The MULTIX++ full parallel architecture provides uncompromised performance. Ideal to optimize inspection speed, MULTIX++ systems are able to drive up to 256 channels in parallel. Usable directly with its dedicated software or remotely through third-party applications. The software handles complex configurations can be setup with the software.






MultiX++ systems can perform electronic and/or sectorial scanning, Full Matrix Capture (FMC), pulse-echo, pitch-catch acquisitions with standard UT, TOFD,  linear, matrix, TRL, personalized 2D… phased-array probes with up to 256 elements.


Designed for the inspection of complex composite structure, the Surface Adapting ULtrasound (SAUL) technique enables the inspection of components with varying geometries (flat, concave, convex surfaces), using a unique configuration. Used by Aircraft manufacturers and their suppliers, SAUL is the perfect tool for the inspection of complex composite components.
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Smart flexible probes, co-designed by CEA and IMASONIC, are phased-array probes (linear or matrix) with a conformable front-face and a real-time profilometer. The M2M software plug-in, named SMART, handles those probes. Further, SMART is able to maintain in real-time the characteristics of the ultrasonic beam as the probe moves along complex components.


Natively included in the MultiX++ systems, this inspection mode optimizes parallel firing of multiple apertures (on the same or distinct probes). It is designed to improve the productivity while maintaining the same resolution as the one achieved with an electronic scanning.
Moreover, FAST can even achieve higher speeds when firing the entire aperture of the array combined with an electronic scanning in reception . The time necessary for this process is the time of a single shot. Ideal for inspection of thick structures demanding speed.
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Hardware acquisition gates, software gates, synchronization of gates

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


Customized focusing, electronic scanning, sectorial scanning,
full matrix capture (FMC)

Pulse-echo and transmit-receive modes, DDF with dynamic aperture

2GB hardware RAM (enabling fast multiplexing),

Corrected images (e.g., sectorial B-Scan, C-Scan)


Adjustable voltage: 30 to 200V with 1V step

Negative rectangular pulse

Adjustable width: 30 ns to 625 ns, step of 2.5 ns

Rise time < 10 ns (200V, 50 Ω)

Max. PRF: 30 KHz


Bandwidth: 0.8 to 20MHz

Adjustable gain on each channel from 0 to 80 dB

Cross-talk between two channels > 50 dB

Max. input signal amplitude: 0.8 Vpp

Adjustable analog DAC on 80 dB (max. 40 dB/µs) synchronized on events


Digitizing and real-time summation on 32-channel boards

Max. sampling frequency: 100 MHz (adjustable from 100 MHz to 6.6 MHz)

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

Range: 16 bits

FIR filters

Input impedance: 50 Ω

Digitizing depth: up to 50,000 samples (16,000 samples max. per elementary channel)

hardware / firmware configuration

Parallel summations for fast data acquisition / beam forming

Parallel architecture: 32-, 64-, 128-, and 256-channel systems are available

FPGA on CPU-board

Windows-based PC, USB2 link between Hardware and PC (desktop or laptop)


CIVA subset into Multi2000 software, complete description of the inspection configuration

Focal-laws and associated ultrasonic field computation

Compatibility with CIVA, NDT kit / ULTIS



32: 1 Hypertronix connector      64,128: 2 Hypertronix connectors       256: 4 Hypertronix

8 encoders input, 31 analog input + 1 synchro output

2 switch, 4 TTL inputs, 4 TTL outputs

8 analog outputs, 2 open collector, 1 I/O  synchro,1 USB2

16 analog inputs, 4 LEMO connectors (type 00) (up to 8 optional)


32, 64, 128: L x W x H: 236 mm x 376 mm x 266 mm

Weight: ~9.5 kg

256: L x W x H:  342 mm x 376 mm x 266 mm

Weight: ~13 kg

 Indicated values may change without notice.