ECIS-CC-20: EC Instrument
This Eddy Current instrument is designed for advanced manual and automated non-destructive testing. The ECIS-CC-20 represents an integrated computer control, multi-frequency and fully digital eddy current instrument. The ECIS-CC-20 can be used for wide range of applications such as aerospace, industrial, manufacturing and laboratory for non-destructive testing of conductive components. Our instruments are delivered as part of our scanning systems or standalone equipment piloted by an easy-to-use TecView™ EC software.
Computer controlled fully digital EC instrument!
Eddy Current instrument designed for automated testing applications.
Eddy Current Instrument (ECIS-CC-20)
TecScan’s ECIS-CC-20 eddy current instrument designed to be fully integrated to automated system. The instrument is available as a desktop and rack mount instrument and designed to be easily integrated in systems for Automated Testing of complex parts.
The ECIS-CC-20 is fully digital eddy current instrument and computer-controlled, with 1-8 multiplexed frequency channels. ECIS-CC-20 represents an integrated computer control, multi-frequency and fully digital eddy current instrument. With its advanced digital design, the instrument operates at very stable time-base which is combined with the high frequency converters allowing eddy current testing at high frequencies while providing the stable signal processing results. It works with our TecView™ EC software for manual and advanced automated non-destructive testing. The ECIS-CC-20 is designed with applicability in mind, with specifications that can meet the most challenging automated testing applications.
- Complete multi-tasking software
- Intuitive user-interface & menu
- Multiple frequency capabilities
- Real-time C-Scan
- Live Alarms
- Real-time Impedance and Strip Chart
- Imaging & analysis module
EC Instrument Specifications
|1 channel (up to 8 time multiplexed frequencies)
|10 Hz to 25 MHz
|0 to 360 °
|0 to 20 Vpp
|0 to 30 dB
|Horizontal, Vertical gains
|-20 to 80 db
|Low pass filter
|1.0 Hz to 100 kHz
|High pass filter
|0 to 10 kHz
|Analog output full scale
|External trigger input
|Digital data output
|16 bit, streaming via USB