Since the company's inception in 1989, CTRL has developed a series of unsurpassed sensors and systems that diagnose the condition of vehicles, industrial machinery, and mechanical components by using the unique properties of ultrasound.
InCTRL is used for condition based monitoring to record and analyze the output from the UL101. The recordings are uploaded to a server to establish thresholds and for future comparisons of the test point. Once a baseline or benchmark signal of a component is recorded, future recordings may be compared in order to determine the wear or proper lubrication of the component over time. If there are anomalies as indicated by the "EPS" (Events Per Second) calculation or the "RMS" (average amplitude) va...
Detect ultrasound from 300 feet The PowerBeam 300 improves the distance of detection of the UL101 from about 150 feet to 300 feet. At the same time, the beam of reception is decreased from 5 degrees from center to 1 degree from center for better accuracy at the longer distances. Improve safety when testing for ultrasound The PowerBeam was originally designed to enhance the ability of the UL101 to test high voltage insulators and transformers for arcing and corona.discharge safely.
The CTRL UL101 is a handheld, non-destructive inspection system, which utilizes ultrasonic technology for predictive maintenance, troubleshooting, safety, and quality control. The UL101 Receiver, the primary component in the system, detects and converts ultrasound into easily recognizable sounds within the human range of hearing and supplies output to a headset, as well as to an analog meter.
The SDT270 Platform gives customization with the opportunity to upgrade as your program grows. Choose from six base formats, then add sensors and software to build a collector unique to your needs. SDT270 is even more powerful with UAS software . UAS forms a synergistic partnership between your SDT270, your PC, and your PdM team.
The D500X is an ultrasound recording unit intended for long-term, unattended recording of bat calls. In contrast to time expansion bat detectors, the D500X records full-spectrum ultrasound in real time with virtually no gaps between recordings. The recorder is equipped with four slots for CF cards, which typically makes it possible to leave the unit in the field for more than a month. The triggering system allows the device to automatically start recording as a sound is detected.
The SDT270 from SDT Ultrasound Solutions now meets the requirements set by ATEX for use in the most dangerous and potentially explosive atmospheres in the world. For the first time ever ultrasound inspectors working in intrinsically safe rated zones now have access to the unique and advanced features of the SDT270.
A combined heterodyne and frequency division detector with backlit, large digit, accurate digital display, showing the tuned frequency in the heterodyne mode. The frequency and volume controls are on the side of the case, making it easy to adjust. Using stereo headphones, the heterodyne signal is heard on the left channel and the frequency division signal on the right channel. When the built-in speaker is used, a switch is used to select the heterodyne or frequency division signal. 10-120 kHz ...
Small and low weight heterodyne detector with backlit, large digit, accurate digital display, showing the tuned frequency. The frequency and volume controls are on the side of the case, making it easy to adjust. 10 - 120 kHz (min.)
The M500 microphone is easily used with a tablet PC or laptop to record bat calls and other ultrasonic signals with the highest quality. The M500 USB Ultrasound Microphone comes in a small and durable aluminium enclosure. It utilizes the same advanced electret microphone technology as the well-known D500X detector and can be used both in directional and omnidirectional modes (with or without the directional horn).
The D1000X is a professional ultrasound detector, based on the latest technology. The detector has heterodyne, frequency division and time expansion systems and also a built-in 16-bit recording system using a Compact Flash card as storage medium. It is equipped with our well-known, high-quality capacitance microphone which has been further improved to give lower noise, wider dynamic range and lower distortion.
The Multi-frequency CW Check Source is designed to produce a known acoustic output power at two discrete frequencies in the diagnostic and lower-end therapeutic levels. Traceable measurement of the acoustic power output of ultrasonic diagnostic and therapeutic equipment is essential for compliance with regulatory, safety and quality standards.
Traceable measurement of the acoustic power output of ultrasonic diagnostic and therapeutic equipment is essential for compliance with regulatory, safety and quality standards. To meet this need, the calibration of measuring equipment such as radiation force balances and power meters should be checked regularly against reference standards.
Visualize in real time and measure acoustic fields in seconds or minutes. Now you can achieve control of project timing and costs, gain a more comprehensive and confident understanding of the system and transducer performance, eliminate the tedium of testing and provide timely results. With 50 μm resolution and high dynamic range, there is no need to guess about the real field distribution. Now in a digital imaging version for better spatial resolution (1392x1040) and 12 bit depth!
From the moment you pick up the SDT200 and grip its robust chassis you know that SDT has not sacrificed quality for the sake of price.Now slip on the cushion comfort headphones and transport your senses to a world of crystal clear, high definition ultrasonic enjoyment. And suddenly you realize that the SDT200 makes "the world of ultrasonic inspection" obtainable for every budget without compromise.
Very popular heterodyne and time expansion detector with backlit, large digit, accurate digital display, showing the tuned frequency in the heterodyne mode. The frequency and volume controls are on the side of the case, making it easy to adjust. Using stereo headphones, the heterodyne signal is heard on the left channel and the time expansion signal on the right channel. When the built-in speaker is used, a switch is used to select the heterodyne or time expansion signal.