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Leica Disto

 

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Cable Locators

 

Leica digicat 550i

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Cable Locating Equipment Leica Digicat 550i :

 

 

Leica Digicat 550i is a Rugged cable avoidance tool, designed to locate and trace buried conductive services which radiate electromagnetic signals, with the added benefit of service depth estimation, when used in conjunction with the Digitex Signal Transmitter or Sonde, in 8 or 33 kHz mode.

Leica Digicat 650i has the same functionality as the Digicat 550i, with the addition benefit of data logging and bluetooth as standard. 

 

Leica Digicat 650i has the same functionality as the Digicat 550i, with the addition benefit of data logging and bluetooth as standard

 

 

 

The i-Series locators have been specifically designed to be easy to use with an emphasis on user safety.

  
Leica DIGISYSTEM iSeries Locators - Features
 

Automatic controls - making the Digicat easy to use, requiring minimal user experience.

  
Starts in power mode - ensuring the most potentially dangerous current carrying utilities are detected first for maximum operator safety.

  
Automatic pinpointing - simplifying the location process regardless of mode.

  
In-Built test function - allowing operators to test the hardware and software functionality of the Digicat before use.

  
Auto Mode - combining the benefit of simultaneous detection in Power and Radio modes and helps to confirm the presence of services upon initial site occupation making cable detection easier and safer!

  
Hazard Zone - indicates the presence of a shallow buried service in power mode, (within approximately 30cm) alerting users to the increased risk.

  
Pinpoint Assist - maintains the highest peak reading obtained on the signal strength indicator for a period of time, allowing the operator to quickly and accurate pinpoint the service position

  
Numeric signal strength indicator - the i-Series locators feature a numeric signal strength readout, specifically designed to make the tracing of utilities and the detection of the Digimouse a simple task.

  
Bluetooth data transfer - both 600 Series locators have Bluetooth wireless connectivity as standard allowing the retrieval of stored log files & the ability integrate with mobile mapping technology to log survey data.

Service due indicator - supporting customer planned maintenance schedules or quality systems by displaying a wrench icon after 12 months use.

  
iSeries Locators - Operating Modes

  
Power: Typically used to locate electrical services. This method of detection is known as a passive, as the signal may already be on the service

  
Radio: Typically used to locate metallic services which re radiate Radio signals. This method of detection is known as a passive, as the signal may already be on the service

  
8 kHz: Typically used to trace specific services which may not have a passive signal on them. This frequency is more likely to go further than 33kHz with reduced cross coupling. This method of detection is known as active, as you are applying a signal to a service

  
33 kHz : Typically used to trace specific services which may not have a passive signal on them. This frequency is the industry standard with most manufacturers using it. This method of detection is known as active, as you are applying a signal to a service

  
Auto: Delivers the benefit of combined Power & Radio modes.  Good for initial site occupation.

  
iSeries Locators - User Menu
 

EST

Extended Self Test

Performs a function check on  the locator

H.Z

Hazard Zone

'witches 'Hazard Zone' on or off

VOL

Output Volume

Adjusts volume level (0 -10)

HLD

Pinpoint Assist

Adjusts 'Pinpoint Assist' hold duration (0-5 seconds)

SSI

Numeric Signal Strength Indicator

Switches the numeric signal indicator on or off

CST

Display Contrast

Adjusts display contrast (0-15)

M/I

Unit of Measurement

Switch between metric & imperial measurement

CAL

Unit Calibration

Date Displays the next service date (DD/MM/YY)

CON

Supplier Contact

Displays the product supplier’s company name

TEL

Contact Phone Number

Displays the product supplier's phone number

I.D

Operator Name

Displays the operator/owners name

PWR

Power Mode Regional

Shows power mode setting 50 & 60 Hz

Settings

SR#

Product Serial Number

Displays product serial number

VER

Product Software Version

Displays product software version

CLK

Display the stored date

The date and times stored in the 600i series

and time locators

  
iSeries Locators - Extended Self Test (EST)

  
The Extended Self Test (EST) performs a function check on the products hardware and software. When activated it will display the following messages:

PRS: Locator is within predefined tolerance

ERR: Locator is outside predefined tolerance

How to enter and change menu settings:
 
Ensure the locator is in Power Mode. If required, press the Function (F) Button.

Press & Hold 'i' till the user settings are shown in the display readout.

Press 'F' to toggle through to desired setting.

Press 'i' to select the setting.

Press 'F' to activate/adjust.

Press 'i' to store and exit.

  
iSeries Locators - Hazard Zone

  
Provides an additional warning to the close proximity of buried services and functions in: Power, 8 kHz, 33 kHz & Auto mode (Power mode only)

  
Digitex 100t Transmitter

  
Two signal outputs : 33kHz, used for everyday site use. 8kHz, used for specialised tracing.

  
Start-up test : Checks the LED's, buzzers & batteries before use.

  
Default setting for everyday site use : Transmitter starts in 33kHz, power level two. Ready for everyday site use

  
Automatically selects connection mode : when accessories or cable sets are connected

  
Clear audio visual indication : Simple and precise indication of units status

  
Built in test function - allows operators to test the hardware and software functionality before use

The transmitters output is constant, this improves the screens stability and is essential for depth indication.

8 kHz - Used for long distance tracing and is less likely to apply itself to additional services (cross coupling) making tracing in areas of multiple services easier.

33 kHz - Used for everyday site use, generally accepted as the industry standard.

Typically used to provide depth readings

COMBINED 8 & 33 kHz - (Connection mode only) is useful in congested areas when either 8 or 33 kHz may provide a better result. The best results can be easily achieved by switching modes on the Locator.

  
Digitrace

  
Used in conjunction with the Transmitter to trace non conductive ducts (plastic etc) up to 100mm diameter. Tip diameter is 13mm, with rods available in 30M, 50M and 80M lengths

  
Sonde mode (Tip): Used to accurately pinpoint the end point of the rod.

Line mode (Yellow rod): Used to trace the length of the rod, and duct it is in.

  
Signal Clamp - Works best at 33kHz

Connects the transmitter to electrical services, telecommunication or other utility lines which need tracing (useful in congested areas for specific line tracing). Access to the utility is requires

Note:

A hazardous signal may be present on the connection plug of the Signal Clamp when clipped over a live service.

Precautions:

The clamp should be connected to the Transmitter before clamping around a live service.

  
Property Connection Set

Connects the Transmitter to the mains electricity supply enabling the operator to trace the mains cable.

Access to a mains socket is required.

The mains supply must be live and switched on for correct operation.

Works best at 33 kHz

  
Digimouse

Commonly used to trace non conductive ducts or blockages in drains

Powered by a AA alkaline battery (does not require the Digitex)

The Digimouse's maximum diameter is 38mm and is typically used in ducts over 50mm

Transmits an 8kHz or 33kHz signal

8kHz indicated by an amber LED

33kHz indicated by a green LED

  
33kHz Mode

Unscrew and remove end cap & insert the battery, positive end first. Refit end cap securely.

Hold DIGIMOUSE upright. Confirm green LED is continuous.

Wait approximately 10 seconds for the green LED to start

Flashing

The flashing green LED flashing, indicates the DIGIMOUSE is ready for use at 33 kHz.

  
8kHz Mode

Unscrew and remove end cap & insert battery, positive end first. Refit end cap securely.

Hold DigimousE upright & confirm green light is continuous.

Rotate Digimouse so the LED points down and wait approximately1 second.

Rotate Digimouse upright.& confirm the amber coloured LED is continuous. If the LED remains green repeat from step

Wait approximately 10 seconds for the amber LED to start

flashing.

The flashing amber LED flashing, indicates the DIGIMOUSE is ready for use at 8 kHz

Accessories

Extension reel - Provides an additional 10m of cable used to extend either the red or black cables of the cable connection set

Carry bag - Carries the main components of the System (Digicat, Digitex & Digimouse) & accessories. Constructed from rugged fabrics and complete with shoulder strap.