Focal Distance: 2-3"
: Low Damping
: Diameter: 1 Inch
: Beamwidth: about 0.06"
: Thank you very much for your help.
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 
Michiel Engel
Michiel Engel
00:57 Jul-24-2008
Re: Need Focused Transducers!
Dear Mr Possu,

We might be able to meet your specs. Please, contact me for further discussion at probes@applusrtd.com.

With best regards,
Michiel Engel


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear Everybody,
: I am looking for a couple of focused transducers; but so far the best lead time I have found is about 12 weeks.
: Do you have any idea where can I get them faster?
: The main specs are:
: I want to generate intensity in the order of 300-400 w/cm2 at the focus.
: Frequency: between 1 and 2 MHz
: Focal Distance: 2-3"
: Low Damping
: Diameter: 1 Inch
: Beamwidth: about 0.06"
: Thank you very much for your help.
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 

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