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Sergiu Musteatsa
Sergiu Musteatsa
03:42 Jun-29-1999
Automatical Time Varied Gain

Dear Sirs,

Our company is looking a Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with automatical Time Varied Gain. Could anybody advise us products that have such feature. I will really appreciate your help.

Sergiu Musteatsa,
NDT inspector,
Romania


 
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Norm Woodward
Norm Woodward
04:48 Jun-29-1999
Re: Automatical Time Varied Gain
: Dear Sirs,

: Our company is looking a Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with automatical Time Varied Gain. Could anybody advise us products that have such feature. I will really appreciate your help.

: Sergiu Musteatsa,
: NDT inspector,
: Romania

I am not familiar with "time varied gain", but if it means the ability to for the machine to automatically compensate for attenuation by increasing gain with distance, or time interval, many, if not most, flaw detectors have this feature. In the US, it is called "distance-amplitude correction" or DAC.

Norm Woodward


 
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Sergiu Musteatsa
Sergiu Musteatsa
05:57 Jun-29-1999
Re: Automatical Time Varied Gain
: : Dear Sirs,

: : Our company is looking a Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with automatical Time Varied Gain. Could anybody advise us products that have such feature. I will really appreciate your help.

: : Sergiu Musteatsa,
: : NDT inspector,
: : Romania

: I am not familiar with "time varied gain", but if it means the ability to for the machine to automatically compensate for attenuation by increasing gain with distance, or time interval, many, if not most, flaw detectors have this feature. In the US, it is called "distance-amplitude correction" or DAC.

: Norm Woodward

Dear Mr. Woodward,
Thank you for prompt answer. In my question I mean the ability to automatically calculate DAC for material under test. As far as I know most of flaw detectors use for correction stored setups.

Sergiu Musteatsa


 
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Wieslaw Bicz
Engineering,
PBP Optel sp. z o.o., Poland, Joined Feb 2009, 276

Wieslaw Bicz

Engineering,
PBP Optel sp. z o.o.,
Poland,
Joined Feb 2009
276
06:07 Jun-29-1999
Re: Automatical Time Varied Gain

: : : Dear Sirs,

: : : Our company is looking a Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with automatical Time Varied Gain. Could anybody advise us products that have such feature. I will really appreciate your help.

: : : Sergiu Musteatsa,
: : : NDT inspector,
: : : Romania

: : I am not familiar with "time varied gain", but if it means the ability to for the machine to automatically compensate for attenuation by increasing gain with distance, or time interval, many, if not most, flaw detectors have this feature. In the US, it is called "distance-amplitude correction" or DAC.

: : Norm Woodward

: Dear Mr. Woodward,
: Thank you for prompt answer. In my question I mean the ability to automatically calculate DAC for material under test. As far as I know most of flaw detectors use for correction stored setups.

: Sergiu Musteatsa

Dear Sirs,

If the flaw detector uses digital signal processing, it is possible to add such a function.
We can - for example - make it easily in our OPKUD device (see: http://www.optel.com.pl/manual/english/osc2.htm)

Sincerely

Wieslaw Bicz (Optel http://www.optel.com.pl)



 
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Vadim Gusarov
Vadim Gusarov
04:31 Jul-01-1999
Re: Automatical Time Varied Gain
: Dear Sirs,

: Our company is looking a Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with automatical Time Varied Gain. Could anybody advise us products that have such feature. I will really appreciate your help.

: Sergiu Musteatsa,
: NDT inspector,
: Romania

I think our new flaw-detector will suit you. For details contact me or visit our Internet page: www.votum.md


 
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