UniWest updates handheld rotating bolt hole scanner range


UniWest introduced a lighter and more ergonomic handheld rotating bolt hole scanner.

The new ECS-4 scanner weighs 7oz (200g) and has an ergonomic form factor with the probe exiting at a right-angle from the scanner.

In addition, the ECS-4 boasts variable speed (125 – 2,250 rpm) and increased torque over UniWest’s popular ECS-1 scanner. Three buttons are within easy reach of the user’s thumb: Null, Erase and On/Off.

The scanner uses a rotary transformer to couple eddy current signals from the probe to the
instrument. Compatible instruments include the UniWest EVi, EddyView II, EddyView Pro and EddyView Premium.

In addition, the ECS-4 will operate on the NORTEC 600 and NORTEC 2000.

The ECS-4 probe connector is a 4-pin Fischer connector with O-rings. Compatible probes include the
following UniWest probe styles: URB, URBA, US-5000, SSB probes; as well as some competitor’s probes.

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