Safety notices

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Read in its entirety before attempting to operate the RD8200SG locator or transmitter.

  • You are responsible for determining whether the conditions are suitable for using this device. Always carry out a risk assessment of the site to be inspected.
  • Follow your company and national safety procedures and or requirements when operating this equipment in any environment or workplace. If you are unsure what policies or procedures apply, contact your company or site’s occupational health and safety officer or your local government for more information.
  • Do not use this equipment if you suspect that any component or accessory is damaged or faulty.
  • Before inserting the earth stake into the ground, ensure there are no shallow cables or services that could be damaged by the earth stake.
  • Use authorized accessories only. Incompatible accessories may damage the equipment or give
    inaccurate readings.
  • If you intend to uncover a sub-surface utility by digging, you must follow your company, region and country’s codes of practice for excavation.
  • Do not use iLOC or Bluetooth in areas where wireless communication devices are considered hazardous. Check with local authorities for more information.
  • Keep this equipment clean and arrange for regular services with an authorized Radiodetection service center. More information can be found in the Appendix of the operation manual or from your local Radiodetection representative.
  • It is important to regularly clean and sanitize products which may become contaminated through contact with foul water or other contaminants.
  • Headphone use: you need to remain alert to traffic and other hazards that are normally heard outdoors. Always turn the volume down before plugging headphones into an audio source and use only the minimum level, necessary to take your measurements. Excessive exposure to loud sounds can cause hearing damage.
  • Do not attempt to open or dismantle any part of this equipment unless directed specifically by the operation manual. Doing so may render the equipment faulty and may void the manufacturer’s warranty.
  • You are responsible for determining whether you consider the measurement results to be valid and for any conclusions that are reached or any measures that are taken as a result thereof. Radiodetection can neither guarantee the validity of any measuring results nor can we accept liability for any such results. We are on no account able to accept liability for any damage which may be caused as a consequence of the use of these results. Please see the Standard Warranty Terms enclosed with the product for further information.