Eddy Current Angled Pencil Probes

Angled Pencil Probes are used for surface inspection in limited-access areas.

They are available in a variety of working lengths, tip angles and drops. In addition, these eddy current probes are available in either absolute or differential modes. Shielded or unshielded coils are available in several frequencies.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Variety of Working Lengths

  • Different Tip Angles and Drops

  • Bridge or Reflection configuration

  • Absolute or Differential

  • Shielded or Unshielded

  • Several Frequency Ranges

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All bridge configurations are fitted with Triax connectors.

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All reflection configurations are fitted with 4-socket Fischer connectors.

CABLES:

  • P/N 92836 (NSN: 5995-01-420-3422) for bridge probes, 8-pin Burndy/Triax

  • P/N 94032 (NSN: 5995-01-518-4366) for reflection probes, 8-pin Burndy/4-pin Fischer

  • P/N 72871 for bridge probes, 27-pin Fischer/Triax

  • P/N 72872 for reflection probes, 27-pin Fischer/4-pin Fischer

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EXAMPLES:

APS-.125-90-.5/6 500 kHz is a:

  • Bridge probe

  • Absolute shielded coil

  • 0.125 inch tube diameter

  • 90 deg angle

  • 0.5 inch drop

  • 6 inch working length

  • 500 kHz frequency

APDSR-.125-45-.25/3 2 MHz is a:

  • Reflection probe

  • Shielded differential coil

  • 0.125 inch tube diameter

  • 45 deg angle

  • 0.25 inch drop

  • 3 inch working length

  • 2 MHz frequency

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