The Leica Digicat i-Series locators make ground surveys a simple and speedy task increasing on site safety. Defaulting to power mode, maximum sensitivity ensures operators are protected against lethal electrical cables, whilst additional modes are used to detect other buried utilities.
The Digisystem enables users to detect buried utilities with ease. The range has been specifically designed to reduce human error and to increase site safety with its wealth of intelligent and unique features.
The Digisystem range makes locating underground cables and pipes a simple and efficient task, increasing your on-site safety and ultimately saving you time and money.
How does the Digicat locate?
The Digicat range locates buried conductive utilities by receiving electromagnetic signals which radiate from them. The Digicat’s intelligent software interprets the signal data and provides the operator with an audible and visual response to the location and direction of buried utilities. The operator can mark the ground or use a GISmapping device to note the location, providing the excavation team with clear indications of utility positions.
Leica Digicat benefits:
- State-of-the-art Digital Signal Processing (DSP)technology
- Automatic controls – making the Digicat easy-to-use, requiring minimal user experience
- Power mode start-up ensuring the most potentially dangerous current carrying utilities are detected first The Digicat i-Series locators have multiple modes of operation allowing users to have maximum control at their fingertips.
- Hazard Zone feature indicating shallow buried utility in power, 8 and 33 kHz modes, (within approximately 30 em) alerting increased risk
- Built-in test function for testing hardware and software
- LCDscreen with built-in light sensor, automatically enabling the backlight in dark conditions
- Robust, lightweight design, specifically engineered for tough site conditions
- Service Due Indicator supporting planned maintenance schedules or quality systems by displaying a wrench icon after 12 months
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