Weighing only 0.9kg, square wave excitation, full WVGA resolution TFT display and strong flaw detecting capabilities make it superior when compared with other similar products.
Advanced circuitry, 640MHz sampling frequency and 800×480 full WVGA resolution assure quick and accurate display and analysis on defect signals even when the signals are weak.
Using the advanced tunable square wave excitation technology, the CTS-1002plus provides excellent penetration and high signal-to-noise ratio when detecting special composite materials, highly-attenuated or thick work-pieces.
4.3 inches display, set-in battery and charger, but only 0.9kg in weight which make it easy to operate and carry along.
The design meets the standard of IP54 certification and compatible with EN 12668:2000 standard.
With full WVGA TFT display at industrial level, this instrument offers fine images at different angles.
Optimized panel, user-friendly design for the menu, easy and fast to operate no matter you use the left hand or right hand. Various input modes, English/Chinese menu optional.
Auto-calibration function including fast calibrating material velocity, probe delay and probe angle.
Zoom function for in-gate waveform enables users to observe the waveform detail conveniently. Zoom function for waveform display area and optimized height-to-width rate of the screen ensure echo with higher resolution.
DAC: Easy to make, correct, store and recall DAC.
Curve Surface Correction: Suitable for detecting both inner and outer curved surface and automatically correct the test result of defect location according to the diameter of the curved surface.
Continuous Storage: Continuous video-recording of the waveforms displayed on the screen. The stored video can be reviewed.
Built-in intelligent lithium battery charger. Power supplied by battery or AC mains and it can automatically display the power supply modes. Auto switch between charge” and work”.
Long battery life of over 8 hours ensures your continuous work.
USB port for software updating, data transferring and printing and access to devises such as mouse, keyboard and U-disk.