Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector


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Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector
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Olympus Omniscan MX
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The Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector is a portable flaw detecting instrument with a high acquisition rate capable of conducting ultrasound, phased array and eddy current inspection. Versatile in its module options, technicians rent this device to perform TOFD, pulse-echo, o-degree, c-scan, and a variety of eddy current and phased array tests for avionic and military applications. The Olympus OmniScan MX's built-in OmniScan connector physically identifies and recognizes the probe connected, automatically setting the probe to an appropriate frequency and thus mitigating the risk of probe damage. Olympus OmniScan MX models display your test results on a 21 cm, 800 x 600 pixel LCD screen, store the data via a CompactFlash card or a standard USB storage device and offer a minimum of 6 hours run life with two batteries.
 
Modules Available: 
  • Eddy Current Array Module
  • 8-Channel UT Module
  • 16:16M Phased Array Module
  • 16:128 Phased Array Module
  • 32:128 Phased Array Module
 
Olympus Omniscan MX Features
  • Conducts bond testing C-scans, TFOD tests, and more
  • Simplifies eddy current array / phased array testing
  • Combines ECA and ECT units
  • Portable, modular
  • Variety of data storage options
  • Large high-resolution screen
  • Capable of analysis and archiving
 
OmniScan MX Standard Specifications
Overall dimensions (W x H x D) / Weight 321 mm x 209 mm x 125 mm (12.6 in. x 8.2 in. x 5.0 in.) / 4.6 kg (10.1 lb), including module and one battery
Display 21 cm (8.4 in.) TFT LCD Display, 800 pixels x 600 pixels, 16 million colors
Power supply Smart Li-ion batteries (up to 2), and DC-in voltage 15 V to 18 V (min. 50 W)
Battery Life Minimum 6 hours with two batteries; minimum 3 hours per battery under normal operating conditions
Data storage CompactFlash card, most standard USB storage devices, or through fast Ethernet, internal 32-MB DiskOnChip
MX Modules
OMNI-M-ECT4 Supports conventional eddy current and bond testing C-scan (adapters not included)
OMNI-M-ECA4-32 Supports eddy current arrays, conventional eddy current, and bond testing C-scan (adapters not included)
ECT/BT and ECA Modules
Connectors BNC Absolute Probe (ECT), 4-channel Universal Fischer 19 pins (ECT and BT), and OmniScan connector for ECA probes
Number of channels 1 to 4 (ECT); 32 (ECA), expandable up to 64 with external multiplexer; 1 (BT) with adaptor
Probe compatibility Absolute, differential, bridge, reflection (driver-pickup) for both ECT and ECA probes; supported selection of BondMaster pitch-catch probes through use of an adaptor (scanner also required)
Operating frequency 20 Hz to 6 MHz
Maximum voltage 12 Vp-p into 10 Ω
Acquisition (measurement) rate 1 Hz to 15 kHz, variable depending on configurations.
A/D resolution 16 bits
Alarms 3 alarms, each configurable as Pie, Box or Ring/Circle; alarm output as Visual, TTL and Sound
Olympus Omniscan MX Applications
Inspection Capabilities:
 
  • Girth Weld Inspection
  • Pressure Vessel Weld Inspection
  • Scribe Marks Inspection with No Paint Removal
  • Aircraft Fuselage Inspection
 
Ultrasound Inspection:
 
  • Time-of-Flight Diffraction Testing
  • TOFD and Pulse-Echo Testing
  • 0-Degree Testing (Corrosion and Composite)
  • Ultrasound Transducers

 

Phased Array Inspection:
 
  • Phased Array Probes
    • Angle beam probes with external wedges
    • Angle beam probes with integrated wedge
    • Immersion probes
 
Eddy Current Inspection:
 
  • Eddy Current Probes
    • Bolt hole probes
    • Surface probes, in various shapes and configurations
    • Low-frequency spot and ring probes
    • Sliding probes
    • Wheel probes
    • Conductivity probes
    • Specialty probes made for specific applications
Olympus Omniscan MX Standards
  • Test Standards for Weld Inspections of Small Diameter Pipes
    • ASME CC 2235 - deals with the use of automated UT (AUT) in lieu of RT examination of pressure vessel welds
    • ASME B31.3 CC 181 -  Alternative Ultrasonic Examination Acceptance Criteria
    • ASME B31.1 CC 179 - permits AUT of small diameter pipe girth welds
  • Test Standards for Avionic Inspections
    • ISO 17637:2016 specifies the visual testing of fusion welds in metallic materials. It may also be applied to visual testing of the joint prior to welding.
    • “AFIS” (Automated Fastener Hole Inspection System)
  • TOFD
    • Testing of fusion joints for high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe weld inspections