EPOCH™ 6LT Portable Flaw Detector

Evident’ EPOCH 6LT portable flaw detector combines the functionality of a robust ultrasonic flaw detection device with a form factor engineered to thrive in rope access and high portability applications.

Portable and Dependable Flaw Detection

The EPOCH 6LT flaw detector is a portable, user-friendly instrument with features that offer more uptime and comfort to users.

  • Drop tested and designed to meet IP65/67
  • Weighs only 1.95 lb (890 g) with a grip-oriented weight distribution for single-handed operation with minimal wrist fatigue
  • Clear, bright screen for readable A-scans under any lighting condition
  • Simple button design and rotary knob make the detector easy to use even when wearing gloves

More Functionality on the Go

The EPOCH 6LT flaw detector has a straightforward and simple workflow. Although the instrument is small, it includes functions and features to fulfill the needs of almost any traditional ultrasonic inspection application.

  • Meets EN12668-1:2010 requirements
  • Provides all the key capabilities of the EPOCH 650 flaw detector in a compact, portable instrument
  • Optional wireless LAN connectivity
  • Optional corrosion software with center-pin transducer ID

EPOCH® 6LT flaw detector

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Designed for Rope Access and Ultra-High Portability Applications

The EPOCH 6LT flaw detector provides features that help keep rope access technicians safe during tough inspections.

  • The optional rope access accessory kit enables the technician to secure the instrument to their leg with a strap or attach it to the harness, leaving their hands free to maintain balance or adjust the probe
  • For more flexibility, the 1/4-20 threaded insert enables users to connect the flaw detector to a broad range of Evident and third-party accessories
  • Users can rotate the display from portrait to landscape to clearly view the A-scan and readings

EPOCH® 6LT flaw detector

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