Eddy current tester

  • 11-Apr-2013 04:17 EDT
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The portable four-frequency eddy current instrument from UniWest offers single- and multi-frequency eddy current inspection, good signal-to-noise ratio, frequency mixing capabilities, USB and Ethernet data storage, digital strip chart data collection, and a color display. The device’s strong signal-to-noise and filtering capabilities allow for inspection in applications normally outside of the scope of portable eddy current equipment. The instrument’s primary advantage is its ability to be integrated into an automated system. It can be connected to a laptop, PC, and motion controllers for use in semi- or fully automated data collection applications—such as surface inspection of aircraft fuselages or measurement of critical engine wear using a 32-element probe.

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