GLIDER — Two-Axis Flat Panel Scanner

GLIDER
Two-Axis Flat Panel Scanner
User’s Manual
DMTA029-01EN — Rev. D
October 2016
This instruction manual contains essential information on how to use this Olympus product safely and effectively.
Before using this product, thoroughly review this instruction manual. Use the product as instructed.
Keep this instruction manual in a safe, accessible location.
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Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations ........................................................................................ v
Labels and Symbols ........................................................................................... 1
Important Information — Please Read Before Use ..................................... 3
Intended Use .......................................................................................................................... 3
Instruction Manual ................................................................................................................ 3
Loose Parts .............................................................................................................................. 4
Scanner Compatibility .......................................................................................................... 4
Presence of Visual Interferences or Phantom Spots ......................................................... 5
Safety Symbols ....................................................................................................................... 6
Safety Signal Words ............................................................................................................... 6
Note Signal Words ................................................................................................................. 7
Safety ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Warnings ................................................................................................................................. 8
Equipment Disposal .............................................................................................................. 8
CE (European Community) ................................................................................................. 8
WEEE Directive ...................................................................................................................... 9
Warranty Information ........................................................................................................... 9
Technical Support ................................................................................................................ 10
Introduction ...................................................................................................... 11
1. Overview ..................................................................................................... 13
2. Scanner Assembly and Setup .................................................................. 17
2.1
2.2
Assembling the Scanner ........................................................................................... 17
Part Replacement and Adjustment ........................................................................ 18
2.2.1
Replacing the Mounting Pod ........................................................................ 18
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2.2.2
Adjusting the Orientation of the Probe Holder .........................................
2.2.3
Installing Springs on the Bearing Arm ........................................................
2.2.4
Replacing a Conventional Ultrasonic Transducer .....................................
2.2.5
Replacing a Phased Array Probe .................................................................
2.2.6
Changing an Encoder ....................................................................................
2.2.7
Changing the Length of an Axis ..................................................................
2.3 Scanner Installation on the Inspection Surface .....................................................
2.3.1
Installing a Scanner with Suction-Cup Pods ..............................................
2.3.2
Installing a Scanner with Magnetic Pods ....................................................
2.4 Setting Up the Scanner for Inspection ....................................................................
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24
27
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32
35
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3. Operating the Scanner .............................................................................. 39
4. Specifications .............................................................................................. 43
5. Accessories and Spare Parts ..................................................................... 45
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Yokes ...........................................................................................................................
Couplant-Feed Units ................................................................................................
Connector Reference .................................................................................................
Spare Parts ..................................................................................................................
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46
47
47
6. Maintenance ................................................................................................ 51
6.1
6.2
Preventive Maintenance ........................................................................................... 51
Unit Cleaning ............................................................................................................. 51
List of Figures ................................................................................................... 53
List of Tables ..................................................................................................... 55
Index ................................................................................................................... 57
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List of Abbreviations
A.M.
according to model
CE
European Community
EC
eddy current
ECA
eddy current array
FSW
friction stir weld
ID
internal diameter
N/A
not applicable
OD
outside diameter
P/N
part number
PA
phased array
UT
ultrasonic testing
WEEE
waste electrical and electronic equipment
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Labels and Symbols
Safety-related labels and symbols are attached to the GLIDER scanner at the location
shown in Figure i-1 on page 1, with contents listed in Table 1 on page 2. If any or all of
the labels or symbols are missing or illegible, please contact Olympus.
Rating label
Figure i‑1 Location of label on the GLIDER scanner
Labels and Symbols
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Table 1 Content of the rating label
Content
M/N
The model number is an eight (8) digit number.
S/N
The serial number is an eight (8) digit number.
The regulatory compliance mark (RCM) label indicates that
the product complies with all applicable standards, and has
been registered with the Australian Communications and
Media Authority (ACMA) for placement on the Australian
market.
The warning symbol indicates that the user must read the
user’s manual in order to find out the nature of the potential
hazards and any actions to avoid them.
The WEEE symbol indicates that the product must not be
disposed of as unsorted municipal waste, but should be
collected separately.
The CE marking is a declaration that this product conforms to
all the applicable directives of the European Community. See
the Declaration of Conformity for details. Contact your Olympus
representative for more information.
The direct current symbol.
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use
Intended Use
The GLIDER scanner is designed to perform nondestructive inspections on industrial
and commercial materials.
WARNING
Do not use the GLIDER scanner for any purpose other than its intended use. It must
never be used to inspect or examine human or animal body parts.
Instruction Manual
This instruction manual contains essential information on how to use this Olympus
product safely and effectively. Before using this product, thoroughly review this
instruction manual. Use the product as instructed.
Keep this instruction manual in a safe, accessible location.
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IMPORTANT
Some of the details of components illustrated in this manual may differ from the
components installed on your instrument. However, the operating principles remain
the same.
Loose Parts
WARNING
The user is responsible for ensuring that no scanner parts have come loose or are lost
in critical mechanisms being inspected or maintained, especially in the case of aircraft.
Conduct a proper inspection before and after use to prevent foreign-object debris
(FOD) that could potentially cause equipment damage, injuries, or loss of life.
Scanner Compatibility
The GLIDER scanner is compatible with the Olympus ancillary equipment listed in
Table 2 on page 5.
CAUTION
Always use equipment and accessories that meet Olympus specifications. Using
incompatible equipment could cause equipment malfunction and/or damage, or
human injury.
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Table 2 Ancillary equipment
Equipment
Description
OmniScan PA and FOCUS LT
Several types of phased array instrument model
can be used (may require one of the encoder cable
adaptors listed below).
Phased array probe and wedge
Several models used. See Table 5 on page 45 for
optional holder models required according to
wedge models.
P/N: U8775201
Scanner interface adaptor to connect scanner
encoder cables with DE15 connector to OmniScan
MX2, SX and FOCUS PX with LEMO connector
scanner interface.
P/N: U8780329
Scanner interface adaptor to connect scanner
encoder cables with LEMO connector to OmniScan
MX with DE15 connector scanner interface.
P/N: U8769010
0.3 m long adaptor LEMO female to Bendix male
linking LEMO encoder cable to FOCUS LT.
P/N: U8767107
0.3 m long adaptor DE15 female to Bendix male
linking DE15 encoder cable to FOCUS LT.
Presence of Visual Interferences or Phantom Spots
IMPORTANT
In a situation of physical proximity to powerful electromagnetic radiators, visual
interferences or phantom spots may be present. These interferences are temporary
and their persistence is not permanent in comparison with physical features of the
inspected part.
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Safety Symbols
The following safety symbols might appear on the product and in the instruction
manual:
General warning symbol
This symbol is used to alert the user to potential hazards. All safety messages that
follow this symbol shall be obeyed to avoid possible harm or material damage.
Shock hazard caution symbol
This symbol is used to alert the user to potential electric shock hazards. All safety
messages that follow this symbol shall be obeyed to avoid possible harm.
Magnetic field warning symbol
This symbol is used to alert the user to potentially strong magnetic fields. All
safety messages that follow this symbol shall be obeyed to avoid possible harm.
Safety Signal Words
The following safety symbols might appear in the documentation of the product:
DANGER
The DANGER signal word indicates an imminently hazardous situation. It calls
attention to a procedure, practice, or the like, which, if not correctly performed or
adhered to, will result in death or serious personal injury. Do not proceed beyond a
DANGER signal word until the indicated conditions are fully understood and met.
WARNING
The WARNING signal word indicates a potentially hazardous situation. It calls
attention to a procedure, practice, or the like, which, if not correctly performed or
adhered to, could result in death or serious personal injury. Do not proceed beyond a
WARNING signal word until the indicated conditions are fully understood and met.
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CAUTION
The CAUTION signal word indicates a potentially hazardous situation. It calls
attention to an operating procedure, practice, or the like, which, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, may result in minor or moderate personal injury, material
damage, particularly to the product, destruction of part or all of the product, or loss of
data. Do not proceed beyond a CAUTION signal word until the indicated conditions
are fully understood and met.
Note Signal Words
The following symbols could appear in the documentation of the product:
IMPORTANT
The IMPORTANT signal word calls attention to a note that provides important
information, or information essential to the completion of a task.
NOTE
The NOTE signal word calls attention to an operating procedure, practice, or the like,
which requires special attention. A note also denotes related parenthetical
information that is useful, but not imperative.
TIP
The TIP signal word calls attention to a type of note that helps you apply the
techniques and procedures described in the manual to your specific needs, or
provides hints on how to effectively use the capabilities of the product.
Safety
Before turning on the instrument, verify that the correct safety precautions have been
taken (see the following warnings). In addition, note the external markings on the
instrument, which are described under “Safety Symbols”.
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Warnings
WARNING
General Warnings
•
Carefully read the instructions contained in this instruction manual prior to
turning on the instrument.
•
Keep this instruction manual in a safe place for further reference.
•
Follow the installation and operation procedures.
•
It is imperative to respect the safety warnings on the instrument and in this
instruction manual.
•
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the
protection provided by the equipment could be impaired.
•
Do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification to the
instrument.
Equipment Disposal
Before disposing of the GLIDER scanner, check your local laws, rules, and
regulations, and follow them accordingly.
CE (European Community)
This device complies with the requirements of both directive
2014/30/EU concerning electromagnetic compatibility and directive
2014/35/EC concerning low voltage. The CE marking indicates
compliance with the above directives.
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WEEE Directive
In accordance with European Directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), this symbol indicates that the
product must not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste, but
should be collected separately. Refer to your local Olympus distributor
for return and/or collection systems available in your country.
Warranty Information
Olympus guarantees your Olympus product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a specific period, and in accordance with conditions specified in the
Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas Inc. Terms and Conditions available at
http://www.olympus-ims.com/en/terms/.
The Olympus warranty only covers equipment that has been used in a proper
manner, as described in this instruction manual, and that has not been subjected to
excessive abuse, attempted unauthorized repair, or modification.
Inspect materials thoroughly on receipt for evidence of external or internal damage
that might have occurred during shipment. Immediately notify the carrier making the
delivery of any damage, because the carrier is normally liable for damage during
shipment. Retain packing materials, waybills, and other shipping documentation
needed in order to file a damage claim. After notifying the carrier, contact Olympus
for assistance with the damage claim and equipment replacement, if necessary.
This instruction manual explains the proper operation of your Olympus product. The
information contained herein is intended solely as a teaching aid, and shall not be
used in any particular application without independent testing and/or verification by
the operator or the supervisor. Such independent verification of procedures becomes
increasingly important as the criticality of the application increases. For this reason,
Olympus makes no warranty, expressed or implied, that the techniques, examples, or
procedures described herein are consistent with industry standards, nor that they
meet the requirements of any particular application.
Olympus reserves the right to modify any product without incurring the
responsibility for modifying previously manufactured products.
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Technical Support
Olympus is firmly committed to providing the highest level of customer service and
product support. If you experience any difficulties when using our product, or if it
fails to operate as described in the documentation, first consult the user’s manual, and
then, if you are still in need of assistance, contact our After-Sales Service. To locate the
nearest service center, visit the Service Centers page at: http://www.olympusims.com.
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Introduction
This manual contains instructions on assembling, installing, and operating the
GLIDER scanner.
The GLIDER scanner has two axes of motion: the X-axis and the Y-axis. Encoders, one
on each axis, provide precise position information. The scanner is used for inspecting
slightly curved and flat surfaces. It uses a single probe or transducer, which can vary
in type:
•
A conventional ultrasonic (UT) transducer or phased array ultrasonic (PA) probe.
•
An eddy current (EC) probe or eddy current array (ECA) probe. The probe holder
for the eddy current type of probe is not included with the scanner, however.
Typical applications include the inspection of plates and airplane fuselages for
delamination, cracks, and corrosion, as well as the inspection of friction stir welds
(FSW) on aluminum. The scanner is well suited for raster scanning with a single probe
or transducer.
Commonly inspected materials include composites, aluminum, and carbon steel.
Suction-cup mounting pods are used to hold the scanner against the inspection
surface. On ferromagnetic materials such as steel, however, optional magnetic
mounting pods are used to hold the scanner.
To help users understand and safely use the scanner, this manual provides the
following subject matter:
•
An overview of main components
•
Setup and operation
•
Maintenance
•
Specifications
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1. Overview
This chapter provides an overview of the components on the GLIDER scanner.
The scanner’s X-axis is secured to the inspection surface by either suction cups or
magnetic pods (sold separately). The probe (or transducer) holder moves along the Yaxis. Between inspection passes along one of the axes, the probe or transducer can be
either incremented in fixed steps or moved freely along the other axis to perform a
raster scan.
The GLIDER scanner is made up of three main component groups:
•
Mounting pods (either suction-cup pods or magnetic pods)
•
X-axis encoder module
•
Y-axis encoder module
The elements of these main groups are illustrated in Figure 1-1 on page 14; a detailed
description follows.
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X-axis encoder module
X-axis lock
X-axis increment knob
Encoder 1
Pivot lock for mounting
pod
X-axis
Encoder 2
Y-axis
increment knob
Y-axis quick release
Y-axis
lock
Y-axis
Bearing arm
Mounting pod
Probe or transducer
holder
Mounting bracket for
probe or transducer
holder
Y-axis encoder module
Y-axis
support
Figure 1‑1 Scanner components
Mounting pods
The X-axis is attached to two mounting pods that hold the scanner against the
inspection surface. Depending on the material to inspect, one of the following
models can be used (see Figure 1-2 on page 15): a suction-cup pod (included) or a
magnetic pod (optional).
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Figure 1‑2 Mounting pod models: magnetic pod (left) and suction cup pod (right)
The following features are common to both the X-axis and the Y-axis encoder
modules:
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Wheels, which are mounted on bearings that provide a smooth movement during
the entire axis stroke.
•
Encoders, which measure the probe position along the axes (encoder resolution is
marked on the module).
•
Locking devices, which allow each axis to be locked.
•
Increment knobs, which can be set to either increment the axes in 4 mm steps, or
to provide a free-running motion (see Figure 1-3 on page 15).
Figure 1‑3 Increment‑knob positions: incrementing (left) and free‑running (right)
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X-axis encoder module
In addition to the common features listed above, the X-axis encoder module is
equipped with a quick-release device for the Y-axis, which allows you to
position the Y-axis with respect to the X-axis.
Y-axis encoder module
In addition to the common features listed above, the Y-axis encoder module
includes a mounting surface for the probe (or transducer) holder.
To help stabilize the Y-axis, one end rests on a height-adjustable support that
is equipped with a wheel.
The scanner components are stored in a custom case (see Figure 1-4 on page 16).
Figure 1‑4 Scanner components stored in the case
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2. Scanner Assembly and Setup
The GLIDER scanner is designed for ease of assembly, servicing, installation, and
setup.
2.1
Assembling the Scanner
To assemble the scanner, simply insert the Y-axis into the X-axis module.
To insert the Y-axis into the X-axis module
1.
Pull up on the Y-axis quick release device (see Figure 2-1 on page 17).
2.
Slide the Y-axis into the X-axis module.
Figure 2‑1 Inserting the Y‑axis into the X‑axis module
3.
Release the quick-release device.
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2.2
Part Replacement and Adjustment
This section contains procedures for replacing or adjusting the bearing arm springs,
the mounting pods, the probe or transducer holders, and the encoders.
2.2.1
Replacing the Mounting Pod
The following procedure is valid for both the suction-cup model and the magneticpod model (see Figure 2-2 on page 18).
Figure 2‑2 Mounting pod models: magnetic pod (left) and suction‑cup pod (right)
To replace a mounting pod
1.
Remove the screws at the locations shown in Figure 2-3 on page 18.
Figure 2‑3 Removing the screws on the mounting pod
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2.
Remove the mounting pod (see Figure 2-4 on page 19).
Figure 2‑4 Removing the mounting pod
3.
2.2.2
Install the new mounting pod in the reverse order of removal.
Adjusting the Orientation of the Probe Holder
The probe orientation can be easily adjusted by unlocking and turning the probe
holder in set increments.
To change the probe holder orientation
1.
Loosen the locking knob (see Figure 2-5 on page 20.)
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Figure 2‑5 Loosening the knob
2.
Free the position-locking notch under the knob and turn the probe holder to the
desired position (see Figure 2-6 on page 20).
Figure 2‑6 Freeing the notch (left) and turning the probe holder
3.
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Align the notch in the new position (see Figure 2-7 on page 21).
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Figure 2‑7 Aligning the notch in the new position
4.
Tighten the knob to lock the probe holder (see Figure 2-8 on page 21).
Figure 2‑8 Tightening the knob in the new position
2.2.3
Installing Springs on the Bearing Arm
Depending on how you choose to operate the scanner, it might be necessary to install
springs on the bearing arm:
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•
If you prefer moving the Y-axis encoder module with your hand resting on the
probe (or transducer), you do not require springs, because your hand will provide
the required downward pressure on the probe (or transducer).
•
If you prefer to move the Y-axis encoder module with your hand resting on the
module, you need to install springs on the arm.
The spring hardware is shown in Figure 2-9 on page 22.
Figure 2‑9 Bearing‑arm springs and screws
To install the bearing-arm springs
1.
Insert a mounting screw through the end loop of one of the springs, and then
screw the screw into one of the threaded holes at the top of the bearing arm, as
shown in Figure 2-10 on page 23.
Lift up the bearing arm for ease of access.
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Figure 2‑10 Connecting the spring to the top of the bearing arm
2.
Connect the other end of the spring to the mounting bracket, as shown in
Figure 2-11 on page 23.
Figure 2‑11 Connecting the spring to the mounting bracket
3.
Repeat the above steps for the second spring.
The probe or transducer holder is now held against the inspection surface with a
constant pressure (see Figure 2-12 on page 24).
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Figure 2‑12 Probe or transducer holder held down by springs on bearing arm
2.2.4
Replacing a Conventional Ultrasonic Transducer
To replace a conventional ultrasonic transducer, the transducer-holder assembly must
be removed and partially disassembled.
To replace a conventional ultrasonic transducer
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1.
Turn off the couplant flow.
2.
Disconnect the couplant tubes from the couplant source, and from the wedge, if
necessary.
3.
Disconnect the transducer cable.
4.
Remove the scanner from the inspection surface.
5.
Using a flat screwdriver, at the back of the bearing arm, unscrew the screw to free
the yoke from the bearing arm (see Figure 2-13 on page 25).
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Figure 2‑13 The screw that holds the yoke on the bearing arm
6.
Remove the yoke.
7.
Using a hexagonal key, remove the screw that holds the yoke parts together (see
Figure 2-14 on page 25).
Figure 2‑14 The screw that holds the yoke parts together
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8.
Ensure that the transducer cable is disconnected, and then unscrew the
transducer from the wedge (see Figure 2-15 on page 26).
It is possible to unscrew the transducer without removing the wedge.
Figure 2‑15 Unscrewing the transducer
9.
Screw the new transducer onto the wedge.
NOTE
Before you install the new transducer on the wedge, ensure that there is a sufficient
amount of couplant between the transducer and the wedge.
10. Tighten the transducer on the wedge.
CAUTION
Do not overtighten the transducer on the wedge; overtightening might crack the
wedge.
11. Reinstall the transducer assembly on the bearing arm.
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2.2.5
Replacing a Phased Array Probe
To replace a phased array ultrasonic probe, the probe assembly must be removed and
partially disassembled.
To replace a phased array probe
1.
Turn off the couplant flow.
2.
Disconnect the couplant tubes from the couplant source.
3.
Disconnect the probe cable on the instrument.
CAUTION
To prevent any damage to the Hypertronics connector pins, be sure to always install
the protective cover when the probe cable is disconnected.
4.
Remove the scanner from the inspection surface.
5.
Using a flat screwdriver, at the back of the bearing arm, unscrew the screw to free
the yoke from the bearing arm (see Figure 2-13 on page 25).
6.
If it is necessary to remove the yoke from the wedge, use a hexagonal key to
remove the screw (on the side of the yoke) that holds the yoke parts together (see
Figure 2-16 on page 27).
Figure 2‑16 The screw that holds the yoke parts together
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7.
Using a cross-head screwdriver, unscrew the four screws that hold the probe on
the wedge, and then remove the probe from the wedge (see Figure 2-17 on
page 28).
Figure 2‑17 Removing the probe from the wedge
8.
Install the new probe on the wedge.
NOTE
Before you install the new probe on the wedge, ensure that there is a sufficient
amount of couplant between the probe and the wedge.
9.
Tighten the four screws that hold the probe on the wedge.
CAUTION
Do not overtighten the screws; overtightening might crack the wedge.
10. Reinstall the yoke on the wedge.
11. Reinstall the probe assembly on the bearing arm.
2.2.6
Changing an Encoder
An encoder only needs to be changed if it malfunctions.
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To change an encoder
1.
Remove the two screws (see Figure 2-18 on page 29).
Figure 2‑18 Removing the encoder screws
2.
Remove the encoder (see Figure 2-19 on page 29), and then replace it with the new
encoder, repeating the steps in reverse order.
Figure 2‑19 Removing the encoder
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2.2.7
Changing the Length of an Axis
The X-axis or Y-axis length on the GLIDER scanner can be increased or decreased by
changing the appropriate frame section.
NOTE
To minimize wear of the axis-gear components, it is recommended to minimize the
axis-changing frequency.
To change the length of an axis
1.
Remove the axis by turning the increment knob with one hand while supporting
the axis with the other hand (see Figure 2-20 on page 30).
You will feel a light resistance as the axis is moving; however, continue to turn the
knob until the axis completely exits the encoder module.
Figure 2‑20 Removing the axis
2.
Align the new axis with the opening in the encoder module (see Figure 2-21 on
page 31).
The rack gear must align with the pinion gear in the module.
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Figure 2‑21 Aligning the new axis
3.
Turn the increment knob to move the axis into the module (see Figure 2-22 on
page 31).
Figure 2‑22 Turning the increment knob to move axis into the module
4.
Turn the increment knob to completely pass the axis through the encoder module
(see Figure 2-23 on page 32).
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Figure 2‑23 The axis passed completely through the encoder module
2.3
Scanner Installation on the Inspection Surface
To install the scanner on the inspection surface, the scanner needs to be positioned,
and the mounting pods need to be attached to the surface. This section outlines the
procedures for the two types of mounting pod: suction-cup and magnetic pods.
2.3.1
Installing a Scanner with Suction-Cup Pods
The suction cups are used to hold the scanner against a smooth, non-ferromagnetic
surface.
To install a scanner with suction cups
1.
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Loosen the pivot locks on the two mounting pods (see Figure 2-24 on page 33).
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Figure 2‑24 Loosening the pivot locks on the mounting pods
2.
Place the scanner at the desired position on the inspection surface.
Ensure that good contact is made between the suction cup and the inspection
surface.
3.
While applying a downward pressure on the scanner with one hand, repeatedly
squeeze the pump button with the other hand until the suction cup is engaged
and well seated on the inspection surface (see Figure 2-25 on page 33). Repeat this
for the second pod.
Figure 2‑25 Attaching the suction cups to the inspection surface
4.
Set the Y-axis level:
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a)
Loosen the thumbscrew used to lock the Y-axis support.
b)
Adjust the level of the Y-axis.
c)
When the Y-axis is level, tighten the thumbscrew (see Figure 2-26 on page 34).
Figure 2‑26 Tightening the thumbscrew on the Y‑axis support
5.
Tighten the pivot locks on the two mounting pods.
NOTE
To remove the scanner from the inspection surface, push up against the tab on the
suction cups, as shown in Figure 2-27 on page 35.
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Figure 2‑27 Disengaging a suction cup from the surface
2.3.2
Installing a Scanner with Magnetic Pods
The magnetic pods are used to hold the scanner against a ferromagnetic surface.
WARNING
When the magnetic pods are switched on, they may exert forces that exceed
regulatory limits. These forces are not exerted in the switched-off position. When
using the magnetic pods, position the pod on the surface before switching on the
magnet. Failure to do so may result in serious injuries.
To install a scanner with magnetic pods
1.
Loosen the pivot locks on the two mounting pods.
2.
Before placing the scanner on the inspection surface, ensure that the magneticactivation lever is in the “off” position (see Figure 2-28 on page 36).
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Figure 2‑28 Magnetic‑activation lever in the “off” position
3.
Place the scanner at the desired position on the inspection surface.
IMPORTANT
To ensure good adhesion to the inspection surface, be sure to optimize the contact
between the magnetic pod and the surface.
4.
When you are satisfied with the scanner position, turn the magnetic-activation
lever to the “on” position (see Figure 2-29 on page 36).
Figure 2‑29 Magnetic‑activation lever in the “on” position
5.
36
Check the holding force of each magnetic pod.
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If a pod is not holding strongly enough, release it, and then repeat the
optimization of the contact area between the pod and the surface to firmly attach
the pod to the surface.
WARNING
If you aren’t able to achieve a good holding force with the pod, do not use the scanner
on a surface that has a steep slope. Otherwise, equipment damage or personal injuries
may result.
6.
7.
Set the Y-axis level:
a)
Loosen the thumbscrew used to lock the Y-axis support.
b)
Adjust the level of the Y-axis.
c)
When the Y-axis is level, tighten the thumbscrew (see Figure 2-26 on page 34).
Tighten the pivot locks on the two mounting pods.
NOTE
To remove a magnetic pod from the inspection surface, simply turn the magneticactivation lever to the “off” position.
2.4
Setting Up the Scanner for Inspection
Before starting the inspection, it is necessary to ensure that the scanner’s connections
(such as the probe or transducer cable, encoder cable, and water tube) are correctly
made on the main equipment components.
To set up the scanner for inspection
1.
Use the dedicated cable to connect the probe or transducer to the acquisition unit.
2.
Connect the water tube between the wedge and the water-supply unit (see
Figure 2-30 on page 38).
3.
Connect the encoders to the acquisition unit.
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Acquisition unit
Encoder connector on
acquisition unit (may differ
from example shown)
Encoder 1 (X)
connector
Encoder 2 (Y)
connector
Cable between probe (or
transducer) and acquisition
unit
Tube between wedge and water
supply
Figure 2‑30 Scanner setup
38
4.
Verify that the encoders have the desired allocation in the acquisition unit.
5.
Enter the encoder resolution on the acquisition unit. It is recommended to
perform an encoder calibration on both axes to improve the precision.
6.
Conveniently arrange your connections: a suggested arrangement—using Velcro
and cable ties—is shown in Figure 2-30 on page 38.
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3. Operating the Scanner
The GLIDER scanner is designed to be used manually, and is well suited for raster
scanning. In the example raster-scanning procedure outlined below, the Y-axis is used
for the scanning motion, while the X-axis is used for incrementing between scanning
passes.
WARNING
If you are operating the GLIDER scanner in an upside down position, or if you are
operating it on a high structure, secure the GLIDER scanner with a safety line
(lanyard) to prevent it from falling. Failure to secure the scanner can lead to serious
personal injuries or death.
WARNING
When you are moving the GLIDER scanner and changing pod locations, make sure
that the magnetic lock is switched on in the new location. Failure to correctly switch
on the magnetic lock may result in serious personal injuries or death.
To operate the scanner
1.
Position and attach the scanner so that you will be able to cover the entire
inspection surface with your scanning pattern (see “Scanner Installation on the
Inspection Surface” on page 32).
2.
Place the Y-axis encoder module so that the probe or transducer is located at the
starting position of the scanning pattern.
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3.
Lock the X-axis by using the locking device (see Figure 3-1 on page 40).
Figure 3‑1 Knob engages inwards to lock the X‑axis
4.
Pull the increment knob for the Y-axis into the free-running position (see
Figure 3-2 on page 40).
Figure 3‑2 The increment knob in the free‑running position
40
5.
Unlock the Y-axis.
6.
Move the Y-axis encoder module across the inspection surface (see Figure 3-3 on
page 41).
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Figure 3‑3 Making the inspection pass with the Y‑axis module
7.
When you have completed your inspection pass, lock the Y-axis.
8.
Unlock the X-axis (see Figure 3-4 on page 41).
Figure 3‑4 Pull out the knob to unlock the X‑axis
9.
With the increment knob in the 4 mm increment position, turn the knob the
desired number of increments (see Figure 3-5 on page 42).
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Figure 3‑5 Turning the increment knob
10. Lock the X-axis.
11. Unlock the Y-axis.
12. Move the Y-axis encoder module in the reverse direction.
13. Repeat the above inspection-pass steps until the entire inspection surface has been
covered.
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4. Specifications
The general specifications for the GLIDER scanner are listed in Table 3 on page 43.
Table 3 General specifications
Parameter
Value
Dimensions and weight
See Table 4 on page 44
Motion increment
4 mm
Scanner holding force
(under ideal conditions)
Suction cups: 7 kg (15 lb) per cup
Magnetic pods: 81 kg (180 lb) per pod
Encoder
Type: Quadrature
Resolution: 13 steps/mm ± 0.15 steps/mm
(330 steps/in. ± 0.006 steps/in.)
Waterproof
Pinout: see Figure 4-1 on page 44
Power rating: 5 VDC, 25 mA maximum
Frequency: 0 kHz to 1.5 kHz (for a maximum
displacement velocity of 10 cm/s [4 in./s])
Outdoor use
Yes
Altitude
Up to 2000 m
Operating temperature
5 °C to 40 °C
Storage temperature
−20 °C to 60 °C
Relative humidity (RH)
Max. 80 %, non condensing
Wet locations
Yes
Pollution level
2
Waterproof
Yes
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Encoder Y
Encoder X
Red
White
Brown
White
Black
White
Pair #1
Pair #2
Pair #3
Case
Red
Black
Green
White
Shield+drain wire
Red
Black
Green
White
Shield+drain wire
Encoder X
Case
Encoder Y
Case
Figure 4‑1 Pinout for EWIX1415 cable
Table 4 Dimensions (overall)
44
Model
X (length)
Y (width)
Z (height)
18×18
700 mm (27.56 in.)
690 mm (27.16 in.)
152 mm (5.98 in.)
24×24
900 mm (35.43 in.)
845 mm (33.26 in.)
152 mm (5.98 in.)
36×36
1200 mm (47.24 in.) 1150 mm (45.27 in.)
152 mm (5.98 in.)
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5. Accessories and Spare Parts
This chapter contains lists of accessories (such as yokes and pumps) and spare parts
for the GLIDER scanner.
5.1
Yokes
Figure 5-1 on page 45 and Table 5 on page 45 provide ordering information for yokes.
Yoke dimensions depend on the wedge model used.
Button
Figure 5‑1 Yoke geometry
Table 5 Replacement yokes
Part
number
Wedge compliance
Button
A
OD
(mm)
(mm)
B
(mm)
Standard yokes
U8775048a ST1, ST2, SPE1, SPE2, SPE3, SA0
5
31.75
23.5
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Table 5 Replacement yokes (continued)
Part
number
Wedge compliance
Button
A
OD
(mm)
(mm)
B
(mm)
U8775047b SA1, SA2, SA10, SA11, SA12, SA31, SA32,
SI1, SPWZ3, SNW1-AQ25 (WR), and
SNW3-AQ25
8
40
55
U8775046 SA10, SA11, SA31, and SA32
8
40
38
Other yokes
U8775187 SPWZ1 and SA14 (in reverse position)
8
40
46
U8780194 SPWZ1, SA14, RexoFORM, and SNW3AQ25-WR
8
40
65
U8775055 SA1-L (lateral)
8
45
60
U8779096 SA3
8
50
55
U8775084 SA4, SA5, and HydroFORM-A-LiteHolder
8
55
55
U8779097 Water wedge
8
50
65
U8775132 SNW1
8
31.75
55
U8775165 SNW2
8
31.75
23.5
U8775164 SNW3
8
31.75
65
Q7750014 SA17-DN
5
50
38
Q7750015 SA17-N
5
31.75
38
U8775056 SA27-DN and Creeping wave probe holder
(U8775080)
5
40
23
a.
b.
5.2
Standard yoke for TOFD-P/E probe mounting.
Standard yoke for phased array probe mounting.
Couplant-Feed Units
Couplant can be supplied to wedges by either an electric or a manual pump (see
Table 6 on page 47).
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Table 6 Couplant‑feed units
Part
number
5.3
Description
U8780008
Electric couplant-feed unit. 3.78 L/min at
414 kPa (1 GPM at 60 psi)
100 VAC/240 VAC
U8780009
Electric couplant-feed unit with suction
capability
Same operating specification as U8780008
U8775153
4 L manual water pump with irrigation
tubes and fittings
U8775001
8 L manual water pump with irrigation
tubes and fittings
Connector Reference
GLIDER scanner models sold after July 2013 come standard with the LEMO
connector, which is compatible with the OmniScan MX2 and SX instruments. For use
with a different instrument, an optional adaptor is required (see Table 7 on page 47).
Table 7 Required encoder cable adaptor
Scanner
connector
LEMO (from July
2013 onward)
DE15 (Prior to
July 2013)
5.4
Instrument
OmniScan MX
OmniScan MX2,
SX, and FOCUS PX
TomoScan
FOCUS LT
U8780329
N/A
U8769010
N/A
U8775201
U8767107
Spare Parts
An exploded view of the GLIDER scanner is shown in Figure 5-2 on page 48. A list of
standard spare parts is provided in Table 8 on page 48.
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26
a.
b.
28
27
30
29
Figure 5‑2 Exploded view
Table 8 Spare parts
Drawing
Quantity
item
48
Part
number
Description
1
2
Q8300938
X-Y index module, complete assembly
2
2
Q8300939
Hook and loop cable tie mounts
3
2
U8907070
M3×8 mm hexagonal screw
4
2
U8907456
Suction-cup mounting pod assembly
0
a
U8775058
Kit of 2: Magnetic mounting pod assembly and yaxis support
5
2
U8907069
M6×35 mm flat-head hexagonal screw
6
2
U8775135
Encoder and screw assembly
7
4
U8906398
M3×8 mm flat-head hexagonal screw for encoder
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Table 8 Spare parts (continued)
Drawing
Quantity
item
Part
number
Description
8
2
U8908650
Encoder
9
1
U8779134
Y-axis end support assembly
10
1
U8900330
M5×1 mm flat washer for thumb screw
11
1
Q8300725
M5 thumb screw
12
1
Q8300934
10-32 shoulder screw for idler roller, OD 6.35 mm
(0.25 in.), length 12.7 mm (0.5 in.)
13
2
U8775044
Washer for idler roller, ESP, ID 6.35 mm (0.25 in.),
OD 9.52 mm (0.375 in.), thickness 0.10 mm
(0.004 in.)
14
1
15
Q8300674
Idler roller
b
A.M.
U8775062
Y-axis assembly 460 mm (18 in.)
A.M.
U8775063
Y-axis assembly 610 mm (24 in.)
A.M.
U8775064
Y-axis assembly 915 mm (36 in.)
16
1
U8909310
Pivoting support for SLA
17
4
U8900327
M5 stainless steel spring washer
18
4
U8900317
M5×12 mm stainless steel hexagonal socket cap
screw
19
1
U8775041
Screw for attaching yoke to bearing arm
20
2
U8775110
Bearing, ID 6.35 mm (0.25 in.), OD 9.52 mm
(0.375 in.), thickness 3.18 mm (0.125 in.)
21
1
U8902465
Bearing arm for SLA
2
U8900337
Spring for bearing arm
22 (a)
(b)
1
U8831534
Long yoke arm, 55 mm
1
Q8300931
Short yoke arm for UT probe
23
1
Q8300937
Index axis support
24
4
U8830211
M6×16 mm SS hex socket flat head cap screw
25
A.M.
U8775059
X-axis assembly 460 mm (18 in.)
A.M.
U8775060
X-axis assembly 610 mm (24 in.)
A.M.
U8775061
X-axis assembly 915 mm (36 in.)
26
2
U8906873
Suction cup and manual pump
27
2
U8906398
Screw, M3×8 mm PHI FLAT STAIN for 55 mm long
yoke arm (U8831534)
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Table 8 Spare parts (continued)
Drawing
Quantity
item
a.
b.
50
Part
number
Description
28
2
U8721914
7.8 mm diameter wedge pivot for 55 mm long yoke
arm (U8831534)
29
2
U8770530
Probe screw pivot for short yoke arm (Q8300931)
30
2
U8770531
0.040 in. yoke spacer for short yoke arm (Q8300931)
Not
shown
A.M.
U8775302
5 m encoder cable to OmniScan MX2/SX—
18×18 model
Not
shown
A.M.
U8775303
5 m encoder cable to OmniScan MX2/SX—
24×24 model
Not
shown
A.M.
U8775304
5 m encoder cable to OmniScan MX2/SX—
36×36 model
Not
shown
1
Q8300936
3 mm hexagonal key
Not
shown
1
Q8300935
4 mm hexagonal key
Not
shown
2
Q8300871
16 mm (5/8 in.) VELCRO strips (unit length:
305 mm [1 ft])
Not
shown
3
U8906665
16 mm (5/8 in.) VELCRO strips, 102 mm (4 in.) long
Not
shown
1
U8902321
“Y” irrigation splitter
Not
shown
5
U8902320
4 mm ID irrigation tube (unit length: 305 mm [1 ft])
Not
shown
2
U8900341
1/8 in. ID irrigation tube (unit length: 305 mm [1 ft])
Not
shown
1
U8902317
Irrigation 8 mm valve
Not
shown
1
U8901372
Irrigation coupling, 8 m to 2 × 6 mm
Optional
According to model (A.M.)
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6. Maintenance
The service requirements of the GLIDER scanner are minimal. Depending on
operating conditions, the GLIDER scanner parts might need periodic cleaning.
NOTE
For parts adjustment and replacement procedures, see “Part Replacement and
Adjustment” on page 18.
6.1
Preventive Maintenance
The GLIDER scanner does not require preventive maintenance. Only a regular
inspection of the product is recommended to ensure that the GLIDER scanner
functions correctly.
6.2
Unit Cleaning
The GLIDER scanner’s external surfaces can be cleaned when needed.
To clean the unit
1.
Ensure the unit is turned off by removing the source of power.
2.
Disconnect all cables.
3.
To bring the unit back to its original finish, clean the housing with a soft cloth.
4.
To remove persistent stains, use a damp cloth with a soft, soapy solution. Do not
use abrasive products or powerful solvents that could damage the finish.
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5.
52
Wait until the unit dries completely before reconnecting the cables.
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List of Figures
Figure i-1
Figure 1-1
Figure 1-2
Figure 1-3
Figure 1-4
Figure 2-1
Figure 2-2
Figure 2-3
Figure 2-4
Figure 2-5
Figure 2-6
Figure 2-7
Figure 2-8
Figure 2-9
Figure 2-10
Figure 2-11
Figure 2-12
Figure 2-13
Figure 2-14
Figure 2-15
Figure 2-16
Figure 2-17
Figure 2-18
Figure 2-19
Figure 2-20
Figure 2-21
Figure 2-22
Figure 2-23
Figure 2-24
Figure 2-25
Location of label on the GLIDER scanner ........................................................ 1
Scanner components ......................................................................................... 14
Mounting pod models: magnetic pod (left) and suction cup pod (right) .. 15
Increment-knob positions: incrementing (left) and free-running (right) ... 15
Scanner components stored in the case .......................................................... 16
Inserting the Y-axis into the X-axis module ................................................... 17
Mounting pod models: magnetic pod (left) and suction-cup pod (right) .. 18
Removing the screws on the mounting pod .................................................. 18
Removing the mounting pod ........................................................................... 19
Loosening the knob ........................................................................................... 20
Freeing the notch (left) and turning the probe holder .................................. 20
Aligning the notch in the new position .......................................................... 21
Tightening the knob in the new position ....................................................... 21
Bearing-arm springs and screws ..................................................................... 22
Connecting the spring to the top of the bearing arm ................................... 23
Connecting the spring to the mounting bracket ........................................... 23
Probe or transducer holder held down by springs on bearing arm ........... 24
The screw that holds the yoke on the bearing arm ....................................... 25
The screw that holds the yoke parts together ................................................ 25
Unscrewing the transducer .............................................................................. 26
The screw that holds the yoke parts together ................................................ 27
Removing the probe from the wedge ............................................................. 28
Removing the encoder screws ......................................................................... 29
Removing the encoder ...................................................................................... 29
Removing the axis ............................................................................................. 30
Aligning the new axis ....................................................................................... 31
Turning the increment knob to move axis into the module ........................ 31
The axis passed completely through the encoder module .......................... 32
Loosening the pivot locks on the mounting pods ......................................... 33
Attaching the suction cups to the inspection surface ................................... 33
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Figure 2-26
Figure 2-27
Figure 2-28
Figure 2-29
Figure 2-30
Figure 3-1
Figure 3-2
Figure 3-3
Figure 3-4
Figure 3-5
Figure 4-1
Figure 5-1
Figure 5-2
54
Tightening the thumbscrew on the Y-axis support .......................................
Disengaging a suction cup from the surface ..................................................
Magnetic-activation lever in the “off” position .............................................
Magnetic-activation lever in the “on” position .............................................
Scanner setup ......................................................................................................
Knob engages inwards to lock the X-axis .......................................................
The increment knob in the free-running position .........................................
Making the inspection pass with the Y-axis module ....................................
Pull out the knob to unlock the X-axis ............................................................
Turning the increment knob .............................................................................
Pinout for EWIX1415 cable ...............................................................................
Yoke geometry ....................................................................................................
Exploded view ....................................................................................................
List of Figures
34
35
36
36
38
40
40
41
41
42
44
45
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List of Tables
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Content of the rating label ..................................................................................... 2
Ancillary equipment ............................................................................................... 5
General specifications ........................................................................................... 43
Dimensions (overall) ............................................................................................. 44
Replacement yokes ................................................................................................ 45
Couplant-feed units .............................................................................................. 47
Required encoder cable adaptor ......................................................................... 47
Spare parts .............................................................................................................. 48
List of Tables
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Index
A
E
accessories
pumps 46
yokes 45
adjustment, probe-holder orientation 19
ancillary equipment 5
assembly, scanner 17
Australia, RCM compliance 2
axis length adjustment 30
encoder module 15
encoder replacement 28
encoder specifications 43
environmental specifications 43
equipment disposal 8
European Community (CE) 8
exploded view, scanner 47
B
bearing arm springs 21
C
CAUTION signal word 7
cautions
avoiding probe connector pin damage 27
avoiding wedge damage 26, 28
instrument compatibility 4
CE (European Community) 8
CE marking 2
cleaning, system components 51
compatibility, equipment 4
compliance, RCM (Australia) 2
components, overview 13
connector reference (specifications) 47
D
DANGER signal word 6
dimensions, scanner 44
direct current symbol 2
disposal, equipment 8
I
important information 3
IMPORTANT signal word 7
increment knob 15
inspection
operating the scanner 39
scanner setup 37
installation, scanner
magnetic-pod model 35
suction-cup model 32
instruction manual 3
introduction 11
K
knob, increment 15
L
label, rating plate 1
labels 1
length, axis 30
list, spare parts 47
M
magnetic pod 14
maintenance
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cleaning of components 51
preventive maintenance 51
manual, instruction 3
model number format 2
module, encoder
X-axis 15
Y-axis 15
mounting pod
replacement 18
types 14
N
NOTE signal word 7
notes, information signal words 7
O
Olympus technical support 10
operation, scanner 39
orientation, probe holder 19
overview, scanner components 13
P
part replacement 18
parts, spare 47
pod, magnetic 14
pods, mounting (scanner) 14
precautions, safety 7
preventive maintenance 51
probe cable caution 27
probe holder orientation adjustment 19
probe replacement, phased array 27
pumps 46
R
rating plate, label 1
RCM mark 2
replacement
axis 30
bearing-arm springs 21
conventional ultrasonic transducer 24
encoder 28
mounting pod 18
parts 18
phased array probe 27
S
safety
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Index
See also cautions and warnings
foreign-object debris (FOD) 4
instrument compatibility 4
lanyard (line) 39
magnetic pods 35, 39
misuse of instrument 3
precautions 7
signal words 6
steep slopes 37
symbols 6
scanner assembly 17
scanner installation
magnetic-pod model 35
suction-cup model 32
serial number format 2
setup for inspection 37
signal words
information notes 7
IMPORTANT 7
NOTE 7
TIP 7
safety 6
CAUTION 7
DANGER 6
WARNING 6
spare parts 47
specifications
connector 47
encoder 43
general 43
scanner dimensions 44
springs, bearing arm 21
suction cups 14
support information, technical 10
symbols 1
CE 2
direct current 2
RCM (Australia) 2
safety 6
warning 2
WEEE 2
T
technical support 10
TIP signal word 7
transducer replacement 24
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U
use, intended 3
W
WARNING signal word 6
warning symbol 2
warning symbols
general 6
magnetic 6
shock hazard 6
warnings
foreign-object debris (FOD) 4
general 8
magnetic pods 35, 39
misuse of instrument 3
safety lanyard (line) 39
steep slopes 37
warranty information 9
waste electrical and electronic equipment 9
wedge installation caution 26, 28
WEEE directive 9
symbol 2
X
X-axis 15
Y
Y-axis 15
yokes 45
Index
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