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TS8 radio locator

Applications

  • Pipe & Cable Locating

  • Short Locating

  • Pipe Depth Determination

Model TS-8 HANDHELD “RADIO LOCATOR” PROBE

TS8 radio locator

Model TS-8 Radio Locator Probe

For Use with 505 "Go-Fer" Locator & Model Mark V "Ranger Transmitter"

US $195.00

Features

  • Easy to operate

  • Unaffected by surface cover

  • Light Weight

  • Telescoping handle

  • Rugged Construction

  • Water resistant

  • Depth locator "Bubble"

Includes

  • Instrument with cable

  • Instructions Manual

For use with the Detectron Model 505 "GO-FER" and Tinker & Rasor Model Mark V "Ranger".

Model TS-8 HANDHELD “RADIO LOCATOR” PROBE

Model TS-8 HANDHELD “RADIO LOCATOR” PROBE

Specifications

  • Used with Model 505 "Go-Fer" and Model Mark V "Ranger".

Dimensions

  • 34" Length (863.5mm)

  • Operating Weight: 1.5 lbs. (0.68kg)

  • Shipping Weight: 3 lbs. (1.36kg)

  • Shipping Dimensions: 4' x 4" x 32" (101.6mm x 101.6mm x 812.8mm)

Model TS-8 HANDHELD “RADIO LOCATOR” PROBE

Model TS-8 HANDHELD “RADIO LOCATOR” PROBE

The ALL NEW TS-8 Probe allows faster, easier locating with greater accuracy and distance than ever before attained with other standard locators. The TS-8 Probe connects to the Detectron 505 “Go-Fer” Receiver input jack. Locating and depth determination are absolutely unsurpassed. The TS-8 Probe takes the back-bending work out of pipe and cable locating.


TS-8 Pipe Depth Determination: (See illustration below)
First locate the exact center of the pipe by crossing the line with the TS-8 Probe in the vertical position. A sharp “NULL” or (loss of signal) will be noted when you’re directly over the center of the pipe line. (A) Mark this location and then moving 90 degree from the pipe with the bubble centered in the 45 degree angle gauge and holding the probe tip close to the ground until another “NULL” (B) is detected. This will form an equilateral triangle with L1 equal to L2. This distance from “B” to “A” will be the depth of the buried pipe.

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