Ultrasonic Test System features fully integrated strobe light.

Press Release Summary:

Ultraprobe® 15,000 Touch features strobe light that lets users determine and store RPM of rotating asset, enhancing on-board diagnostics capability and lending increased detail to reports. Sized for handheld operation, this fully integrated, ultrasonic condition monitoring tool offers such additional on-board features as spectral analysis, camera, IR thermometer, laser pointer, and touchscreen display. Diverse instrument operations are supported by included software.

Original Press Release:

A Fully Integrated Strobe Light has Been Added to UE Systems "State of the Art" Ultraprobe 15,000

Elmsford, NY – A strobe light has been added to UE Systems Ultraprobe® 15,000 Touch Ultrasonic Condition Monitoring System This new feature will allow users to quickly determine and store the RPM of a rotating asset, enhancing on board diagnostics capability and lending even more detail to the already extensive reporting capability of the system.

According to Doug Waetjen, CMRP, VP of Global Operations for UE Systems, “This new strobe light feature takes the guess work out of bearing fault detection by setting spectral markers up on the exact place you are looking for bearing faults to occur.”

The Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch is a fully integrated condition monitoring tool that fits in the palm of your hand with additional on-board features such as spectral analysis, camera, infrared thermometer, laser pointer, and a large easy to read display panel. Instrument operations are supported by software that lets users plan/review routes; review historical record data, baseline sound spectra, generate reports, create alarm groups, produce trend charts and much more.

For further information on the Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch and this new strobe light technology visit www.uesystems.com and click on the link to access the 15,000 Touch profile page, which includes a short video and printer-friendly brochure.

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