Olympus OmniScan MX 32:128 PR Phased Array for sale includes;
- Olympus OmniScan MX 32:128 PR Ultrasonic Phased Array Flaw Detector
- Battery Pack
- AC Adapter/Charger
- Power Cord
- User Manual On Cd-ROM
- Carrying Case
Olympus OmniScan MX Phased Array Flaw Detector
The Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector is a portable flaw detecting instrument with a high acquisition rate capable of conducting ultrasound, phased array and eddy current inspection. Versatile in its module options, technicians rent this device to perform TOFD, pulse-echo, o-degree, c-scan, and a variety of eddy current and phased array tests for avionic and military applications. The Olympus OmniScan MX's built-in OmniScan connector physically identifies and recognizes the probe connected, automatically setting the probe to an appropriate frequency and thus mitigating the risk of probe damage. Olympus OmniScan MX models display your test results on a 21 cm, 800 x 600 pixel LCD screen, store the data via a CompactFlash card or a standard USB storage device and offer a minimum of 6 hours run life with two batteries.
With hundreds of units used throughout the world, the R/D Tech OmniScan MX is Olympus NDT’s most successful modular and portable phased array and eddy current array test unit. The OmniScan family includes the innovative phased array and eddy current array test units, as well as the eddy current and conventional ultrasound modules, all designed to meet the most demanding requirements of NDT. The OmniScan MX offers a high acquisition rate and powerful software features in a portable, modular mainframe to efficiently perform manual and automated inspections.
Rugged, Portable, and Battery-Operated
The OmniScan is built to work in the harshest field conditions. Its solid polycarbonatebased casing and rubber bumpers make it a rugged instrument that can withstand drops and shocks.
The OmniScan is so compact and lightweight (only 4.6 kg) that it can be carried easily and handled anywhere inside or outside. The OmniScan will run 6 hours with its two Li-ion batteries.
The highly legible 8.4-inch real-time display (60-Hz A-scan refresh rate) with a SVGA resolution of 800 x 600 allows you to clearly see defects and details under any light conditions. A scroll knob and function keys make it easy to browse through and select functions. A mouse and a keyboard can also be plugged in for users looking for a more PC-like interface.
The instrument is a modular platform that allows you to switch among its different test modules on location. The platform detects the new module and the technology supported so that the configuration and test environment are set automatically.
The OmniScan connector has a probe ID feature that enables physical detection and recognition of the probe connected to the mainframe.
- Sets the probe to an appropriate frequency to prevent probe damage
- Sets C-scan resolution of ECA probes
- Loads the correct probe parameters
- Girth Weld Inspection: Olympus NDT has developed a circumferential weld inspection system based on the OmniScan PA for the oil and gas industry. This phased array system is qualified to inspect tube with diameters ranging from 48 mm to 1524 mm and thicknesses from 5 mm to 25 mm in compliance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section V. The semiautomated system offers better inspection speed and detection, and makes the interpretation of the indications significantly easier.
- Pressure Vessel Weld Inspection: The combination of time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) and pulse-echo techniques means that the complete inspection is done in a single scan, significantly reducing the inspection time when compared to conventional raster scanning or radiography. Inspection results are available instantaneously, allowing you to spot a problem with the welding equipment and fix it right away. Based on our vast experience in the nuclear and petrochemical industries, this system includes all the functions that are needed for code-compliant weld inspections.
- Scribe Marks Inspection with No Paint Removal: The Flight Standards Information Bulletin for Airworthiness (FSAW 03-10B), issued on November 2003, report damage along fuselage skin lap joints, butt joints, and other areas of several aircraft caused by the use of sharp tools used during paint and sealant removal. The OmniScan allows the scribe marks inspection to be done without paint removal which is a huge time saver. The inspection is done in a single pass using 60º to 85º SW sector scans. OmniScan PA is now referenced in the Boeing NTM manuals, 737 NDT Manual, Part 4, 53-30-06, July 2005.
- Aircraft Fuselage Inspection: The OmniScan ECA (eddy current array) provides the ability to detect hidden corrosion and cracks in multilayer structures. Currently, material loss of 10% of the lap splice thickness can be detected in aluminum at a depth of 0.2 in. Surface and subsurface cracks can be detected in the skin, at the fastener, or at the lap joint edges.
- Time-of-Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Testing: TOFD is a technique that uses two probes in pitch-and-catch mode. TOFD detects and records signals diffracted from defect tips for both detection and sizing. The TOFD data is displayed in a grayscale B-scan view. TOFD offers wide coverage and amplitudeindependent sizing compliant with the ASME-2235 code.
- One-line scan for full-volume inspection
- Setup independent of weld configuration
- Very sensitive to all kinds of defects and unaffected by defect orientation
- TOFD and Pulse-Echo Testing: While TOFD is a very powerful and efficient technique, its coverage is limited as a result of two inspection dead zones: one dead zone is near the surface, the other is at the backwall. The OmniScan® UT allows inspections that simultaneously combine TOFD with conventional pulse echo. Pulse echo complements TOFD, covering the dead zones
- TOFD inspection
- 45º pulse echo for weld cap inspection on either side of the weld
- 60º pulse echo for weld root inspection on either side of the weld
- 0-Degree Testing (Corrosion and Composite): 0-degree testing measures the time-of-flight and amplitude of ultrasonic echoes reflecting from the part into gates in order to detect and measure defects.
- C-scan imaging
- Full A-scan recording with C-scan postprocessing
- Ultrasound Transducers: Olympus NDT offers a selection of thousands of transducers in standard frequencies, element diameters, and connector styles.
- Contact and immersion transducers
- Dual transducers
- Angle-beam transducers and wedge
- Replaceable delay line transducers
- Protected face transducers
- Normal incidence shear-wave transducers