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Sondes

Overview
          Sondes are small self-contained battery powered transmitters. Sondes are propelled through non-metallic pipes and ducts and can be located on the surface by a sonde locator or buried utility locator with a sonde mode. Sondes are also built into other products such as a sewer push camera, robotic crawler camera, or attached to a jetter hose.  Sondes come in a variety of sizes which ties into how deep they can be located. Different frequencies are available which allow sondes to be located in metallic or non-metallic pipes and ducts.

Features

Accessories
The vLocCam2 sonde locator comes standard with sonde/camera frequencies of 8 kHz, 33 kHz and 512 Hz. The vLocCam2 receiver is equipped with two "passive" locate modes of Power and Radio which will detect the presence of power lines, CATV, telephone and some metallic pipes which radiate 60 Hz from nearby or overhead power lines and VLF signal from nearby broadcast towers.


vLoc Series 2 Brochure VXMT Eng V1.6 001 20171226 20171230.pdf
vLocCam2 Rx Data Sheet VXMT Eng V1.4 (Publish) 20140617.pdf
vLocCam2 User Guide VXMT Eng V1.2 (Publish) 20140611.pdf
The VM-540 Sonde Locator comes standard with sonde/camera frequencies of 33 kHz, 512 Hz, and 640 Hz. The VM-540 sonde locator is equipped with a "passive" Power mode which will detect the presence of power lines, CATV, telephone and some metallic pipes which radiate 60 Hz from nearby or overhead power lines.

 

VM-540 Rx Data Sheet VXMT Eng V1.2 (Publish) 20140618.pdf
VM-540 User Guide VXMT Eng V1.2(Publish) 20140604.pdf
The vScan receiver has passive "power" locate modes as well as sonde frequencies of 33kHz and 512Hz. The passive power mode can be used to sweep an area to locate live power, cable TV, or telephone lines before digging.

 


Options:

  • •   Metal Detection Mode

    •   Data logging

  • •   Bluetooth and GPS

  • •   Transmitter for utility locating

 

vScan Brochure VXMT English V1.1 20150423.pdf
vScan Brochure VXMT English V1.1 20150423 Print friendly version.pdf
vScan Data Sheet VXMT Eng V1.0 (Publish) 20150522.pdf
vScan User Handbook VXMT Eng V1.1(Publish) 20170728.pdf
MyvScan_Setup_3.03.zip
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