Its high resolution touch screen display adds to its ease of use, including the ability to draw arrows directly on the screen to highlight subsurface features of interest.
Screen shots are taken with a single button press and saved to internal memory as JPGs. These can be exported later to a USB memory stick or emailed by connecting to a Wi-Fi network or by using a cell phone as a hotspot. Instant information, higher productivity!
GPS positioning is captured alongside the Line View data for integrating into geo-referencing packages.
Detect conductive and non-conductive pipes and ducts
Ground Penetrating Radar can detect ceramic and plastic pipes and ducts which would otherwise require tracer wire or sondes to detect using an electromagnetic locator. The RD1100’s ultra wide-band enables detection of a wide range of buried utilities without introducing the cost or complexity associated with multiple antenna GPR's.
Accurately locate and mark utilities in a single pass
To locate a feature, simply roll the system back along the same path until the red position indicator line is exactly over the response. Drag the depth indicator up or down to the desired location to display its depth value.
To get the position and depth information about a different point on the screen, simply touch and hold that point for a second for a cross hair and location information to appear.
Easy screen shot capture
One simple button press captures the Line View on screen, including GPS data and any marker arrows and flags that the user has added.
Internal Wi-Fi and USB for data transfer
Mini projects, containing screen shots and a table with information about the collected data, can be emailed immediately to clients or colleagues using the on-board Wi-Fi, either via a nearby wireless network or the user’s smart phone in hotspot mode.
Screen shot images can also be exported to a USB drive for transfer to a computer or archive system.
High resolution touch screen display
The high resolution Display Unit features touch screen operation, providing the user with the ability to draw arrows on the screen to highlight features of interest. Soil calibrations are simply done by dragging a Soil Cal Hyperbola to lie over a real hyperbola from the ground and matching the shape.
The RD1100 includes GPS on board as standard, allowing screen shots to be geo-tagged and a .kmz file to be generated. This file can easily be opened in Google™ Earth, and shows you the geographic position of those screen shots.
Rugged yet portable
Light-weight, rugged and weatherproof (IP65) system designed for use across challenging terrain. Optional larger wheels can be fitted to ease use across particularly soft or rough ground. The RD1100 can be assembled on-site in less than two minutes, and can be dismantled without requiring tools, allowing compact storage and safe transportation. Soft and hard cases are available for transportation of the display unit; alternatively an optional flight case can be used to protect the entire system.
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