Identify problem areas quickly, while minimizing remediation of Haz-Mat insulation, saving valuable time and resources. OpenVision OVDX is also utilized to quickly locate and map weld crown location, heat tracer lines and hangers under insulated pipes. Scan miles with OpenVision versus mere feet accomplished by other NDT methods.
OVDX is lighter, more versatile and more durable than its predecessor, increasing inspection productivity in every way. The lighter design makes OVDX deal for NDT companies using rope-access technicians to conduct CUI studies. Improved image quality and software enhancements make OVDX the premier inspection tool in CUI inspection. Features such as the newly enhanced intuitive operator interface make OVDX more accurate and efficient.
- Intuitive Operator Interface.
- 8 Hour Battery Life.
- No Warm-up Time.
- No Hanging Cables.
- Wireless Video Monitor.
- Improved Image Quality.
- Hi-Resolution Video and Image Reporting.
- Built-In Controller.
- 24% Lighter.
- Enhanced Safety Capabilities.
The new built-in controller cuts down on weight and cables, allowing for more adaptability to unfavorable work environments. With the wireless viewer, an assistant can now view scans during inspection without being tethered to the operator.
Intuitive Operator Interface:
A new software platform makes operation of OpenVision OVDX as simple and effortless as possible. Easy menu navigation and functionality create more options than ever before. Operators can adjust kV and mA in real time during inspection. Images and videos can be downloaded to a flash drive directly from the USB port in seconds.
Ergonomic Adjustable Trigger Handle:
The new trigger handle can be adjusted in seconds to configure OVDX for a specific application.
Compact Versatile Design:
Increase the probability of detection with the slim, rugged OVDX. OpenVision OVDX can be deployed or collapsed for stow away in less than two minutes. With a new sleek imager, an operator can scan insulation in spaces previously too confined to access. Applications that require rope access are also simplified as a result of the sleeker design.
Imaging Area: (Field of View) 4″ to 6″ (10 cm x 15 cm).
Dimensions (X-Ray Tube to Imager):
- Standard 9.5″ (24 cm) to 20 .9″ (53 cm).
- Throat Depth: 21″ (53 cm).
Image Acquisition Time: 30 FPS-Real-Time HDMI Video.
Startup Time: Approximately 30 Seconds.
Shutdown Time: Approximately 5 Seconds.
X-Ray Energies: kV µA R/hr Output
- (Controller Settings) (Voltage) (Current) 11.8″ (30 cm) from the port.
- Low: 40 300 51.61 Medium
- Medium: 55 218 79.3
- High: 70 171 98.2
Approximate Beam Collimation: 18° Horizontal. 10° Vertical.
Image Resolution: Capable of detecting anomalies down to 102 micron/0.004″ (0.1 mm) using 20.9″ (53 cm) standard arm in open air.
Battery Life: 3 hours (Continuous Duty Cycle with 5 AH Battery). 8 Hours (Standby).
Weight: C-Arm: 11 lbs (5 kg). Monitor with Handle: 6.4 lbs (2.9 kg). Packaged System: (Shipping Weight): 53 lbs (24 kg).
Operating Temperature: -20°F to 120°F (-29°C to 49°C).
Storage Temperature: -30°F to 140°F (-34°C to 60°C).
Display: 10″ (25.4 cm) LED Monitor/DVR (Optional). 1024 x 600 Pixels. 16.9 Aspect Ratio. HMD.
Recording: Internal Storage: 128 GB. USB Connectivity.
Shipping Dimensions: 32″ x 20.5″ x 12.5″ (82 cm x 52 cm x 32 cm).
Wireless DVR: 2.4 GHz.
Conformance Testing (CE):
- EN 55011: 2009 + A1: 2010 / CISPR 11:209 + A1: 2010.
- Radiated Electromagnetic Emissions.
- IEC 61000-4-2 Electrostatic Discharge Immunity.
- IEC 61000-4-3 Radiated Electric Field Immunity.
- IEC 61000-4-8 Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity.