New test instruments from Omega Engineering
22 May 2014
Omega's new PHH-127 is an upgrade of its PHH-126 water test instrument and features a built-in rechargeable battery plus mains charger and a standard charging time of approximately two hours.
It can measure five parameters, including ORP (mV probe sold separately), pH (probe sold separately), conductivity (CF or EC), TDS (PPM) and temperature.
The multi-parameter water quality monitor is a versatile instrument with a reliable multi-probe system which is easy to read, economical and can be used by technical or non-technical personnel. The instrument is supplied complete with conductivity probe, protective cap and calibration screwdriver.
For more information about the PHH-127, click here.
Meanwhile, the company's new HFD-1 is a digital ultrasonic flaw (inclusion) detector with 800 x 480 WVGA display for superior visibility in all lighting conditions, including direct sunlight.
Using tunable square-wave excitation technology, the HFD-1 operates at a sampling frequency of 640MHz and provides excellent material penetration and a high signal to noise ratio when detecting special composite materials, highly attenuated or thick work pieces.
The zoom function for the in-gate waveform allows users to observe the waveform detail conveniently with an optimised height to width rate to insure a higher resolution.
The HFD-1 has different colour change of the waveform for visual and an optional alarm function. The auto calibration includes fast calibrating material velocity, probes time delay and angle of signal.
The USB port allows access for updating the software, downloading and printing of the data.
For more information about the HFD-1, click here.
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