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Ridgid 22163 SeekTech SR-60 Line Locator

April 15, 2012

Ridgid 22163 SeekTech SR-60

The Rigid Seek Tech SR-60 Line Locator can effortlessly trace any frequency from 10HZ to an amazing 490,000 HZ. In addition it can trace energized lines and sondes beacons at the very same time, making your job twice as undemanding. It is important to note for those who have used the previous model SR-20, the Ridgid 22163 SeekTech SR-60 has all the ease and accuracy of the previous model, but has the improved ability to locate all frequencies simultaneously. The Ridgid SR-60 is for professionals that demand the very best, desiring the swiftest, most uncomplicated, and versatile receiver on the market.

How it Works On Site

The SeekTech now boasts an enlarged display to help you identify and locate the information you seek, especially when your job necessitates the demand to locate it with greater accuracy and certainty.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     A mapping display gives you instant confirmation that a good signal is located even in congested areas, it can also easily identify a distortion. The Target Line Guide technology guides the operator down the line, using left-right guidance arrow points aiding the operator in targeting the utility, as well as showing changes in direction. The proximity signal and signal strength help the operator of the SeekTech SR-60 to actually center the locator nearer to the optimal target for a more accurately and confirmed reading. Continuous Depth technology aid in the increase of productivity by showing the depth changes as they occur in real time, as well as featuring Omni-Seek, technology that helps increase accuracy and efficiency when the operator is utilizing it in passive mode, while it continuously searches passive power as well as radio bands helping you locate and evade unseen metallic lines. The User Defined Frequencies can be configured to hold a maximum number of 30 user-defined frequencies.


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