MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe Cable Locator
MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe Cable Locator Identifies Underground Power Cables and Metallic Pipes
The MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe and Cable Locator is a hand-held pipe and cable locator/route tracer in the classic “split-box” design, consisting of a transmitter and receiver. The unit can be used to trace underground conductive networks such as water and gas mains, telephone, cable TV, and power cables either energized or de-energized. It also determines buried line depth and locates underground metallic masses such as valve caps and manhole covers.
MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe Cable Locator Uses Radio Frequency Technology to Determine Cable Depths
The MEGGER 656902 Split-box Pipe and Cable Locator’s transmitter energizes the underground metallic line with a radio-frequency signal that is then detected by the receiver. The metallic line can be energized either inductively (no direct connection required) or conductively (through direct connection to the line). The transmitted signal can be identified by either peak detection (maximum signal) or null detection (absence of signal). The unit is readily portable, yet virtually indestructible in rugged field environments. The MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe Cable Locator consists of a transmitter, which energizes the cable/pipe/line. Once the cable/pipe is coupled with the radiated signal, the cable behaves like a long large antenna. It re-transmits the signal through the ground and air in a pattern that corresponds to the cable’s path. The line carries the signal along its path for several hundred yards, depending on its depth, soil mineralization and ground conductivity. With a detectable traceable signal and the portable receiver, the transmitted signal radiated from the power cable or pipe is detected and the route is traceable. The transmitter can energize the line either by magnetic induction from a built-in antenna or by direct conductive connection to the metallic line.
MEGGER 656902 Split-Box Pipe Cable Locator Locates Energized Underground Power Cables
Energizing the line conductively provides increased tracing distance and minimizes signal coupling to other lines. The conductive mode of operation requires the line to be exposed so that a direct connection can be made. Conductive energizing is preferred over inductive energizing because it results in more highly defined signal coupling. The signal generated does not spread to other conductive lines in the vicinity of the
traced line. Using a ground rod with the direct connection increases the energizing efficiency and, therefore, the length of line that can be traced. Inductive coupling, which does not require a mechanical connection to the line, permits a buried line to be traced without uncovering or de-energizing or powering the line down. The receiver can be used to trace lines using either peaks (detection of the maximum signal) or nulls (detection of the minimum, or zero, signal).
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|MEGGER 656621||The Megger 656621 Cable Route Tracer is an electronic instrument designed for locating tracing, and measuring the depth to ac energized underground power cables from the surface. The instrument can also be used to locate underground transformers, T-splices, Y-splices, and ground faults on unshielded cable. Three-phase ac power cables, dc power cables, cables surrounded by other 50 Hz or 60 Hz energized cables, and faulted cables can be traced by applying a distinctive audio frequency tone of 1000 Hz or less from a tone generator.||$2230.00||$2117.00||e-QUOTE
|MEGGER 656902||The Megger Split-Box Pipe and Cable Locator is a hand-held pipe and cable locator/route tracer in the classic “split-box” design, consisting of a transmitter and receiver. The unit can be used to trace underground conductive networks such as water and gas mains, telephone, cable TV, and power cables either
energized or de-energized.
|MEGGER 656601||The Megger 656601 Energized Cable Tracer is designed to locate, trace, and measure the depth of buried energized power cables. The unit weighs only 2.5 lbs. and includes a fully transistorized amplifier with 10-turn gain control for a wide adjustment range. The receiver of the locator features a filtering circuit that
responds only to the existing electrical energy radiating from the buried cable.