Eddy current inspection instrument

  • 18-Feb-2013 10:29 EST
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UniWest Corp.’s US-525M single- or multi-channel eddy current instrument is designed to detect surface defects in metals, and its exceptional signal-to-noise ratio enables the unit to detect smaller flaws that other instruments may miss. The rugged, rack-mounted instrument can be integrated into a semi- or fully automatic inspection system to provide reliable nondestructive testing in an inline production environment. It is ideal for bar, tube, wire, and specialty component testing needs. It offers up to eight channels, with a frequency range of 20 Hz to 10 Mz, 32-GB data storage, I/O capability, and an integral digital strip chart, as well as USB and ethernet control and data transfer.

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