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The frequency domain image is one of several images made by transforming the A-scans.
In comparison with the existing Pundit Lab(+), the Pundit PL-200 provides an extended range of measurement modes and superior features for on-site testing: Assessing the concrete uniformity using standard A-Scans and the new Line Scan functionality, estimating the compressive strength of concrete or measuring the surface velocity and the depth of perpendicular cracks.
Aaslid plotted this information as an A-scan image.
7-inch LDC A-Scan that can be read in direct sunlight.
While the previous software had the ability to capture data through B and C scans, as well as 3-dimensional ultrasonic tomographic reconstruction, the modified system now includes A-scan capabilities.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of A-Scan Biometer To Rims Raichur
Illustrated and described are piezocomposite probe technology, phased array probe technology, focused probes, echo evaluation with DAC and A-Scan, B-Scan and C-Scan displays.
The new devices include the P2000 A-Scan (used to measure axial length of the eye); P2200 Pachymeter (used for measuring corneal thickness); P2500 A-Scan/Pachymeter (a combination of the two stand-alone devices); P2700 AB/Scan (an ultrasound imaging device for detecting abnormalities within the eye); and P37-II (a more advanced AB/Scan used to provide portability for ophthalmology veterinary applications).
Tenders are invited for Digital Ultrasonic Testing Equipment For Welded Rail Joint With Lcd Screen Trignometrical Function And A-Scan Storage Along With Data Setup.
The VuPad(TM) offers A-scan, B-scan, and/or UBM modalities in a sleek, tablet-like package.
The new instruments include an Ultrasound A-Scan (which is used to measure axial length of the eye), a Pachymeter (which is used for measuring corneal thickness), an A-Scan/Pachymeter (which is a combination of the two stand-alone devices), and two A/B Scans (one is an ultrasound imaging device for detecting abnormalities within the eye; the second is designed to provide portability for ophthalmology veterinary applications).