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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Touch Screen Basics Overview

    The display touch screen acts as afinger pointing device with a singletouch point (One finger only).

    To click an interface element touch ortap the screen lightly on the display.

    It is highly recommended that the touchscreen protector that was delivered withthe OmniScan SX\MX2 be installed

    before use. Touch screen functions are covered in

    detail in the next section.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Touch Screen Basics Overview

    The intent of this presentation is to provide an overview of basic touch screenfunctions and user interface of the OmniScan SX\MX2 software.

    Through a series of step by step exercises all touch screen functionality, menunavigation, and common tasks will be explained and demonstrated.

    Familiarity and practice using the touch screen is essential for expert use and mustbe mastered before moving on to phased array application training.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Touch Screen Basics Overview

    The exercise is based on creating a defect table of 3 known flaws from an inspectiondata file on the flashcard.

    Through the course of the exercise the user will be guided step by step through aprocedure that will include all major areas of the touch screen, contextual menus,

    interactive title bar and cursor manipulation. It is not essential at this point of the training that the application is understood, just

    the A-B-Cs of using the touch screen, user interface, cursors, and reporting tools.

    All defect sizing is provided and cursors need only be placed in the predeterminedposition. Application training will be covered later.

    Emphasis is on working in full screen mode as much as possible and forming goodwork practices regarding touch screen use combined with rotary knob.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training File Open

    Touch and hold on the file name area of the header to display the Open\Save menuand select Open.

    Select Data Type to visualize the different type of files available on the flash card.Each file type has its own folder on the flash card in the :\User directory.

    Using the rotary knob scroll to the file PA_Weld.Opd.

    Select Open to load the file.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Menu Navigation \ Sub Menu cont.

    Select the first button (Scan below) and all the main menus will appear.

    Select the Scan menu and then select each scan sub menu to review theparameters. (1-5 below)

    In full screen mode, these menus and sub menus are not visible.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Layouts \ Full Screen Mode

    Select the Layout button from the interactive title bar and a list will appear will allavailable layouts and full screen option..

    Layouts are combinations of data view windows such as A-scan, B-scan, S-scan,C-scan, etc. (Also called top view, side view, end view)

    Change layout to another view and return to A-C-S.

    Select Full Screen.

    A-scan

    C-scan

    S-scan

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Readings

    Readings appear at the top of the display and are used to calculate defecttrigonometry from the gate data, defect positioning, cursor deltas, and manyfunctions used in UT and phased array inspection.

    Touch the readings area of the display to toggle between the 2 groups of 4 readings.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Readings cont.

    Touch and hold the readings area and a menu will appear that allows the readingsto be changed individually or in pre-configured groups based on application. (TOFD,corrosion, weld inspection, etc.)

    Select reading to view available options. Do not change and select close.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Interactive Title Bar

    The interactive title bar allows common functions including data cursor manipulationat any time including when in full screen use.

    Select options and turn the weld overlay and skip legs off then back on.

    Select scan to move the data cursor on the scan axis using the rotary knob.

    Select angle to change the data cursor angle using the rotary knob.

    Notice the cursor position in theupper left hand corner of the

    display when the cursor is active.

    Scan data cursor

    Angle data cursor

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Zoom

    Select the S-scan layout from the title bar.

    The ability to zoom on any data view (A-scan, S-scan, C-scan) is available bydragging a zoom box over the area of interest on the touch screen and releasing.

    Ensure the area where the zoom is initiated is clear of cursors or a gate.

    Touch and hold the ruler of the data view to display an option to zoom out.

    Practice zooming in and out on the A-scan, S-scan, and C-scan several times until itcan be done quickly and easily.

    Double tap the ruler to zoom out only one axis.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Cursors Overview

    There are 3 types of cursors available in the SX\MX2 data views:

    1. Data cursor. This blue cursor appears on the S-scan (Angle) and C-scan\B-scan(Position) and determines the A-scan that is displayed for readings.

    2. Reference cursor. This red cursor is available on the UT, scan, index, and amplitude axis

    and is used for sizing and measurements.3. Measure cursor. Like the reference cursor, this green cursor is available on the UT, scan,

    index, and amplitude axis and is used for sizing and measurements.

    U(r) reference cursor

    U(m) measure cursor

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    Index Axis

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Cursors Overview cont.

    Touch and hold on any data view and a menu will appear that allows the desiredcursor to be positioned on the touch screen.

    This is the fastest and easiest way to manipulate a cursor.

    UTAxis

    Index Axis

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Cursors Overview cont.

    Touch one time to select the desired cursor. The cursor will blink and the parameterwill appear in the upper left corner of the display.

    Use the rotary knob to move the cursor to the desired position. This is necessary forprecision placement.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Flaw Sizing Overview

    Again, the purpose of this exercise is not to explain the theory behind phased arraydefect sizing. It is to practice manipulating the cursors using the touch screen andinteractive title bar.

    Each flaw will be identified for:

    Length sizing using the S(r), S(m), and S(m-r) on the scan axis of the C-scan. Depth and height sizing using the U(r), U(m), and U(m-r) on the UT axis of the S-scan and

    A-scan.

    Additionally, the blue data cursor will be positioned on the C-scan and S-scan to visualizethe most relative A-scan in the defect report.

    After zoom and cursor placement, each flaw is added to an indication table that isincluded in the inspection report.

    All cursor positions will be provided.

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training - Flaw Recording - Flaw 1

    Flaw 1 is root lack of fusion on the near side of the weld. (Not ID connected)

    Zoom appropriately for each data view, enter the cursor positions listed below, and

    add defect to the indication table.

    Demonstrate color palette in Display>Properties>Color Palette>End=45, then

    change back to 100. Scan axis data curser = 80mm

    Angle data cursor = 66 degrees

    S(r) = 75mm

    S(m) = 98mm U(r) = 21mm

    U(m) = 24mm

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training - Flaw Recording - Flaw 2

    Flaw 2 is side wall lack of fusion (SWLF) on the near side of the weld.

    Zoom appropriately for each data view, enter the cursor positions listed below, and

    add defect to the indication table.

    Scan axis data curser = 176mm

    Angle data cursor = 54 degrees

    S(r) = 153mm

    S(m) = 185mm U(r) = 30.6mm

    U(m) = 41.1mm

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training - Flaw Recording - Flaw 3

    Flaw 3 is an OD connected toe crack on the far side of the weld.

    Zoom appropriately for each data view, enter the cursor positions listed below, and

    add defect to the indication table.

    Scan axis data curser = 242mm

    Angle data cursor = 57 degrees

    S(r) = 235mm

    S(m) = 260mmU(r) = 44mm

    U(m) = 49.9mm

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    OmniScan SX\MX2 Training Indication Table

    Using the inter