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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
Ultrasonic Imaging Flaw DetectorNDT Systems5, Huntington Beach, CA, USA
NDT Systems, Inc., once again is pleased to introduce a new and novel concept in Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors. The Raptor ushers in a new category of Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors by offering full imaging capability in a standard hand held flaw detector. Not only is the RAPTOR a high performance flaw detector offering features usually found on premium flaw detectors but it adds functionality including C-Scan, Dual Axis B-Scan, 3D, Pan & Zoom, Spreadsheet review mode and more.
Notable features of the RAPTOR Imaging Flaw Detector:
Fully sunlight readable 640x480 Pixel display. This display is the absolute leading edge technology in commercial flat panel displays. The viewing angle is 160 degrees in all axis making easy to view from any angle. The intensity is also adjustable from 10%-100%.
Simple Direct Access Keys to major menu items.
F1-F8 Context Sensitive Direct Access Keys
Sync: IP or IF - 1st, 1st-2nd, 2nd-3rd
(- to -), (- to +), (+ to -) and (+ to +) Gating , either IP-1st, 1st to 2nd or IF
Spike and Square Wave Pulsers are fully user adjustable. Spike voltage up to 350V and Square wave voltage to 400v, from 10 to 10,000ns in 5ns increments.
Rep Rate is automated or can be user adjustable from 1Hz (ONE Hertz) to 5KHz in
The RAPTOR also supports a growing list of available scanners from simple manual scanners to full production oriented scanners incorporating Stepper and Servo drives (via an optional external control unit). There are even lightweight battery powered scanners available providing controlled motion semi automated scanning capability. The picture to the left is demonstrating the RCA-10 battery powered Cantilever Arm Scanner. NO AC Power is required. The battery powered scanner is powered via an external battery pack incorporating the same battery as used in the RAPTOR instrument.
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