The new TW-8800 multifrequency digital line tracer utilizes advanced digital signal processing for precision locating
The new TW-8800 multifrequency digital line tracer utilizes advanced digital signal processing for precision locating performance. Three active frequencies provided by the transmitter, and two passive modes for tracing without the transmitter are available.
The multifrequency receiver is designed to be simple to use. The display is a large easy-to-read LCD that gives the user necessary information. A digital keypad allows the user to select an operating mode, set volume level, check battery level, or activate a LCD backlight. Depth measurement is done at the push of a button. Active frequency choices are 82 kHz, 8.2 kHz and 820 Hz. Passive modes are 50/60 Hz and radio frequency. The transmitter allows the user to locate in either a conductive or inductive mode.
Fisher Research Laboratory, 200 W. Willmott Rd., Dept. P-13, Los Banos, CA 93635. Tel: 209-826-3292; Fax: 209-826-0416.