The Dakota Ultrasonics MMX-7 v2.0 thickness gauge has all the features of the ZX gauges with some additional advantages. The MMX-7 features Pulse-Echo mode for pit and flaw detection and Echo-Echo mode for through paint and coatings, and users can conveniently toggle between the two modes.
The MMX-7 uses a highly damped, dual-element-style transducer for both modes, eliminating the need to switch between transducer types. The gauge is equipped with a transducer list for improved linearity, multiple calibration and selectable material type options. Transducers with an HD (high damped) designation are commonly used for E-E (echo-echo) through paint modes, CPZT (composite) are used for additional output with materials that are difficult to pass sound through, and standard diameter/frequency transducers are used for P-E (pulse-echo) mode.
The time-based B-Scan feature displays a cross section of the test material. It is commonly used to display
the profile of the bottom surface of the test material.
Built in hardware AGC gain control for through paint measurements in multi mode operation.
The MMX-7 has the ability to store 64 custom user defined setups. All factory setups can be selected, edited
and saved to any setup location.
Use the visual alarm to set hi and lo limits for applications requiring specific tolerances. If the actual thickness
value is above or below the limits, a red light is illuminated.
The MMX-7 also comes complete with our Windows® PC software for transferring data to and from a PC.
The high speed scan feature speeds up the inspection process by making 32 measurements per second.
Remove transducer from the test material, and display the minimum measurement scanned.
Use the AUTOFIND feature to locate the detection point, while automatically adjusting the display to bring