PIEZOELECTRIC SIGNAL CONDITIONER Maggot Sensing Systems Endecott® model 133 is a three-channel general purpose piezoelectric signal conditioner with a wide bandwidth of 100 Khz (-3 dB corner), designed to condition accelerometer output signals within modal and structural analysis, NVH, automotive and aerospace testing and general in-laboratory applications. Featuring an industry standard bench mount configuration, the Endeavor model 133 offers a standard RS232 serial interface and supports both ISOTRON® (IEPE) and charge output piezoelectric accelerometers with either manual or computer programmable configurations. Operation and programming of the Enesco model 133 is achieved via the LED illuminated front panel with adjustable gain range of 0 to 1000. A flexible setup allows the user to match a wide range of sensor sensitivities, with output scaling per Engineering Units in mV/G, while three LED's serve as built-in fault status indicators for open/short per channel at ISOTRON® inputs. FLEXIBLE VIDEO BORESCOPE The new Hawkeye Flexible Video Bore scopes are the perfect choice for visual inspection when portability, and easy image capture, are key factors. These scope deliver 5X higher image quality than fiber optic bore scopes. Fully portable, they are either 2- or 4-way articulating, and come complete with video monitor and light source, all in one easy-to-use device. Hawkeye Pro Flexible Video scopes are either 4 mm or 6 mm in diameter, and have flexible tungsten sheaths. They are available in lengths of 1.5 and 3.0 meters. Custom lengths up to 6.0 meters are available upon request. Manufacturers of mission-critical parts, especially in transportation sectors, value the speed and accuracy of Hawkeye Bore scope visual inspection. Aircraft part manufacturers, for example, can quickly inspect oil coolers, turbine blades, landing gear, hydraulic parts, and a variety of other cast and machined parts. Hawkeye Video Bore scope features include: Lever-controlled 2 or 4-way articulation Integrated monitor and light source Built-in USB connection and SD Memory Slot Miniature CMOS camera Fiber optic illumination BLENDING SCOPE The Richard WOLF Blending Scope is built like a traditional bore scope. Its shaft is inserted through one of the standard bore scope ports with the tool extended. To engage the blending tip, just position it at about 90°. A motor drives the lip up to several thousand rpm. The blending process is observed through a high resolution optical lens system either by direct vision through the eyepiece (Richard WOLF standard) or via any standard industrial video camera system. A wide range of tools for cut-ting, grinding, polishing and brushing are available in different lengths and can be fitted to the unique patented miniature drive tool. The Richard WOLF Blending Scope is an all-rigid design which enables the user to exert the working force directly on the damaged object and to "feel" the blending process. No loss occurs from flexible parts. For optimum vision the optical system can be moved within the shah. Tools can be changed within a few seconds without affecting the optical system, and are secured in a positive manner against loss in the engine. The Richard WOLF Blending Scope offers a variety of technical advantages: high precision handling ideal field of view different tools for optimum efficiency simple tool change working angle adjustable stable for optimum access simple way of measuring damage and blending result observation position adjustable for different tool lengths compatible to all standard bore scope equipment
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