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December 18th, 2012
New Leica Digicat xf-Series Locates Underground Utilities

The Leica Digicat xf-Series has been specifically designed with long distance tracing in mind. The ability to trace transmitter frequencies of 512Hz and 640Hz provides users with a greater tracing range as well as the ability to locate sewer-camera inspection systems. All new models represent the latest design in cable technology. With modern Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and intelligent software the locators continue to make light work of ground surveys.

New locators
All new models of the Leica Digicat xf-Series make locating underground cables and pipes a simple and efficient task, increasing the operator’s productivity. The Digicat 550i xf and 650i xf offer users the added benefit of depth estimation.

The Digicat 600i xf and 650i xf locators have the added benefit of an internal 32 MB memory and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. Both models integrate seamlessly with mobile mapping technology to log survey data, in addition to enabling wireless Bluetooth data transfer.

New signal transmitters

The newly developed Leica Digitex xf signal transmitters deliver a higher power output than previous models with the addition of extra low tracing frequencies. This improved performance allowsusers to trace services over a greater distance, improve service detection in areas of high signal interference and to improve depth estimation when using a depth locator.

Availability

The new locators are immediately available. Ordering information can be obtained from all authorized Leica Geosystems representatives.

For more information about the Leica Digicat xf-Series of cable locators and transmitters, please visit: 

http://www.leica-geosystems.com/digicat_xf