MULTI2000 Pocket CH


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SPECIFICATIONS

 

acquisition Acquisition trigger on event (threshold, echo, etc.), acquisition on user-specified trigger (e.g., time, coder)
Choice of data (e.g., RF, peaks, elementary A-Scan), real-time imaging, user-specified configuration
Public file format for parameters (XML) and data (binary), max. data flow 30 MB/s
phased-array Custom focusing, electronic scanning, sectorial scanning, DDF
Inspection modes: pulse-echo and transmit-receive modes
Fast multiplexing, corrected images (e.g., sectorial B-Scan, C-Scan)
pulsers Adjustable voltage: 10 to 80V with 1V step, negative rectangular pulse
Adjustable width: 30 ns to 625 ns, step of 2.5 ns, rise time < 10 ns (80V, 50 Ω), max. PRF: 30 KHz
receivers Bandwidth: 0.8 to 20MHz, adjustable gain on each channel from 0 to 80 dB
Adjustable analog DAC on 50 dB (max. 40 dB/µs) synchronized on events
Cross-talk between two channels > 50 dB, max. input signal amplitude: 0.8 Vpp
digitizer Max. sampling frequency: 100 MHz (adjustable from 100 MHz to 6.6 MHz), range: 10 bits
Input impedance: 50 Ω, global delay: 0 up to 1.6 ms, step of 10 ns
Delay-laws at transmission/reception: 0 to 20 µs, step of 2.5 ns
Digitizing depth: up to 50,000 samples (8,000 samples max. per elementary channel)
embedded processors FPGA on CPU board
hardware configuration Multiplexed architecture: 16x64 *
NDT simulation CIVA subset into Multi2000 software, complete description of the inspection configuration
Focal-laws and associated ultrasonic field computation
compatibility CIVA, NDT kit / ULTIS
platform Windows-based PC, USB2 link between Hardware and PC (desktop or laptop)
dimensions L x W x H: 212mm x 145mm x 70mm
Weight: ~1,3kg (battery included)
I-O 1 Hypertronix connectors, 3 encoders input, 1 external trigger
1 USB2, 2 LEMO connectors (type 00)
External power supply input

Performance may be reduced depending on the settings.
* A 8x32 version, co-developed with Airbus Group, also exists.