UNIWEST introduced a portable, eddy current flaw detector – the EddyView® II – with a large, 8-inch touchscreen display, with gesture adjustments for important parameters like gain and rotation; ability to drive conventional probes or array probes; an independent channel that monitors probe-to-part coupling (liftoff); and UniWest’s signal performance with extremely low signal-to-noise.
The EddyView II also includes multi-frequency probe drive and signal mixing, digital conductivity and non-conductive coating thickness, and compatibility with UniWest’s ECS-1S & JF-15 rotating bolt hole scanners.
Also, the EddyView II can be connected to the internet for remote diagnostics and calibration, as well as export raw eddy current data for post-processing flexibility.
While using the EddyView II in demanding and often dirty NDT environments, its rugged housing is designed to meet the standards of Ingress Protection (IP) rating IP-65.
“The EddyView II has been designed with customer feedback in mind, featuring new and innovative technological advancements, but one primary request kept standing out: Don’t lose the low-noise signal path that has helped define UniWest products,” according to Kurt Oldson, UniWest president.
Designed for use by NDT professionals, the EddyView II includes all the advanced features and functionality to allow both standard eddy current measurements and complex inspections, including use of eddy current array (ECA) probes up to 32 elements as well as large-scale automated and robotic production applications.
System features include multi-frequency with mixing, split-screen for both impedance plane and O-scope/sweep modes, digital conductivity measurement, non-conductive liftoff digital measurement, rotating scanner support for high-speed bolt hole scanning, Ethernet connectivity, alarm outputs, and USB flash drive support. Ideal for field, laboratory, or production settings, the EddyView II’s fast data acquisition rate facilitates smooth system integration.
Learn more at www.uniwest.com/eddyview2