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Krautkramer DMS 2
A thousand and one applications
thanks to a large selection of probes.
When thickness measurement
is needed.
The DMS 2 is suitable for numerous test tasks on components
subjected to wear. These include
for example:
For example:
Reliable measurement at high
temperatures.
DMS 2E, DMS 2, DMS 2TC - Specifications and accessories
For example:
Thickness measurement on
parts with external corrosion.
Standard package
Display
File formats
DMS 2E (basic) or DMS 2 (standard) thickness
gauge; or DMS 2TC thickness gauge with TopCOAT and Auto-V mode; including:
1 set (4 pieces) of Alkaline dry cells;
1 CD ROM, installation program for software
update; operating manual
Type: graphic, transflective LCD,
71 mm x 95 mm, 240 x 320 pixels,
switchable backlight, adjustable contrast;
Digits: 4-digit display, digit height
12.7 / 19 mm (selectable)
Mode: A-scan with solid or hollow echo display,
grid graticule selectable; or B-scan (timed);
rectification: full-wave, positive half-wave,
negative half-wave;
only DMS 2/DMS 2TC: RF mode;
measurement gates are adjustable;
Adjustment: A and B gate: start, width, threshold;
Status symbols: for example Freeze, probe
zero, alarm and trigger display, rectification,
battery charge, coupling monitor, keyboard lock
8 file formats (3 with the DMS 2E);
can be configured later
Microgrid: subsequent insertion of 2x2 to 9x9
grid per measuring point;
1 to 16 user-definable comments for each file
format with up to 16 alphanumeric characters
per measuring point
• Tubes, receptacles, tanks in the
chemical industry
Operating principle
• Complex tube isometries in oil
refineries
Measurement modes
Ultrasonic pulse-echo method
• Austenitic materials, general
inspection measurements in
power plants
• Remaining wall thickness measurement through thick paint
coatings and on glass-fiber reinforced ship’s hulls in the shipbuilding industry
• Sound attenuating, casted parts
in foundries
• Varied service and maintenance
tasks within the aviation industry
• Test objects having large wall
thicknesses within the plastics
industry
Thickness measurements on hot
components are no problem with
the DMS 2. We have different
dual-element probes in our delivery program allowing to reliably
measure components at high temperatures up to 600 °C, including
coupling monitoring.
Special probes with reduced
contact face enable you to
measure the remaining wall
thickness even at points which
are normally hardly accessible:
on components showing strong
pitting or surface roughness due
to external corrosion.
For example:
Measurement through
coatings.
For example:
Thickness measurement with
unknown material velocity.
Probe zero adjustment
Automatic or manually by pressing a key after
coupling to zero block
V-path correction
Operating time
Measuring range
Operating temperature
DMS 2E: .025‘‘ to 25.00‘‘ (0.6 mm to 635 mm)
DMS 2 and DMS 2TC: .008‘‘ to 25.00‘‘ (0.2 mm to
635 mm) in steel, in standard operation, depending on the probe, material and surface
+10 °F to +120 °F
-10 °C to +50 °C
Keypad
.001 to .01 inches (0.01 mm or 0.1 mm)
(selectable) over the entire measuring range
Dust and watertight sealed membrane keypad
Housing / battery compartment
Impact-resistant, dust- and splash-proof
gasket-sealed, IP 54
Units
Size (W x H x D)
Selectable: mm or inch
10.1" x 5.1" x 1.2"
129 mm x 56 mm x 40 mm measured at the
battery door
32 Hz in MIN-Capture mode and B-scan display
mode; 4 Hz or 8 Hz (selectable) in standard
setup
Using the Auto-V function, you
can now measure components
with unknown material velocity
– without any previous comparison measurement by mechanical means! Other advantages:
measuring errors in the case of
material velocity variations due to
temperature variations – e.g. with
plastic materials – or due to inhomogeneous materials – e.g. grey
cast iron – are eliminated; testing
reliability therefore increases.
4 standard batteries (AA 1.5 V), AlMn or NiMH
batteries
With NiMH batteries min. 40 hours (with backlight and operating frequency 4 Hz)
Operating frequency
You can now forget the time-consuming removal of coatings. The
TopCOAT function of the DMS 2TC
helps to measure not only the
thickness of the base metal, but
at the same time also that of the
coating layer. Moreover, you’ll
have other possibilities of measuring through coatings at your
disposal under certain conditions,
e.g. measurement within the echo
sequence (Dual-Multi function).
Power supply
Automatic
Digital display resolution
Unbeatable – our probes
The great variety of applications
is made possible by the large selection of probes available for the
DMS 2.
One special highlight is the series of dialog probes which are
automatically recognized by the
instrument and ensure optimum
setup and improved performance.
We are able to offer the right
probe for solving even critical test
problems under harsh field conditions.
Dual-element mode with measurement at echo
flank, MIN Capture mode, Dual Multi,
only DMS 2TC: TopCoat and Auto-V;
only DMS 2 / DMS 2TC: single-element mode
with measurement at echo flank/peak in the
multi-echo sequence, measurement between
interface echo and the first backwall echo
Weight
Hazardous Area Operation
Automatic or manual in 1 dB steps
Safe operation as defined by MIL-STD-810E,
Method 511.3, Procedure 1
0.5 to 15 MHz
Material velocity range
39,400 to 393,662 inches/s
1000 to 9999 m/s
GEInspectionTechnologies.com
Krautkramer DMS 2
Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges with A-Scan and B-Scan
Dialog languages
For example German, English, French, Italian,
Spanish, up to 12 languages
Interfaces
Serial RS232 interface in combination with a
TGDL cable, max. 115,200 Bauds
Application software
UltraMATE LITE: simple data management
program for transferring measurement data
files to a PC, including integration of the data
into Windows programs
UltraMATE: extensive data management program for displaying and printing measurement
data as graphics, for managing test data, for
entering comments on files
UltraPIPE: versatile, modular-setup data
management program for corrosion analysis
and assessment of the tube/tank life; database
integration
Other accessories
Numerous probes and cables according to
the test task; case set with waist belt; plastic/
hard-shell transport case; foot/hand switch for
transfer of readings; protective foil screens for
LCD; stepped calibration block; memory extension; data transmission cable; Epson dot-matrix
printer for mains operation; Seiko thermal
printer for mains and battery operation; parallel
printer cable
1.95 lbs (885 g) including batteries
Gain
Receiver bandwidth
GE
Inspection Technologies
Data Recorder
Capacity: 150,000 readings /
1,100 A- or B-scans,
extension possible to 318,000 / 2,400
© 2005 General Electric Company. All Rights Reserved. GEIT-20201GB (04/05)
We reserve the right to technical modifications without prior notice.
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The DMS 2 is suitable for numerous test tasks on components
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For example:
Reliable measurement at high
temperatures.
DMS 2E, DMS 2, DMS 2TC - Specifications and accessories
For example:
Thickness measurement on
parts with external corrosion.
Standard package
Display
File formats
DMS 2E (basic) or DMS 2 (standard) thickness
gauge; or DMS 2TC thickness gauge with TopCOAT and Auto-V mode; including:
1 set (4 pieces) of Alkaline dry cells;
1 CD ROM, installation program for software
update; operating manual
Type: graphic, transflective LCD,
71 mm x 95 mm, 240 x 320 pixels,
switchable backlight, adjustable contrast;
Digits: 4-digit display, digit height
12.7 / 19 mm (selectable)
Mode: A-scan with solid or hollow echo display,
grid graticule selectable; or B-scan (timed);
rectification: full-wave, positive half-wave,
negative half-wave;
only DMS 2/DMS 2TC: RF mode;
measurement gates are adjustable;
Adjustment: A and B gate: start, width, threshold;
Status symbols: for example Freeze, probe
zero, alarm and trigger display, rectification,
battery charge, coupling monitor, keyboard lock
8 file formats (3 with the DMS 2E);
can be configured later
Microgrid: subsequent insertion of 2x2 to 9x9
grid per measuring point;
1 to 16 user-definable comments for each file
format with up to 16 alphanumeric characters
per measuring point
• Tubes, receptacles, tanks in the
chemical industry
Operating principle
• Complex tube isometries in oil
refineries
Measurement modes
Ultrasonic pulse-echo method
• Austenitic materials, general
inspection measurements in
power plants
• Remaining wall thickness measurement through thick paint
coatings and on glass-fiber reinforced ship’s hulls in the shipbuilding industry
• Sound attenuating, casted parts
in foundries
• Varied service and maintenance
tasks within the aviation industry
• Test objects having large wall
thicknesses within the plastics
industry
Thickness measurements on hot
components are no problem with
the DMS 2. We have different
dual-element probes in our delivery program allowing to reliably
measure components at high temperatures up to 600 °C, including
coupling monitoring.
Special probes with reduced
contact face enable you to
measure the remaining wall
thickness even at points which
are normally hardly accessible:
on components showing strong
pitting or surface roughness due
to external corrosion.
For example:
Measurement through
coatings.
For example:
Thickness measurement with
unknown material velocity.
Probe zero adjustment
Automatic or manually by pressing a key after
coupling to zero block
V-path correction
Operating time
Measuring range
Operating temperature
DMS 2E: .025‘‘ to 25.00‘‘ (0.6 mm to 635 mm)
DMS 2 and DMS 2TC: .008‘‘ to 25.00‘‘ (0.2 mm to
635 mm) in steel, in standard operation, depending on the probe, material and surface
+10 °F to +120 °F
-10 °C to +50 °C
Keypad
.001 to .01 inches (0.01 mm or 0.1 mm)
(selectable) over the entire measuring range
Dust and watertight sealed membrane keypad
Housing / battery compartment
Impact-resistant, dust- and splash-proof
gasket-sealed, IP 54
Units
Size (W x H x D)
Selectable: mm or inch
10.1" x 5.1" x 1.2"
129 mm x 56 mm x 40 mm measured at the
battery door
32 Hz in MIN-Capture mode and B-scan display
mode; 4 Hz or 8 Hz (selectable) in standard
setup
Using the Auto-V function, you
can now measure components
with unknown material velocity
– without any previous comparison measurement by mechanical means! Other advantages:
measuring errors in the case of
material velocity variations due to
temperature variations – e.g. with
plastic materials – or due to inhomogeneous materials – e.g. grey
cast iron – are eliminated; testing
reliability therefore increases.
4 standard batteries (AA 1.5 V), AlMn or NiMH
batteries
With NiMH batteries min. 40 hours (with backlight and operating frequency 4 Hz)
Operating frequency
You can now forget the time-consuming removal of coatings. The
TopCOAT function of the DMS 2TC
helps to measure not only the
thickness of the base metal, but
at the same time also that of the
coating layer. Moreover, you’ll
have other possibilities of measuring through coatings at your
disposal under certain conditions,
e.g. measurement within the echo
sequence (Dual-Multi function).
Power supply
Automatic
Digital display resolution
Unbeatable – our probes
The great variety of applications
is made possible by the large selection of probes available for the
DMS 2.
One special highlight is the series of dialog probes which are
automatically recognized by the
instrument and ensure optimum
setup and improved performance.
We are able to offer the right
probe for solving even critical test
problems under harsh field conditions.
Dual-element mode with measurement at echo
flank, MIN Capture mode, Dual Multi,
only DMS 2TC: TopCoat and Auto-V;
only DMS 2 / DMS 2TC: single-element mode
with measurement at echo flank/peak in the
multi-echo sequence, measurement between
interface echo and the first backwall echo
Weight
Hazardous Area Operation
Automatic or manual in 1 dB steps
Safe operation as defined by MIL-STD-810E,
Method 511.3, Procedure 1
0.5 to 15 MHz
Material velocity range
39,400 to 393,662 inches/s
1000 to 9999 m/s
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Krautkramer DMS 2
Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges with A-Scan and B-Scan
Dialog languages
For example German, English, French, Italian,
Spanish, up to 12 languages
Interfaces
Serial RS232 interface in combination with a
TGDL cable, max. 115,200 Bauds
Application software
UltraMATE LITE: simple data management
program for transferring measurement data
files to a PC, including integration of the data
into Windows programs
UltraMATE: extensive data management program for displaying and printing measurement
data as graphics, for managing test data, for
entering comments on files
UltraPIPE: versatile, modular-setup data
management program for corrosion analysis
and assessment of the tube/tank life; database
integration
Other accessories
Numerous probes and cables according to
the test task; case set with waist belt; plastic/
hard-shell transport case; foot/hand switch for
transfer of readings; protective foil screens for
LCD; stepped calibration block; memory extension; data transmission cable; Epson dot-matrix
printer for mains operation; Seiko thermal
printer for mains and battery operation; parallel
printer cable
1.95 lbs (885 g) including batteries
Gain
Receiver bandwidth
GE
Inspection Technologies
Data Recorder
Capacity: 150,000 readings /
1,100 A- or B-scans,
extension possible to 318,000 / 2,400
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