DEUTSCH  |   ENGLISH   PHONE: +49 2772 47 66 055    E-MAIL: INFO@KSISAM.COM
Accoustic Microscopes from KSISAM

SAM Scanmodes

With scanning acoustic microscopes the whole volume of a sample can be penetrated and inspected without any change or damage. To get all information needed and a detailed understanding of the inspected sample, different scanmodes are used. The following pictures and examples explain the scanmodes and their specific advantages.


TT - Scan

 © KSI - Kraemer Sonic Industries GmbH  © KSI - Kraemer Sonic Industries GmbH TT-Scan ("Transmission"- or "Through"-Scan) is an optional Scan-mode. Additional hardware - a second Transducer - is necessary to perform a Through-Scan. The transducer above the sample emits an ultrasonic signal that is detected by a second transducer placed underneath the sample. This image mode provides lower resolution but a fast and easy evaluation of delaminations.


« vorige Scanmodes zeige Seite: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13   weitere Scanmodes »


Technology




Downloads

Innovation for over 30 years

Acoustic Microscopy - best personal

Custom SAM Solutions


especially designed and built according to customer requests.

Acoustic Microscopy scanning technology

Standard SAM Solutions


are also provided by KSI with an excellent pricing. The v-series has an outstanding performance for the most common applications in research and production.

Acoustic Microscopy high end scanners

SAM and AMI Innovations


for Bonded Wafers, MEMS, Through-silicon Vias (TSV), LEDs, Sensor, IGBT, PCB, Automotive, Air and Defense, Bonding Layers, Defects, Delaminations, Voids, Cracks and Porosity. Bio Med and Geology Applications.

Ultrasound and Acoustic Micro Imaging

 © KSI

KSI SAM: Non-destructive testing and quantitative measuring of materials

For many years, we are supplying Acoustic Microscopes, Transducer, Pulser and Receiver worldwide. The well-known KSI quality is a guarantee for the best results.

The new patent based developed streamlined shape of the Transducer reduces turbulences, air bubbles and cavitations in coupling fluid significantly. This allows to increase the scanning speed up to 50%. Save a lot of inspection time and obtain more throughput.