Sage is bringing its unique broadband echo IP to the materials science industry – the state-of-the-art UDLV-NDT 8801 handheld material defect detector will provide deeper penetration and significantly better accuracy, at much safer voltage levels.
Sage is also planning to introduce the SONO 9281 – the world’s first high performance, low-voltage, safe, optimal pulse compression-based ultrasound imaging device.
The UDLV-NDT 8801 is the world’s first low-voltage, deep penetrating industrial ultrasound NDT instrument using sophisticated, continuous, full duplex, pulse compression technology. Our mere 3V signal overtakes a 300V pulser unit. Our TOF (Time of Flight) measurement stability goes down to sub-nano-seconds
- Truly unique ultrasound NDT (Non-Destructive-Testing) and Flow meter measuring device based on low-voltage pulse compression method.
- First of its kind that uses optimal full-duplex continuous long pulse compression method that achieves deepest penetration using only a few volts, instead of hundreds of voltages used by all incumbent pulser instruments
- The time and frequency domain optimized complex low voltage signal keeps the transducers and test subjects operating in ideal linear range, hence a user gets the best SNR: low noise floor, high resolution and sensitivity and negligible time-zero blind zone, all unattainable by the existing pulser instruments.
- - Automatically capable of flowmeter function with ToF (Time of Flight) difference measurement down to sub-nano-seconds
- - Precise and repeatable amplitude, phase, and ToF measurements make it ideal for non-intrusive material characterization applications (such as non-contact chemical content identification).
- - Safe and easy to operate, works with all existing piezoelectric transducers, good for all conditions (shallow, deep and medium range defect detection) and all materials (solid or liquid).