BroadScan D100 ultrasound scanner for structural health monitoring

Sunnyvale, Calif., June 15, 2016 – Broadsens, the leader in ultrasonic damage detection systems, today announced the release of the BroadScan D100 using high-performance ultrasound scanners specifically for structural health monitoring applications. The device features multi-channel ultrasound scanning and sensor data acquisition. Built with advanced data analysis and damage detection algorithms, this is the perfect choice for detecting internal cracks and defects. The ultrasonic scanner can be used with Broadsens’s industrial compact piezoelectric sensors

The BroadScan D100 uses four ultrasonic transmission channels and eight ultrasonic receiving channels to generate and collect ultrasonic signals in multiple paths. It can be connected to a network via an Ethernet or wireless network interface. It also provides an easy to use web interface for remote access. It can be operated with external power or internal battery.

Multichannel ultrasonic transmitter and receiver with integrated analysis software

Its characteristics include:

  • Four ultrasonic transmission channels
  • Eight ultrasonic receiving channels
  • 20 dB – 100 dB adjustable gain
  • 14-bit resolution ADC and DAC
  • 80 ms / s sampling rate
  • Supports up to 128 sensors (temperature, humidity, vibration, acceleration, strain, etc.)
  • Integrated data storage (32 GB standard, expandable to 128 GB)
  • 1 GHz processing speed
  • Wired and wireless internet connection
  • Battery powered

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