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New ultrasonic diagnostic tool from Spectronics

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By: HazMat Staff
January 10, 2013 2013-01-10

New York -based Spectronics Corporation has introduced the MDE-2000 Marksman™ II, an ultrasonic diagnostic tool that converts and amplifies inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible, natural sound.

This highly-advanced tool allows the technician to hear even the smallest compressed air, natural gas, propane tank, vacuum, steam, and other pressurized leaks before they lead to major breakdowns.

The Marksman II uses a two-tiered approach to ensure accurate diagnosis. The receiver converts inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible sound using heterodyne circuitry. Then, its unique Sound Signature Technology finetunes the audible sound into the natural sound emitted by the leak itself. A 5-LED signal intensity indicator and audible alarm pinpoint the exact source of the problem. An Internal Noise Control (INC) feature safeguards against ambient noise.

The Marksman II comes complete with an ultrasonic receiver, full-sized headphones, a hollow air probe, a solid contact probe and an ultrasonic emitter that helps locate faulty seals, gaskets and weatherstripping in doors, windows, ductwork and other non-pressurized enclosures. All components are packed in a sturdy carrying case.

www.spectroline.com.




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