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LTPA 64/128


The LTPA is a compact (120mm x 280mm x 310mm), rugged, lightweight (<5 Kg), and enclosed unit (no fans). Interchangeable with the existing MicroPulse systems, it connects to the PC running the test application via Ethernet and takes its power over Ethernet or from a separate 48V power source. LTPA has very low noise and the Gigabit Ethernet provides data throughput up to 120 MBytes/second. The 64/128 instrument is available in two configurations; a) With a single hypertronics connector or b) with two hypertronics connectors 64/64 Tx/Rx on each connector. Additionally, 2 conventional channels (pulse echo or pitch-catch) are available.


  • Small/rugged/lightweight
  • No external fans – unique air-cradle maintains internal temperature
  • Easily scalable – up to 4 units connected using Peak NDT’s unique MPLink technology – providing up to 512 phased array channels
  • All channels available for beam forming
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • High power phased array channels – user definable pulser voltage available up to 200V
  • Inputs for 2 axes of encoders (single-ended or differential) for true pulse on position
  • Outputs digitised waveform and/or peakdetected data with up to 4 hardware gates
  • High data output – up to 120 MBytes per second

Software Platforms

The open and transparent data format and long-established MicroPulse command language makes for a totally new experience, no longer is the user forced down the one software platform fits all, resulting in complex and cluttered applications.
Supplied in the box, Peak NDT’s ArrayGen software will get you started, then the choices are yours. Compatible with procedure
based platforms like MIPS/GUIDE to user definable interfaces like InspectionWare, LabView or TWI’s Crystal FMC platform. If a bespoke application is what’s required, then using Peak NDT’s Focal Law calculation dll with the transparent data formats and standard sockets make writing custom applications a breeze.

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Further Information

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