RD1100™ Ground Penetrating Radar detects both conductive and non-conductive underground utilities using wide-band radar technology and features internal GPS, on-board Wi-Fi and a high resolution touch screen.
Radiodetection RD1100 detects both conductive and non-conductive underground utilities using wide-band radar technology and features internal GPS, on-board Wi-Fi and a high resolution touch screen.
Radiodetection’s RD1100™ provides high-performance subsurface imaging for buried utilities in a rugged and competitively priced GPR system. Designed for the utility industry, the RD1100 features a wide-band sensor capable of detecting plastic and ceramic utilities at depths of up to 8m / 27’ deep.
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.
Screenshots 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.
Radiodetection RD1500 offers advanced features such as Depth Slices and Line Views, allowing the user to review slices of the subsurface at different depths for locating utilities with a clarity never seen before.
GPR works to display an image map of underground features and can detect both conductive and non-conductive utilities including plastic and ceramic pipes and ducts.
The RD1500 unit come with on-board Wi-Fi and high resolution touch screen display along with FrequenSee™ to highlight small/shallow, medium or large/deep buried utilities.
Locate features accurately by simply rolling the GPR system back along the same path until the red position indicator line is exactly over the response. The RD1500 makes it easy to find the depth value by dragging the depth indicator to the required position. To get position and depth information about a different point on the screen, press and hold that point until the location information appears.