Function and Applications
With the ultrasonic echoscope the basics of ultrasound and its
wave characteristics can be demonstrated. Terms like amplitude,
frequency, sound velocity or Time Gain Control TGC will be
The cylinder set can be used to vividly demonstrate reflection as
well as sound velocity and frequency depending on attenuation in
solid state materials.
The knowledge e.g. regarding sound velocity will be used to measure
the test block.
The principles of image formation from A-scan to B-scan can be
explained. With the different probes the frequency depending
resolution can be evaluated.
- The Ultrasonic echoscope is a highly sensitive ultrasonic
measuring device designed to connect to a personal computer or
simply to an oscilloscope
- The supplied software enables an extensive signal processing
(RF-signal, amplitude signal, B-scan, M-mode, spectral
- The ultrasonic probes are connected by robust snap-in plugs.
The probe frequency is recognised automatically by the measuring
- By adjusting the power transmission and gain the ultrasonic
signal can be tuned to nearly every arbitrary object of
- The loss of intensity of the ultrasonic signal from deeper
layers of investigation is balanced by a time-dependent
amplification (TGC time-gain control).
- Threshold, start and end point or slope can be chosen
- Important signals (trigger, TGC , RF signal and amplitude
signal) are available at BNC outlets.
Equipment and Technical Data
- Ultrasonic echoscope
- Ultrasonic probe 1 MHz
- Ultrasonic probe 2 MHz
- Ultrasonic test block
- Ultrasonic cylinder set
- Ultrasonic test plates
- Ultrasonic gel
- Size: 230 x 236 x 168 mm
- Frequency: 1 - 5 MHz
- PC connection: USB
- Measuring operations: reflection and transmission
- Transmitter signal: 10 - 300 V
- Transmitter power: 0 - 30 dB
- Gain: 0 - 35 dB
- TGC: 0 - 30 dB, threshold, slope, width
- Outlets: trigger, TGC, RF, LF
- Main voltage: 115.230 V, 50.60 Hz
- Power of electricity: 20 VA