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Ide­al for non-des­truc­ti­ve & cou­pling agent-free defect con­trol for ran­dom samples

Moni­to­ring Errors by Means of
Ran­dom Samples

When set­ting up new machi­nes or making a chan­ge in the pro­duc­tion pro­cess, it is a con­ve­ni­ent method to check ran­dom samples within the new pro­cess flow for defects. Labo­ra­to­ry sys­tems from yoU­Scan can test a wide varie­ty of mate­ri­als (wood, fib­re com­po­si­tes, thin metal, etc.). In con­trast to the inline sys­tems, you can not only dif­fe­ren­tia­te bet­ween OK/NOK, but with detail­ed tests it is pos­si­ble to under­stand the effects of fur­ther chan­ges in the pro­duc­tion pro­cess on the mate­ri­al. 

The yoU­Scan labo­ra­to­ry sys­tems can work with the trans­mis­si­on method or the impul­se-echo method. The trans­mis­si­on method, also known as sonic test­ing tech­no­lo­gy, tests the sound per­mea­bi­li­ty of a medi­um or mate­ri­al as well as its inter­faces. The dif­fe­rent atte­nua­ti­on of the sound makes imper­fec­tions or defects visi­ble with this method. With the impul­se-echo method, on the other hand, the reflec­ted sound is eva­lua­ted. The­r­e­fo­re, appro­xi­m­ate­ly twice the sound path is neces­sa­ry & the­re are dis­ad­van­ta­ges with strong scat­te­ring & wea­k­e­ning of test media. Howe­ver, the test object only has to be acces­si­ble from one side and the defect depths can be deter­mi­ned on the basis of the tran­sit time dif­fe­ren­ces.

The Labo­ra­to­ry Sys­tem for Ultra­so­nic Test­ing


Labor-System - Manipulator CNC Flachbett Einheit

CNC Flat­bed Unit

Opti­mal for a wide ran­ge of move­ment paths in three axes.

Test­ing Device


The Ultra­so­nic Soft­ware for your Labo­ra­to­ry Sys­tem: yoU­Vi­si­on

Ope­ra­ti­on & Eva­lua­ti­on via the yoU­Vi­si­on user inter­face

Addi­tio­nal Soft­ware Modu­les yoU­Vi­si­on

Base Modu­le

Dis­play for one mea­su­ring chan­nel, time trig­ger, posi­ti­on trig­ger, HF-scan,  A‑scan,  C‑scan sto­rage of images, sto­rage as CSV for­mat, sepa­ra­te input of x and y step size, set­ting of mean­der tra­vel direc­tion, aut­o­s­ca­le fal­se colour images, input of font size and axis label­ling, con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on of spind­le pitch, input of start values for C chan­geo­ver (German/English)

Exten­si­on Base Modu­le

Bina­ry saving, C- and D‑scan can be saved as CSV files, crea­ti­on of moving GIF ani­ma­ti­ons

Par­al­lel Mea­su­ring

Mea­su­re­ment of seve­ral mea­su­ring chan­nels simul­ta­neous­ly (in one C‑scan)


Crea­ting a com­pa­ri­son signal with a Wizard, cor­re­la­ti­on bet­ween mea­su­re­ment signal and com­pa­ri­son signal, dis­play in HF‑, A‑, C- and D‑scan

Code Input

Cus­to­mi­sable trans­mis­si­on code can be set and sent

Plots and B‑Scan

Dis­play of X- and Y‑plots in the C‑, dis­play of the B‑scan

Fre­quen­cy Dis­play

Dis­play of the spec­trum of the mea­su­re­ment signal


His­to­gram of C- or D‑scan


Pro­ces­sing of the C‑scan with an FFT image fil­ter for fil­te­ring out
inter­fe­ring spa­ti­al fre­quen­ci­es

Local Mea­su­re­ment Aver­aging

Sum­ma­ry of rela­ted mea­su­re­ments by deter­mi­na­ti­on of the mean value


3D dis­play of C- & D‑scan


A spa­ti­al mean­der can be dri­ven to record a sonic field. Any lay­er can be dis­play­ed using this par­ti­cu­lar mea­su­re­ment space.

Python Mea­su­red Data Pro­ces­sing

Loa­ded mea­su­re­ment data are trans­fer­red from yoU­Vi­si­on to a loa­ded Python modu­le. After pro­ces­sing, the­se are taken over again & are available in yoU­Vi­si­on.

Time Gain Com­pen­sa­ti­on (TGC)

A ampli­fi­ca­ti­on cur­ve can be defi­ned in YV with which the HF signals are mul­ti­pli­ed. This allows indi­vi­du­al time ran­ges of the HF signal to be atte­nu­a­ted or ampli­fied to dif­fe­rent degrees.

Trans­du­cer Cha­rac­te­riza­ti­on

With this wizard, important data of a trans­du­cer can be quick­ly defi­ned and saved for reports in dia­gram and mea­su­red value form. The­se form the spec­trum and free­ly defi­nable plots in x- and y‑direction.


Libra­ry of func­tions used to con­fi­gu­re the mea­su­ring card as well as to retrie­ve the mea­su­re­ment data. Allows the deve­lo­p­ment of own
appli­ca­ti­ons inclu­ding GUI as well as inte­gra­ti­on into
auto­ma­ti­on solu­ti­ons.

Exter­nal Trig­ger

A signal appli­ed to the exter­nal trig­ger input starts the trans­mis­si­on of the trans­mis­si­on code & the recor­ding of the mea­su­re­ment data. The delay bet­ween the trig­ger edge at the trig­ger input and the start of trans­mis­si­on & recor­ding is max. 800 ns (typ. 550 ns). The jit­ter is max. 60 ns (typ. 45 ns).

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