With its bright, very large, AMOLED display the Cygnus DIVE is simple to operate, providing accurate and reliable thickness measurements, underwater. Depth rated to 300 metres.
Available with data logging, topside, HelmetView™ and twin crystal probe options.
MSI™ Measurement Stability Indicator – this is a feature exclusive to the Cygnus. When using the DIVE Gauge in Single-Echo and Echo-Echo modes, MSI™ confirms when a reading is stable by turning the thickness measurement numbers from red to yellow.
Cygnus Instruments builds all of its equipment in the UK using only genuine and original parts and components – including Lemo® Connectors and Peli® Cases.
2.8” quarter VGA colour AMOLED (320 x 240 pixels)
Large clear thickness measurement (15 mm high numbers), viewable from all angles
A-Scan display with automatic X axis
Battery level, signal strength, probe type, velocity
Measurement mode and units indication
Single 3.6V Li-ion 8.2 W battery
11 hours continuous measurement
Low battery warning ‘alert’ message
Multiple-Echo (three back-wall echoes) using Single Crystal (zero-degree) probes automatically ignores surface coatings and measures only metal thickness
Echo-Echo (two back-wall echos) using Twin Crystal probes
Single-Echo (first back-wall echo) using Twin Crystal probes
|Deep Coat||In Multiple-Echo mode, allows measurement to be made through thicker coatings of suitable materials of up to 20 mm thick|
|Accuracy||±0.1 mm or 0.1% of thickness measurement, whichever is greatest, when calibrated in accordance with Cygnus Instruments calibration procedure|
Double outer jacket in tough PU. Coloured yellow for easy locations underwater. Coiled for ease of use. Fischer S105 series connectors.
Multiple-Echo (through coatings) with Single Crystal probes:
2.25 MHz = 3.0 – 250 mm
3.5 MHz = 2.0 – 150 mm
5.0 MHz = 1.0 – 50 mm
Echo-Echo with Twin Crystal probes:
5.0 MHz = 4.0 – 50 mm in steel
2.0 MHz = 6.0 – 50 mm in steel
Single-Echo with Twin Crystal probes:
5.0 MHz = 2.0 – 100 mm in steel
2.0 MHz = 3.0 – 150 mm in steel
0.1 mm – Low resolution mode or measurement >99.95 mm
0.05 mm – High resolution mode and measurement <100.0 mm
0.01 mm – Single-Echo mode only and measurement <100.0 mm
|Measurement Units||mm or inches|
|Probe Zero||Fully automatic probe zeroing for all probes types|
|V-Path Correction||Automatic V-Path correction for all Twin Crystal probes|
|Velocity Range||2000 – 9000 m/s in 1 m/s setps|
|Pulser||Twin channel 70 V spike pulser|
|Receiver / Amplifier||
10 MHz bandwidth, 120 dB range, automatic TCG
60 MHz measurement time-base
One-handed automatic logging of stable measurements. Capacity for up to 5000 points including 640 point A-Scan data.
|Data Output||RS-485 single pair, half duplex for surface connection|
|Computer Software||CygLink v4 allows remote logging and viewing of A-Scan graphs. Survey and report generation to PDF file. Graphic analysis of data and statistical calculations. Designed for Windows 7 and Windows 8.|
|Standards||Designed for EN 15317|
|Single Crystal probes:||2.25 MHz 13 mm (standard) S2C|
|2.25 MHz 19 mm S2D|
|3.5 MHz 13 mm S3C|
|5.0 MHz 6 mm S5C|
|Twin Crystal probes:||2.0 MHz 13 mm x2 (for some plastics e.g. outfall pipes) T2C|
|5.0 MHz 8 mm x2 (standard) T5B|
Allows real-time thickness measurements and calibration settings to be overlaid on the dive monitor screen. Also supplied with a hand held repeater unit.
The Cygnus DIVE can be connected to a laptop on the surface running *CygLink software. This can then be used to log readings and control gauge settings, for example the velocity of sound. Reports and graphical analysis can then be produced and saved. (*For more details, visit the CygLink Software page in PRODUCTS > THICKNESS GAUGING ACCESSORIES section).
Developed by Cygnus for divers in black or limited visibility water. The small remote OLED display is mounted just in front of the lens on the diver’s helmet. With adjustable brightness, the thickness measurement is clearly visible to the diver. When auto-log is being used, the HelmetView™ display will indicate when the reading is logged.
Options Diagram for Topside Repeater, Surface Repeater and HelmetView.
Up to 5,000 measurements and A-Scans can be stored. The “Auto-Log” feature saves each stable measurement meaning the diver doesn’t have to press a button every time a readings needs to be logged. Supplied with CygLink software.