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CRY2623 Industrial Acoustic Imager
CRY2623 is a hand-held industrial acoustics imager that supports an ultrasonic frequency band. The instrument uses the microphone array beamforming technology to acquire the sound source distribution data and collects the video images in real time with the high-definition camera. By integrating the sound source distribution data with the video image, the changing sound source is dynamically presented on the display screen.
CRY2623 Industrial Acoustic Imager helps you quickly detect possible air, gas, and vacuum leakage faults in noisy industrial environments. An electrical device with a partial discharge fault is found in the power system. The industrial acoustics imager is made of an aluminum alloy shell, which is strong and durable and can adapt to the complex and changeable working
The equipment is simple and convenient to operate and can be used quickly. It only needs to adjust two parameters, the test frequency range and test dynamic range to meet the vast majority of test requirements.
Support camera mode, video mode, and data recording on the job site are flexible.
Large capacity TF data memory card can be expanded also test results can be exported and reported quickly.
Support leak assessment function to evaluate the leak level and leak volume.
It features PC-based Report Generation Software, just one click to export test reports.
Support ultrasonic monitoring.
High efficiency, instant imaging, and rapid positioning of fault points in the screen.
Gas Leakage Detection
When a leak or vacuum leak occurs in any pressurized gas, turbulence is created by the gas flow, and the turbulence emits acoustic energy, which covers the audible domain and the ultrasonic frequency band. In the general environment, noisy ambient noise can very easily mask the acoustic signal in the audible domain. So through the CRY2623 imager to detect the possible ultrasonic frequency band sound source in the environment, you can quickly locate the location of the gas leakage.
Most of the existing equipment airtightness testing programs are based on pressure-holding, water immersion, and soap water, they are extremely inefficient. Acoustic imaging gas tightness test method, using the ultrasonic microphone and acoustic imager combination, the ultrasonic microphone is placed in the object to be tested. If there is a leak, its internal ultrasonic source is emitted through the leak hole to the outside and thus accurately captured by the acoustic imager. This method is very efficient and does not cause damage to the object to be measured.
Abnormal Noise Locating
CRY2623 acoustic imager can help you quickly locate defects such as valve rattling, abnormal structural vibration, and other noise type of fault, to help you better monitor the status of equipment and control product quality.