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Test & Measuring Instruments -> Probes -> Sound Probes


Sound Probes



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Ultrasonic Probes




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Phased Array Wheel Probe inspects composite materials.

Phased Array Wheel Probe inspects composite materials.

Olympus Corp.    Bridgeport, CT 06607
Jul 15, 2014 Replacing full 2-D encoding systems, RollerFORM facilitates immersion-like ultrasonic testing of composites and other smooth-surfaced materials that are used in aerospace industry. Wheel tire is made from material that closely matches acoustic impedance of water, permitting efficient transmission of energy to part without unwanted echoes, and obtaining 1 mm near-surface resolution in composites when using 5 MHz probe model. For thicker materials, 3.5 MHz model is available.

Oscilloscope Probes measure current or voltage signals.

Rigol Technologies, USA Inc.    Oakwood Village, OH 44146
Jul 11, 2013 Designed to fit any Rigol oscilloscope, current probes RP1003C/RP1004C/RP1005C measure higher speed transient currents up to 100 MHz when used with the RP1000P external power supply. Probes RP1001C/RP1002C enable direct measurements of currents up to 1 MHz or 100 A DC. Respectively intended for 25/50/100 MHz applications, RP1025D/RP1050D/RP1100D are passive, high voltage differential probes designed for voltage measurements up to thousands of Vpp.

Phased Array Probes offer frequencies from 1-10 MHz.

GE Inspection Technologies, GmbH    Huerth 50354  Germany
Nov 10, 2006 Compatible with phased array flaw detection equipment, Phased Array Ultrasonic Immersion Transducers can be supplied in flat and curved configurations and can have 32, 64, or 128 computer-controlled elements. Single probe can perform inspection tasks that normally require large numbers of conventional probes or multiple scanning passes. Real-time, sector scan imaging of phased array provides integrated, cross-sectional visualization of any area or component under inspection.

Tank Monitoring System uses ultrasonic probe.

Lincoln Industrial    St. Louis, MO 63120 1578
Feb 01, 2006 Basing tank level readings on real-time fluid levels, Model LFC electronically manages, maintains, and verifies product delivery and inventory. System automatically provides independent verification of amount delivered. Managing up to 16 ultrasonic tank gauge probes by tracing volumes and monitoring warning levels, system uses modem to link oil company to customers. Remote transfer of data is secured with site IDs, security codes, and keypad phone numbers.

Probes use ultrasound or radar to measure fill levels.

Probes use ultrasound or radar to measure fill levels.

Siemens AG    Munich D-80333  Germany
Aug 20, 2004 Two-conductor, Sitrans Probes LU and LR continually measure fill level of storage tanks and process vessels, as well as flow rate in open flumes. Interference echoes are automatically filtered out to ensure reliable analysis of echo signals. Ultransonic transceiver, Model LU offers 12 m measuring range in liquids and slurries, while radar level transmitter, Model LR operates at 5.8 GHz or in North America at 6.3 GHz with measuring range of 0.3-20 m.

Ultrasonic Probes have self-cleaning transducers.

Abm - Sensor Technology Inc.    Peterborough, ON K9J 6W6
Mar 22, 2002 Ultrasonic Probes, with 1, 1.5 and 2 NPT mountings, are insensitive to mountings and, with transceiver and smart signal processing, eliminate echos from tank walls, standpipes, and other buildups. Built-in communication with PC allows storage of current output and temperature in data logger. Probes connect to network using RS485 with company's protocol and Modbus RTU.




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