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Chris Coughlin
Chris Coughlin
00:42 Feb-21-2001
Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board

Does anyone know of a low frequency (100 kHz to 500 kHz) ultrasonic pulser/receiver PC plug-in board on the market?

Thanks in advance,
Chris


    
 
 
John O'Brien
Consultant, -
Chevron ETC , USA, Joined Jan 2000, 278

John O'Brien

Consultant, -
Chevron ETC ,
USA,
Joined Jan 2000
278
00:26 Feb-22-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
Try Physical Acoustics Princeton New Jersey www.pacndt.com. They had a PAC-IPR-90 Boards which went down to 100 Khz.


    
 
 
Wolfgang Hillger
Engineering
Ing.Büro/DLR, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 5

Wolfgang Hillger

Engineering
Ing.Büro/DLR,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
5
09:14 Feb-22-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
: Does anyone know of a low frequency (100 kHz to 500 kHz) ultrasonic pulser/receiver PC plug-in board on the market?
.
: Thanks in advance,
: Chris
.
Dear Chris,
our pulser/receiver PC-board HILL-SCAN 3041 with a frequency range from <1 kHz to 10 MHz (-3 dB) is optimized for low frequency applications. Please find a description on our hompage www.Dr-Hillger.de.
For low frequency ultrasonic testing, a rectangular or burst transmitter provides about 12 dB higher amplitudes than a common spike pulser. Such a transmitter on a PC-board is our HILL-SCAN 3100.




    
 
 
Rolf D. on behalf of Dr. Hillger
Engineering
Ing.Büro/DLR, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 5

Rolf D. on behalf of Dr. Hillger

Engineering
Ing.Büro/DLR,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
5
09:49 Feb-22-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
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Rolf Diederichs

: : Does anyone know of a low frequency (100 kHz to 500 kHz) ultrasonic pulser/receiver PC plug-in board on the market?
: .
: : Thanks in advance,
: : Chris
: .
: Dear Chris,
: our pulser/receiver PC-board HILL-SCAN 3041 with a frequency range from <1 kHz to 10 MHz (-3 dB) is optimized for low frequency applications. Please find a description on our hompage www.Dr-Hillger.de.
: For low frequency ultrasonic testing, a rectangular or burst transmitter provides about 12 dB higher amplitudes than a common spike pulser. Such a transmitter on a PC-board is our HILL-SCAN 3100.
:
.



    
 
 
Michael H. Dalichow
Michael H. Dalichow
00:53 Feb-22-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
Dear Chris:
Quality Network, Inc. (QNET) offers pulser/receiver and A/DC boards for various applications. The standard frequency range of 500kHz to 20MHz can be complimented with optional frequency filters ranging from 20kHz to 27MHz, and we can provide you with virtually any brad or narrow band filter within this range. For more information please logon to http://www.qnetworld.com/ultrasonic_testing/pcus_11.html.
I you have any questions please send email or call (973) 726-8399.
Sincerely, Michael


    
 
 
Wieslaw Bicz
Wieslaw Bicz
00:59 Feb-22-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
: Does anyone know of a low frequency (100 kHz to 500 kHz) ultrasonic pulser/receiver PC plug-in board on the market?
.
: Thanks in advance,
: Chris
.
We can offer you such board (with PCI connector and external pulser, that can be adapted to your needs).

Wieslaw Bicz



    
 
 
Hanspeter Loertscher
Hanspeter Loertscher
00:38 Feb-23-2001
Re: Low Frequency UT Pulser/Receiver Board
: Does anyone know of a low frequency (100 kHz to 500 kHz) ultrasonic pulser/receiver PC plug-in board on the market?
.
: Thanks in advance,
: Chris
.
We at QMI can offer you a PCI card for ultrasonic testing in the frequency range of 30kHz to 1 MHz. The card is mounted in a metal case for shielding purposes and is used for multichannel systems. QMI recently installed an air-coupled ultrasonic scanning system using 8 of these cards. This system was presented at the WCNDT in Rome as paper idn209. See ndt.net.


    
 
 

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