With a 64-channel parallel architecture, GEKKO is the only flaw detector offering at the same time conventional UT, standard PAUT, TOFD and real-time Total Focusing Method (TFM). Some procedures require standard UT, others TOFD or PA. Why choose? With Gekko everything is included.

- 64:64 parallel channels

- + 4 additional TOFD

- Conventional UT channels

- International code compliance: ASME, AWS, API, ASTM, ISO-EN







Gekko is the first portable phased-array flaw detector capable of driving matrix arrays and to perform Total Focusing Methods (TFM) in real time. With state-of-the-art hardware and software, Gekko provides unique features and will continue to improve to follow specification evolutions.

- Real-time and Adaptive TFM

- Linear, Matrix and Dual arrays

- 3 axis management

- 3D imaging

- Cylindrical reconstruction




GEKKO software has been developed for all-level operators. The step-by-step interface is intuitive and simplifies the menus to reduce the risk for errors.

- All-level operators

- Step-by-step applications

- Calibration wizards

- Analysis and reporting tools





Flaw detector GEKKO is IP 66 allowing operators to bring it in the field without having to worry about rainy and dusty environments. GEKKO supports extreme weather conditions.

- 10.4‘’ Resistive touch screen

- Shock resistance according to MIL-STD-810G

- Dust & water resistant, IP66

- Operating temperatures ranging from -10°C to 45°C

- Storage temperature range from -10 to 60°C with battery

- Hot swap batteries

- Multi-group applications





L x W x H: 410mm x 284mm x 126mm 10.4‘’ high contrast resistive screen - resolution 1024x768 px
Operating temperature range: from -10°C to 45°C Weight: 6kg (without battery) ; 0,480g /battery
Storage temperature range: -10 to 60°C with battery IP66
3.5h batteries, hot swap Shock resistance according to MIL-STD-810G
standard phased-array
Linear scanning (E-Scan), sectorial scanning (S-Scan) Up to 2,048 delay-laws   |   Up to 8 groups
Multiple skewed sector scan for matrix and dual matrix array (DMA) CIVA fueled phased-array calculator
Maximum number of active channels: 64
real-time TFM
Max number of points of reconstructed image: 65K Sound paths: direct, half skip, full skip
Max TFM frame rate: 80fps Available modes: L, S and mode-converted paths
64 phased-array channels*:                                                                   4 conventional UT channels**:
Negative square pulse, width: 35ns to 1,250ns Negative square pulse, width: 35ns to 1,250ns
Voltage: 12V to 100V with 1V step Voltage: 12V to 200V with 1V step
Max. PRF: 20kHz Max. PRF: 20kHz
64 phased-array channels*:                                                                     4 conventional UT channels**:
Input impedance: 50 Ω Input impedance: 50 Ω
Frequency range: 0.4 to 20MHz Frequency range: 0.4 to 25MHz
Max. input signal: 1.2Vpp   |   TCG – ACG calibration wizard  |  AVG Max. input signal: 1.4Vpp
Gain: up to 120dB (0.1dB step) TCG – DAC calibration wizard
Cross-talk between two channels < 50 dB Gain: up to 120dB (0.1dB step)
Digitizing and real-time summation on 64 channels Summed data resolution: 16bits
FIR filters Max. sampling frequency: 100 MHz
Real-time averaging up to 32x Digitizing depth up to 16,384 points
Rectified, RF, envelope A-scan range or delay max 65,536 points
Hardware acquisition gates Max. data flow 50 MB/s on a 128Gb SSD (extensible up to 1 To)
Maximum number of acquisition gates: 16 Inspection data file size: up to 10Gb
A-Scan/Peak data recording Acquisition trigger on time, event, encoder
Free Viewer 800% amplitude range
A-Scan, B-Scan, C-Scan, D-Scan, Echodynamic Customisable inspection report
Analysis and reporting tools Compatibility with CIVA
1 IPEX connector for phased-array (can be upgraded to 2 with splitter) 4 LEMO 00 connectors for conventional UT
3 encoder inputs 1 external trigger
3 USB 2.0 Acquisition file transfer through Ethernet
16 analog inputs

Indicated values may change without notice.    

*Standard: EN ISO 18563-1 for phased array channels

**Standard: EN ISO 12668-1 for conventional channels