Tablet UT System
MISTRAS has developed Tablet UT™, a convenient, portable Ultrasonic Testing (UT) system with the power, functionality, and features of a computer. From that fusion comes unparalleled connectivity and versatility harnessed within an industry-leading 10.4-inch dynamic touchscreen display. This breed of features and functions puts the Tablet UT™ on the cutting edge of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) equipment - a position MISTRAS has led since the 1970s.
The Tablet UT™ is a high-speed data acquisition and imaging system that provides full A-,B-, and C-Scan displays, thickness testing and data logging, RF spectrum analysis with waveform storage, Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD), flaw detection, and corrosion mapping.
But what sets the Tablet UT™ apart is its on-board image replay and analysis capabilities. Since the Tablet UT™ is both testing system and computer, it has the power and versatility not only to allow users to perform UT testing but also analyze the results seamlessly.
Integrated Result Analysis
No longer do users have to export data from the testing system to analyze results. Instead, they can remain in the field and perform their image replay analysis, which allows for further examination depending on test results. The Tablet UT™ also comes with up to three-axis motion control with 1, 2, or 3-axis encoder inputs and four-function pulser.
Versatile Connectivity Options
Nor does a user ever have to leave the field to transmit or share test results. Thanks to the Tablet UT™'s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, users can wirelessly transmit results and data in real-time. And with Ethernet and two USB outputs, the Tablet UT™ has the versatility, power, and scalability of an industrial computer.
Powerful Hardware & Software
Built on a mult-icore platform, the Tablet UT™ runs Microsoft™ Windows 7™ operating system along with UTwin™/Tablet UTwin™, giving it the functionality, personality, and features of a lab computer. It comes with up to 256 GB mSATA of storage and 8GB of operational memory allowing users to store test results and analysis - including RF Waveforms.Read More (PDF)…
Pocket UT® System
MISTRAS offers the innovative Pocket UT®, a battery-operated, handheld, stand-alone, full C-Scan data acquisition system. Its portability and ease of use, coupled with its full A-, B- and C-Scan capabilities and optional TOFD capability, make the Pocket UT® System (along with available companion scanners or other compatible devices) ideal for on-site inspection applications. It quickly assesses the presence, depth, shape, and orientation of cracks, flaws, corrosion/erosion, delamination, and internal anomalies in a variety of structures, materials, and surfaces.
The Pocket UT® can operate as a conventional thickness meter (for spot readings), a basic flaw detector with RF display and alarm gates, or in either active B-Scan or full C-Scan modes. The system has a bright, back-lit LCD color touchscreen, and an easy-to-use keypad for fast entry of common commands and data.
Rugged and Portable
Weighing approximately 2 lbs. (.9 kg), the Pocket UT® uses the Windows-CE™ operating system and integrates all ultrasonic components together in a rugged, rubber-encased enclosure. With a user-replaceable and rechargeable battery pack, the system can also operate via the included 100-240 Volt AC/DC adapter/charger. The system includes internal spike, square wave, and tone burst UT pulser/receiver, data acquisition software, motion control hardware and software, signal capture, display, analysis, replay, transfer, or storage. Companion scanners include automated or manual X-Y scanners (using a variety of transducers), or a single-axis RUS Scanner.
Top 10 Applications for Pocket UT®
- Impact damage assessment on composites
- Lightning strike inspection aircraft
- Delamination evaluation in composites
- TOFD weld inspection
- Rope access UT inspection
- Boiler tube thickness evaluation
- Flow accelerated corrosion mapping
- EPRI CHECWORKS compatible for nuclear
- Bridge gusset plate corrosion assessment
- Rapid pipe thickness scans for wall loss