This product is now obsolete and has been replaced by the RD7000+.
The task of finding specific cable and pipes in complex vast underground networks is becoming more and more complicated over time.
The distortion of ground, caused by the different types of soil and closeness to other conductors, is making it much harder for the technician to locate, also taking far longer.
Under these challenging circumstances, the most important criteria for a locator are how hard the locator is to use, the accuracy it has and how reliable it is.
The Radiodetection RD7000 addresses each of these requirements, with several ground breaking capabilities that deliver the measurements required.
RD7000SL - Construction Industry - A broad range of standard active frequencies and rugged construction make the RD7000SL a reliable and versatile locator.
RD7000DL - Water Industry - For contract technicians working in pipe location and inspection, from sewers to maritime boilers, to petrochemical plants.
RD7000PL - Power Industry - The RD7000PL identifies the target cable reliably, even in areas of large-scale, trunked cable deployment of complex electrical networks.
RD7000TL - Telecom Industry - Large bundled pairs of cables require specialized location equipment to find a selected signal.
Light weight – 28% lighter than industry standard RD4000
IP54 Rating – you can operate it in almost any environment
Transmitter and receiver feature a large, high contrast backlit LCD screen
Over 50 software and hardware patents
Combination of new and innovative algorithms with established software on a high-performance processor core
Improves the accuracy and repeatability of measurements
Delivers powerful signal filtering and analysis allowing continued operation even in the most electrically noisy environments
A Radiodetection technique that allows the operator to validate the original factory calibration of the RD7000
eCAL can issue and print validation certificate without needing to return the RD7000 to a service center
Peak Distance Arrows
Guides the operator to the central axis of the pipe or cable
Guides with dynamic left and right arrows and differentiated audio tones
The longer the arrow, the further the distance from the target