TX-10 Multi-Function Signal Transmitter
Based on a fully digital platform, the Tx family of signal transmitters has been designed to complement Radiodetection’s advanced high-precision cable and pipe locators including the RD7200, RD8200, RD8200G and RD8100 Marker Locators.
The Tx-10 range is designed to meet the demands of tracing utilities through today’s complex underground infrastructure. The transmitter range features locate frequencies compatible with locators across the Radiodetection Precision Locator ranges, and can be easily customized to match your chosen locator using the ‘model’ feature.
All transmitters feature constant current across their entire bandwidth in all modes (direct connect, clamp or inductive mode), and deliver convenience on-site with an IP65 ingress protection rating, removable accessory tray and a large, high-contrast, back-lit LCD screen.
Current Direction using a 4 kHz frequency. This frequency is designed to enable you to use CD to identify a target line on higher impedance cables such as telephone cables, electric and CATV.
90V Maximum Output
High voltage output makes sure that you can get locatable signal onto even high impedance lines like telephone pairs.
Apply a Fault-Find signal with the Tx-10 transmitter and use an accessory A-frame to detect and pinpoint insulation faults.
The transmitter can be used to recommend a general-purpose locate frequency for the intended locate task by measuring the impedance of the target cable or pipe. SideStepAuto helps to improve locate accuracy and extends battery life.
Automatic Impedance Matching:
Transmit your locate signal as far as possible by automatically matching the transmitter impedance to that of your target cable.
Built For Use – IP65:
Shock resistant, ingress protected casing protects against knocks, drops, water and dust.
Extend alkaline battery life by enabling ECO mode. When a low battery condition is detected the transmitter gradually reduces the power output and provides audio and visual warnings.
Measure output voltage, line voltage, current, impedance and power, and characterize faults on the target line before beginning a survey.
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