With its inductive signal application, the Tracker II can be used on active or dead systems. Now you can trace the path and determine the depth of wires and metallic pipes without having to deactivate the systems. High frequency transmitter provides range up to 4000 feet (1219 m) and depths to 7 feet (2 m). The transmitter offers three methods of connection: direct, inductive coupler, or inductive antenna.
Inductive coupler clamps around the wire or pipe for use on active lines or where isolating the line is not an option. Inductive antenna is built into the case housing and allows the transmitter to be placed on the ground over the wire path to radiate a signal down onto the conductor. 32" (813 mm) lightweight receiver provides both audible and visual indications of signal strength for accurate identification. Transmitter output and receiver sensitivity are both fully adjustable for maximum accuracy. Includes transmitter assembly, receiver assembly, inductive coupler (clamp), inductive antenna (built-in), two 8 foot (2.4 m) test leads with heavy-duty alligator clips, and a durable polyethylene case.
- Three ways of connecting to pipes or cables
- Traces over distances to 4,000 feet and depths to 7 feet
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Durable carry case
- Battery-operated (8 - AA and 1 - 9V included)
- 1-year warranty
- Long range wire locating
- Work on active or dead systems
- Fast, simple operation