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USONIC 8 / ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
USONIC 8 / ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008
ISONIC 2008

DEMO UNIT - ISONIC 2008 (8 channels, also for TOFD)

Delivery time: 3 - 4 weeks
€9,900.00
Delivery time: 3 - 4 weeks

A product from the technical leader in Phased Array and TOFD technology

 SONOTRON NDT :

8-Channel Portable Ultrasonic Flaw Detector And Recorder

THIS IS A USED DEMO EQUIPMENT!

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8-Channel Portable Ultrasonic Flaw Detector And Recorder

  • Affordable Portable AUT Solution
  • Single Channel and Multi-Channel Inspection
  • Manual, Semiautomatic, and Automatic Scanning
  • Built-In Encoder Port· 2 Probe Terminals per Channel
  • Parallel / Sequential Pulsing Receiving and Recording
  • A-, B-, CB-Scan, Amplitude / TOF and Coupling Strip, TOFD
  • 100% Raw Data Recording
  • Built-In Remote Control Feature
  • Enhanced Signal Evaluation for Live and Frozen A-Scans
  • Corrosion Profiling and Flaw Detection and Imaging
  • Up To 20m Length of One Standard Single or Multi-Channel Record
  • Playback A-Scans for All Recorded Data
  • Defect Sizing and Pattern Analysis
  • Compliance with ASME and RBIM Procedures
  • Huge Data Storage Capability
  • Large Bright High Resolution Color Touch Screen
  • Built-In VGA Output, USB and LAN Interface


ISONIC 2008 uniquely combines functionality and mobility of high performance portable digital ultrasonic flaw detector with recording, imaging, and data processing capabilities of smart computerized multi-channel inspection system
ISONIC 2008 resolves a variety of ultrasonic inspection tasks

  • A-Scan-based inspection using conventional pulse echo, back echo attenuation, and through transmission techniques

  • Single Channel Straight Line Scanning and Recording:
    • Thickness Profile B-Scan imaging and recording is performed through continuous capturing of wall thickness readings along probe trace
    • B-Scan cross-sectional imaging and recording of defects for longitudinal and shear wave inspection is performed through continuous measuring of echo amplitudes and reflectors coordinates along probe trace
    • CB-Scan horizontal plane-view imaging and recording of defects for shear, surface, and guided wave inspection is performed through continuous measuring of echo amplitudes and reflectors coordinates along probe trace
    • TOFD Inspection – RF B-Scan and D-Scan Imaging
  • Multi-Channel Straight Line Scanning and Strip Chart Recording:
    • Multi-Channel Thickness Profile B-Scan imaging and recording is performed through continuous capturing of wall thickness readings along probes trace
    • Multi-Channel Combined TOFD and Pulse Echo Weld Inspection and Recording is performed through continuous capturing of TOFD RF A-Scans and pulse echo channels amplitudes and reflectors coordinates along probes trace parallel to the weld
    • Multi-Channel Pulse Echo Flaw Detection for shear, surface, and guided wave inspection is performed through continuous measuring of echo amplitudes and reflectors coordinates along probes trace
    • etc

    For Single and Multi-Channel Straight Line Scanning and Recording it may be used:
    • Time-based mode (built-in real time clock)
    • True-to-location mode (built-in incremental encoder interface)
  • XY-Scanning and Recording with C-Scan and B-Scan imaging is also possible if usingoptional USB interface to multi-axis mechanical encoder and appropriate software package


For all types of Straight Line Scanning and XY-Scanning records A-Scans are captured for each probe position along probe trace and may be played back and evaluated off-line at postprocessing stage. This unique feature makes it possible off-line defect characterization through echo-dynamic pattern analysis

Thickness Profile B-Scan Data recorded during Straight Line Scanning is presented in the format compatible with various Risk Based Inspection and Maintenance procedures

ISONIC 2008 has practically unlimited capacity for storing of:

  • Single A-Scans accompanied with corresponding instrument settings
  • Ultrasonic signal spectrum graphs (FFT) accompanied with corresponding RF A-Scans and instrument settings
  • Various A-Scans sequence records along with corresponding Thickness Profiles, B-Scans, CB-Scans, TOFD Maps, strip charts depending on mode of operation selected; each record is accompanied with corresponding instrument settings

ISONIC 2008 complies with requirements of National and International Codes:

  • ASME Section I – Rules for Construction of Power Boilers
  • ASME Section VIII, Division 1 – Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels
  • ASME Section VIII, Division 2 – Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels. Alternative Rules
  • ASME Section VIII Article KE-3 – Examination of Welds and Acceptance Criteria
  • ASME Code Case 2235 Rev 9 – Use of Ultrasonic Examination in Lieu of Radiography
  • Non-Destructive Examination of Welded Joints – Ultrasonic Examination of Welded Joints. – British and European Standard BS EN 1714:1998
  • Non-Destructive Examination of Welds – Ultrasonic Examination – Characterization of Indications in Welds. – British and European Standard BS EN 1713:1998
  • Calibration and Setting-Up of the Ultrasonic Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Technique for the Detection, Location and Sizing of Flaws. – British Standard BS 7706:1993
  • WI 00121377, Welding – Use Of Time-Of-Flight Diffraction Technique (TOFD) For Testing Of Welds. – European Committee for Standardization – Document # CEN/TC 121/SC 5/WG 2 N 146, issued Feb, 12, 2003
  • Non-Destructive Testing – Ultrasonic Examination – Part 5: Characterization and Sizing of Discontinuities. – British and European Standard BS EN 583-5:2001
  • Non-Destructive Testing – Ultrasonic Examination – Part 2: Sensitivity and Range Setting. – British and European Standard BS EN 583-2:2001
  • Manufacture and Testing of Pressure Vessels. Non-Destructive Testing of Welded Joints. Minimum Requirement for Non-Destructive Testing Methods – Appendix 1 to AD-Merkblatt HP5/3 (Germany).– Edition July 1989
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Technical Data

Number of Channels: 8
Pulsing/Receiving Methods: Parallel - all channels do fire, receive, digitize, and record signals simultaneously  
Sequential — cycles of firing, receiving, digitizing, and recording signals by each channel are separated in time in a sequence loop
Pulse Type**: Bipolar Square Wave Pulse
Initial Transition**: <=5 ns (10-90%)
Pulse Amplitude**: Smoothly tunable (12 levels) 75 V - 400 V peak to peak into 50 Ohms
Pulse Duration*: 50-600 ns for each half wave synchronously controllable in 10 ns step
Modes*: Single / Dual
PRF**: 0 — optionally; 15...5000 Hz controllable in 1 Hz resolution
Optional Sync Output / Input**: Max +5V, ? ? 5 ns, t ?100 ns, Load Impedance <=50 Ohms
Gain*: 0...100 dB controllable in 0.5 dB resolution
Advanced Low Noise Design**: 81 uV peak to peak input referred to 80 dB gain / 25 MHz bandwidth
Frequency Band**: 0.2...25 MHz Wide Band
Digital Filter*: 32-Taps FIR band pass with controllable lower and upper frequency limits
Ultrasound Velocity*: 300...20000 m/s (11.81-787.4 "/ms) controllable in 1 m/s (0.1 "/ms) resolution
Range*: 0.5...7000 us - controllable in 0.01 us resolution
Display Delay*: 0...3200 us - controllable in 0.01 us resolution
Probe Angle*: 0-90° controllable in 1° resolution
Probe Delay*: 0 to 70 us controllable in 0.01us resolution - expandable
Display Modes* RF, Rectified (Full Wave / Negative or Positive Half Wave), Signal's Spectrum (FFT Graph)
Reject*: 0...99 % of screen height controllable in 1% resolution
DAC / TCG*: Theoretical — through keying in dB/mm (dB/") factor
Experimental — through sequential recording echo amplitudes from variously distanced equal reflectors
46 dB Dynamic Range, Slope <= 20 dB/us, Capacity <=40 points
Available for Rectified and RF Display
DGS*: Standard Library for 18 probes / unlimitedly expandable
Gates*: 2 Independent Gates / unlimitedly expandable
Gate Start and Width*: Controllable over whole variety of A-Scan Display Delay and A-Scan Range settings  
in 0.1 mm /// 0.001" resolution
Gate Threshold*: 5-95 % of A-Scan height controllable in 1 % resolution
Measuring Functions — Digital  
Display Readout*:
27 automatic functions / expandable; Dual Ultrasound Velocity Measurement Mode for Multi-Layer Structures; Curved Surface / Thickness / Skip correction for angle beam probes; Ultrasound velocity and Probe Delay Auto-Calibration for all types of probes
Freeze (A-Scans and
Spectrum Graphs)*
Freeze All — A-Scans and Spectrum Graphs / Freeze Peak — A-Scans / All measurements functions, manipulating Gates, and ±6dB Gain varying are available for frozen signals
Encoder Interface: Built-in interface for incremental mechanical encoder
Encoding: Time-based (built-in real time clock — 0.02 sec resolution) — for single channel operation onlyTrue-to-location (incremental encoder — 0.5 mm resolution) — for single and dual channel operation
Imaging Modes: Single Channel: Thickness Profile B-Scan, Cross-sectional B-Scan, Plane View CB-Scan, TOFDMulti-Channel: Strip Charts of 4 types (Amplitude/TOFD P/E, Map, TOFD, Coupling)
Standard Length of one Straight Line Scanning record: 50-20000 mm (2"-800"), automatic scrolling
Method of Record: Complete raw data recording
Region of Interest*: Controllable over entire Display Delay, Probe Delay, Range, Ultrasound Velocity and other appropriate channel settings
Off-Line Image Analysis*: Recovery and play back of A-Scan sequence at various gain levels
Echo-dynamic pattern analysis
Defects sizing, outlining, pattern recognition
Converting strip types
Converting Record into ASCII Format / MS Excel format / MS Word Format
Data Reporting**: Direct printout of Calibration Dumps, A-Scans, Spectrum Graphs, Thickness Profile B-Scans, cross-sectional B-Scans, plane view CB-Scans, TOFD maps, strip charts
Data Storage Capacity: At least 100000 sets including calibration dumps accompanied with A-Scans and/or Spectrum Graphs
At least 10000 sets including calibration dumps accompanied with Thickness Profile B-Scans, cross-sectional B-Scans, plane view CB-Scans, TOFD maps, strip charts, and complete sequence of A-Scans captured during scanning
On-Board Computer AMD LX 800 - 500MHz
RAM: 512 Megabytes
Flash Memory - Quasi HDD 4 Gigabytes
Outputs: LAN, USB X 2, PS 2, SVGA
Screen: 6.5" High Color Resolution (32 bit) SVGA 640×480 pixels 133×98 mm (5.24" ×3.86")  Sun-readable  LCD; Maximal A-Scan Size (working area) — 130×92 mm (5.12" × 3.62")
Controls: Front Panel Sealed Keyboard, Front Panel Sealed Mouse, Touch Screen
Compatibility with the external devices: PS 2 Keyboard and Mouse, USB Keyboard and Mouse, USB Flash Memory card, Printer through USB or LAN, PC through USB or LAN, SVGA External Monitor
Operating System: Windowsâ„¢ XP Embedded
Power: Mains - 100-240 VAC, 40-70 Hz, auto-switch; Battery 12V 8AH up to 6 hours continuous operation
Housing: IP 53 rugged aluminum case with carrying handle
Dimensions: 265×156×101 mm (10.43"×6.14"×3.98") - without battery  
265×156×139 mm (10.43"×6.14"×5.47") - with battery
Weight: 2.500 kg (5.50 lbs) - without battery
3.430 kg (7.55 lbs) - with battery

* individually controllable per channel
** common parameter / mode / feature for all channels

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