Dakota DFX-7 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector & Thickness Gauge

The DFX-7 is both an ultrasonic flaw detector as well as an ultrasonic A/B Scan thickness scope in a single unit.

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Dakota DFX-7 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector & Thickness Gauge

Why is it advantageous to combine an ultrasonic flaw detector with and ultrasonic A/B scan thickness scope into a single unit?

Thickness gauges are specifically setup to very accurately measure thickness, locate pits, flaws behind surface corrosion. Flaw detectors are designed to detect, size, position, and differentiate between flaw types in various materials and welded joints. While flaw detectors can also measure material thickness with reasonable accuracy, the are not designed with precision thickness as their primary focus. The DFX-7 combines the two types of gauges into one powerfull and full featured instrument.

General Features

  • Size: 63.5 (W) x 165 (H) x 31.5 (D) mm.
  • Weight: 397grams, with batteries.
  • Case: Extruded aluminum body with nickel plated aluminum end caps (gasket sealed).
  • Display: 1/4 VGA AMOLED color display (320 x 240 pixels). Viewable area 43.2 x 57.6 mm. 16 color pallete, multiple color options, and variable brightness.
  • Screen Refresh Rate: Selectable 60 or 120Hz.
  • Display Views: Flaw Detector: Full wave, +/- Rectified, or RF. Thickness Gauge: Digits, +/- Rectified, RF, or B-Scan.
  • Timing: Precision 25MHz TCXO with single shot 100 MHz 8 bit ultra low power digitizer.
  • Measurement Gates: Two independent gates (Flaw), and three gates (thickness). Start & width adjustable over full range. Amplitude 5-95%, 1% steps. Positive or negative triggering for each gate with audible and visual alarms.
  • Operating Temperature: -10°C to 60°C.
  • Environmental: Meets IP65 requirements.

Flaw Detector Features

  • TRIG: Trigonometric display of beam path, depth, surface distance, and curved surface correction. Used with angle beam transducers.
  • DAC: Up to 8 points may be entered and used to digitally draw a DAC curve. Reference -2, -6, -10, (-6/-12), (-6/-14), (-2/-6/-10) dB. Amplitude displayed in %DAC or dB.
  • AWS: Automatic defect sizing in accordance with AWS D1.1 structural welding code.
  • AVG/DGS: Automatic defect sizing using probe data. Stores up to 64 custom setups.
  • TCG: Time corrected gain. 50 dB dynamic range, 20 dB per microsecond, up to 8 points for curve definition.
  • Measurement Mode: Pulse-Echo (P-E) measures from 0.63mm to 3048 cm.
  • Auto-Cal: Provides automatic calibration with two reference points.
  • Detection Modes: Zero Crossing, Flank and Peak.
  • Display Freeze: Hold current waveform on screen.
  • Peak Memory: For echodynamic pattern determination.

Thickness Gauge Features

  • Measurement Modes (Dual Element):
  • Pulse-Echo Mode (P-E) – (Pit & Flaw Detection) measures from 0.63mm to 3048 cm.
  • Pulse-Echo Coating Mode (PECT) – (Material, Coating, Pit & Flaw Detection): Material: 0.63mm to 3048 cm. Coating: 0.01 to 2.54 mm.
  • Pulse-Echo Temp Comp Mode (PETP) – (Pit & Flaw Detection) Auto temperature compensation – measures from 0.63 mm to 3048 cm.
  • Echo-Echo Mode (E-E) – (Thru Paint & Coatings) measures from 1.27 to 102 mm. Will vary based on coating.

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Specifications

Operating Temperature Range -10°C to 60°C
Dimensions 63.5 (W) x 165 (H) x 31.5 (D) mm
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