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LINEAR ARRAYS
Acoustic solutions - NEW
General purpose arrays
High penetration / wide scan arrays
Small footprint arrays
Low profile arrays

MATRIX ARRAYS
High density matrix arrays
General purpose matrix arrays
High resolution matrix arrays

FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS
Smart contact linear arrays
Conformable wedges - NEW
Smart contact matrix arrays
Low frequency contact matrix arrays - NEW
Low profile contact arrays

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TRL/SE arrays

Curved arrays
Annular arrays
Daisy arrays
Circular arrays

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Phased array transducers

Since 1989, IMASONIC has offered the widest range of phased array probes for industrial applications.

• The standard phased array probes benefit from standardized design that combines reliability, accuracy, performance and competitiveness.

Customized phased array probes offer numerous possibilities for adaptation to the most demanding applications.

Array families

We classified array transducers in 3 families, depending on their way of use, and mainly the coupling method. This classification corresponds to the most common method of use, but does not limit the feasibility. Most of concepts and functions proposed for immersion probes are adapteble to contact probes and vice versa.


Immersion arrays

 

Array types

Phased array transducers consist of several elements that can be activated independently (See Phased Array Principle). We have grouped them below according to the main types.


1D Linear array

Curved linear array
(Concave or convex)

Focused linear array

1,5D array

2D matrix array

Annular sectorial array

Annular array

Daisy array

Circular array (convex)
Encircling array (concave)

This list is not exhaustive and other types of geometry of the elements that could be associated with shaping the active area (cylindrical or spherical pre-focusing, or defined by a matrix of points), offer a very wide feasibility field

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