Olympus EPOCH 650 Flaw Detector
The large, full VGA transflective display combined with our patented digital high dynamic range receiver provides a stable, striking A-scan representation in any lighting condition. The EPOCH 650 is designed to meet the requirements of EN12668‑1 and allows a full range of standard and optional flaw detection features. Multiple onboard reporting tools and a comprehensive data filing system enable you to easily collect and report high quality inspection data. The rugged, ergonomic design allows use in nearly any inspection environment, while the flexible PerfectSquare™ pulser and highest number of digital filters in its class can tackle nearly any application.
The EPOCH 650 Digital Ultrasonic Flaw Detector combines Olympus’ industry leading conventional flaw detection capabilities with the efficiency of a highly portable, intuitive instrument. The EPOCH 650 flaw detector’s blend of efficient menus and direct access keys allows you to take advantage of the highest quality flaw detection platform with exceptional ease of use.
Designed to meet the requirements of EN12668-1
PerfectSquareTM tunable square wave pulser
Full screen A-scan mode
Digital high dynamic range receiver
Thirty digital filters for enhanced signal-to-noise ratio
2 kHz PRF for rapid scanning
Knob or navigation pad adjustment configurations
Large, full VGA sunlight readable display
15+ hours of battery life
Standard dynamic DAC/TCG and onboard DGS/AVG
Multiple on-board report formats
MicroSD memory card for data transfers
Optional Corrosion Module software with Encoded B-scan
USB On-The-Go (OTG) for PC communication
Alarm and VGA outputs
Optional analog output
|USB On-The-Go (OTG)
|VGA output standard
|1 analog output (optional), Selectable 1 V/10 V Full Scale, 4mA max
|3 alarm outputs, 5 V TTL, 10 mA
|Trigger input, 5V TTL; Trigger output, 5V TTL, 10 mA max
|1-axis encoder line (quadrature - Corrosion Module mode only)
|Designed to meet the standards of the Ingress Protection (IP) rating number IP67 (navigation pad version) or IP66 (knob version) per IEC 60529-2004 (Degrees of Protection provided by enclosures – IP Code). The product design was confirmed to meet the IP rating by means of Olympus internal design verification test process that occurs prior to the release of the product to production.
|Safe operation as defined by Class I, Division 2, Group D, as defined in the National Fire Protection Association Code (NFPA 70), Article 500, and tested using MIL-STD-810F, Method 511.4, Procedure I.
|MIL-STD-810F, Method 516.5 Procedure I, 6 cycles each axis, 15g, 11 ms half sine.
|MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Procedure I, Annex C, Figure 6, general exposure: 1 hour each axis
|–10 °C to 50 °C (14 °F to 122 °F)
|Battery Storage Temperature
|0 °C to 50 °C (32 °F to 122 °F)