RD5000 WL User guide

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RD5000 WL 

With ClearTRACK and Dynamic Overload Protection, the RD5000™WL simplifies the task of locating specific pipes in large underground networks.

Designed with ease of use at its heart, the combination of RD5000WL locator and RD5000WLT transmitter provides a single high frequency location kit which is particularly suited to the task of locating jointed water pipes, which pose a particular challenge due to isolating seals between sections. Locating specific pipes and cables in large underground networks is becoming increasingly complex. To address this, Radiodetection has developed ClearTRACK™ a powerful digital signal processing engine that automatically rejects signals that have bled onto adjacent conductors, leading to more accurate location of a target pipe or cable. Coupled with Dynamic Overload Protection, which disregards electrical interference (for example from high voltage cables), these features help to ensure that operators using the RD5000WL can confidently trace their target pipe or cable through the increasingly congested underground utility networks.

 

A wide range of accessories are available to enhance the performance and to add extra functionality. 

Click the link below or copy and paste it into your browser to download the latest version of the User guide.

 

https://www.radiodetection.com/sites/default/files/product-downloads/ug089int-04.pdf?_buster=Bl9WRhh2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Documents may not be copied, reproduced, transmitted, modified or used, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of Radiodetection Ltd.Note that Operation Manuals and all their contents are subject to change. Radiodetection products are under continuous development. Radiodetection Ltd reserves the right to modify the product without notice and some product changes may have taken place after this user manual was published.

Contact your local Radiodetection office or dealer, or visit www.radiodetection.com for the latest products and service information.

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