The CTRL UL101 CBM Kit converts ultrasound signals produced by industrial machinery and vehicles into easily recognizable audible sounds so the user can evaluate the condition of individual components, even in extremely noisy plant environments. The CTRL UL101 is used worldwide for predictive maintenance, quality control, and for leak detection.
Simply adjust the sensitivity on the UL101 Leak Detector’s handheld receiver to pinpoint the leak; scan areas from up to 300 feet away with the PowerBeam 300 parabolic accessory.
High Sensitivity to all turbulent flow air, gas, or vacuum leaks
Easily adjustable sensitivity and gain
Lightweight, one-handed operation
Converts ultrasound to easily recognizable audible sounds
Using ultrasound detectors for leak detection is a growing industry standard. Acoustic ultrasound leak detection is recommended by many, such as the U.S. Department of Energy, as the best method for detecting the location of leaks in order to minimize energy waste and improve plant efficiency.
The CTRL UL101 Leak Detector converts the ultrasound (40 kHz +/- 1 kHz) down into the audible range and outputs to a headset. All other frequencies are filtered, so that even the smallest air/gas, vacuum, or refrigerant leak can be detected and pinpointed in a noisy plant environment.
ANSI /UL 91 3-88, for DIVISION 1, CLASS I, Groups A, B, C and D, CLASS II, Groups E, F, G and CLASS III\
It also complies with DIVISION 2, CLASS I, Groups A, B, C and D, CLASS II , Groups F, G, and CLASS III
8.75” x 1.26” x 1.26” (222 x 32 x 32 mm)
4.125″ x 1.26″ x 1.26″ (105 x 32 x 32 mm)
17″ x 8″ x 14″ (43 x 20 x 35 cm)
9 lbs (4 kg)
9-Volt Alkaline (> 45 continuous hours use)
Up to 150 feet (45 m)
Minimum Intensity: 10-12 W/m2 (0 dB SPL)
Minimum Ultrasonic Pressure: 2.0 x 10-5 PA @ 40 kHz
1.8 – 2.2 kHz @ level 0.7 (or -3 dB SPL)
40 kHz +/- 1.5 kHz
-4° to +130° F (-20° to +54° C)
Industrial Grade/600-Ohm Impedance
21-24 dB External Noise Attenuation
Over or Behind-the-Head (for use with hardhat)
5-year parts & labor on all manufacturer’s defects.
No calibration required.
Requalification of performance (once per year)