DFX-7 Flaw Detector & Thickness Gauge

$3,650.00
#804055
Dakota Ultrasonics DFX-7 Flaw Detector & Thickness Gauge
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Description
The Best of Both Worlds: DFX-7 Flaw Detector & Thickness Gauge

Flaw Detector
Sizing Toolkits: DAC, AWS, TCG, DGS.
Exception visibility in sunlight (AMOLED) color VGA display (320240 pixels).
P.R.F. - 8 to 333 Hz, adjustable.
Screen Refresh Rate: Adjustable 60 & 120.
Detection: Z-Cross, Flank & Peak

Thickness Gauge
Automatic: probe zero, probe recognition, and Temperature compensation.
Measurement: Variety of modes to address a number of applications.
Large data storage with multiple formats: Alpha numeric grid and sequential w/auto identifier.
Windows PC & MAC OSX interface software.
2 year limited warranty.

General
Size: 2.5W x .5H x 1.24D in (63.5 x 165 x 31.5mm).
Weight: 14 ounces (.397kgs), with batteries.
Case: Extruded aluminum body with nickel plated aluminum end caps (gasket sealed).
Display: 1/4 VGA AMOLED color display (320 x 240 pixels). Viewable area 1.7 x 2.27 in (43.2 x 57.6 mm). 16 color pallete, multiple color options, and variable brightness.
Screen Refresh Rate: Selectable 60 or 120Hz.
Display Views: Flaw Detector: Full wave, +/- Rectified, or RF. Thickness Gauge: Digits, +/- Rectified, RF, or B-Scan.
Timing: Precision 25MHz TCXO with single shot 100 MHz 8 bit ultra low power digitizer.
Measurement Gates: Two independent gates (Flaw), and three gates (thickness). Start & width adjustable over full range. Amplitude 5-95%, 1% steps. Positive or negative triggering for each gate with audible and visual alarms.
Operating Temperature: 14 to 140F (-10C to 60C).
Environmental: Meets IP65 requirements.

Receiver
Gain: 0 to 110dB with 0.2dB resolution. Manual
and AGC control.
Damping: 50, 75, 100, 300, 600, & 1500 ohms.
Frequency Bands: DFX-7 & 7+: Broadband 1.8 -
19 MHz (-3dB).

Certification
Thickness Gauge: Factory calibration traceable to NIST & MIL-STD-45662A.
Flaw Detector: EN12668-1 compliant
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