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Leica DD100 Series

Leica DD100 Series
Reveal the utilities below your feet

The Leica DD100 Series cable locators feature advanced automatic controls making the DD100 Series easy-to-use, requiring minimal user experience. Avoiding underground cables and pipes is a major concern on construction sites. Therefore, detecting the position of buried cables and pipes before excavation work can help prevent operator injury, asset damage risks and any subsequent costs. Use the DD100 Series cable locators in conjunction with a DA220 or DA230 signal transmitter and/or the Digisystem accessories to achieve improved accuracy and application scope.

Leica DD120

  • Automatic pinpointing
  • Power, radio, auto modes
  • Transmitter, 33 kHz, 8 kHz
  • Depth detection up to 3 metres (10 feet)
  • Good-to-Go™ health check and start up test
  • IP54 rating - protection from dust and water
  • 1-year warranty

Leica DD130


  • Extended trace range with additional 512 Hz, 640 Hz frequencies
  • Signal current measurement
  • Increased depth detection up to 10 m (33 feet)

 



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