HA-701W | Ultrasonic Flaw Detection System
[Measurement Equipment [ Other measurement equipment ]]
- Displays A-mode, B-mode and C-mode image on the screen altogether and enables easy detection of flaw in the object.
- Different frequency of ultrasonic concave probes can be selected suite to the object material, size and type of flaw.
- Applicable to internal flaw detection of semiconductor, ceramics, resin, metal, cast metal
- Different type of flaw, such as cracks, voids or bonding defect
- Ultrasonic travels through non-transparent material and enables non-destructive observation.
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Flaw detection Frequency 5 - 50 MHz standard probe*1
25 MHz (spot size: 200 μm) Image capture function
Display A, B, C mode
Variable C-mode area
max. number of image capture Simultaneous capture of 8 images Image data capture system Cursor sampling (Gate 4n sec)
Gate hold sampling (4n sec - 38.4 μsec)
Tracking gate sampling (4n sec - 38.4μsec)
A/D sampling frequency 500 MSPS Scanner
X, Y, Z stage scanning
Stage travel distance
140 x 140 x 50 mm
(X x Y x Z axis)
Scan speed max 400 mm/sec
Visual field size
Free size Scan step X, Y: 10 μm, Z: 4 μm Image display
17" color LCD Resolution
1,280 x 1,024 pixels
Voltege 100V AC Power 600 VA Weight Main unit
Display: 4.6kg, Main unit: 17 kg
38 kg Dimension
Main unit Display:374ｘ195ｘ378
main unit: 177 x 480 x 427
Scanner 470 x 560 x 300 OS WindowsⓇ7
*1: Probe selection
Spot size Hi-frequency transmitter/ receiver *option
10 MHｚ 500 μm N/A Standard 25 MHｚ 200 μm N/A *option 50 MHｚ 100 μm *option *option 100 MHz 50 μm
●Rotary scanner ●Ultrasonic probe
●Hi-frequency transmitter/ receiver TRX
A-scope, B-scope, C-scope
The basic wave pattern indication of flaw detection.
It indicates reflected echo intensity (wave patterns) received by a probe and the transit time of ultrasound (distance) on the rectangular coordinates.
Tomography, or cross-sectional profile, through one vertical slice of a sample. It indicates the location of a probe and the transit time of ultrasound (distance) on the rectangular coordinates.
The intensity of echo in the A-scope wave pattern is modulated by brightness or color, and the brightness (or color) of a dot on the coordinates is proportional to the intensity of the echo.
The existence, distribution and location is determined intuitively.
Tomography, or cross-sectional profile, through one horizontal slice of a sample. The image of C-scope is similar to that of an optical microscope. The echo intensity received at a fixed depth is modulated by intensity. The distribution of flaws on the horizontal plane is more easily determined.