USLT USB Spot Weld Instrument
The USLT USB is an intelligent interface between the ultrasonic sensor and a standard PC, which is used for display and analysis. Its compact aluminum chassis contains all the necessary pulser and receiver electronics. It connects to an ultrasonic sensor on one end and can be plugged into any standard computer through a USB connection on the other. This allows for optimal operation via keyboard, mouse or (even) touch screen.
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Features and Benefits
The USLT USB is now available in a bundle with a Panasonic Toughbook CF-20 – the state-of-the-art detach-able laptop from Panasonic – and a custom-made carrying pouch in which the USLT USB can be stored during operation. The laptop can convert into a tablet, allowing the user to easily carry the integrated USLT/Laptop package to the spot welds in the production environment.
The USLT USB is an intelligent interface between the ultrasonic sensor and a standard PC. Its compact aluminum chassis contains all the necessary pulser and receiver electronics. It connects to an ultrasonic sensor on one end and can be plugged into any standard computer through a USB connection on the other.
Its top performance is the essence of the USLT USB. It excels with high measuring accuracy and a wide frequency range. In addition, the spot checker offers a wide range of features that allow you to customize the instrument, for example a choice of echo display mode to assist evaluation, the ability to superimpose a stored test display onto a live A-scan to compare results or the ability to record echo dynamics and simultaneously display real time signals.
The Ultralog & database manager software packages has been updated to support Microsoft Windows 10. It can be used to analyze A-scan echo displays and allows flaws to be classified into detailed categories. The software’s extensive database also allows the management of specific inspection plans, tailored to suit particular manufacturing processes.