Cygnus Dive Underwater Thickness Gauge
The Cygnus DIVE is a robust, wrist-mountable ultrasonic underwater thickness gauge. Providing an invaluable free hand while performing Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement (UTM) underwater.
This underwater thickness gauge has a large, bright display with Live A-scan is easily viewable by both the diver and his camera – even in the poorest visibility. With only two buttons to press, the gauge is very easy to navigate through an intuitive, user-friendly menu. Optional extras include helmet view display and a topside repeater
Ideal for use in hull UTM inspection, civil engineering, marine structures, offshore platforms, underwater structures, e.g. bridges, tanks, canal locks, subsea pipelines and equipment, UWILD or IWS class surveys. Depth rate to 300m (985ft)
- Multiple-Echo mode for accurate, through-coat measurements as specified by Classification Societies
- Single-Echo and Echo-Echo modes for heavily corroded metals with a thin or no coating
- Deep-Coat function to ignore coatings up to 20mm thick
- A-scan display to assist with measurement verification
- Optional Data Logging feature with AutoLog – storing up to 5000 measurements including A-scan data without pressing any button
- MSI™ (Measurement Stability Indicator) verifies stable, reliable readings
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery giving up to 10 hours continuous measurement
- Optional remote display HelmetViewTM, Topside Repeater and CygLink surface display software
Three Versatile Measuring Modes
Multiple-Echo mode uses three error checked back wall echoes to provide the most reliable and accurate remaining thickness measurements, with no need to remove coatings (up to 20mm/0.8 in thick).
Single-Echo mode is ideal for measuring uncoated metals with heavy front and/or back-wall corrosion. Also effective on a range of cast metals, plastics and
Echo-Echo mode works best for measuring heavily corroded metals through thin coatings of up to 1mm/0.04in thick, ideal for measuring painted metals with heavy back wall corrosion.