Hot Spot Transmitter Makes Pipe & Utility Locating Easier

The Hot Spot graphic display with auto backlight indicates battery level, output level, USB connection, connectivity, type of transmission (induction, direct connect leads, or clamp) and active frequencies.

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McKees Rocks, PA – The new Gen-Eye Hot Spot™ Transmitter from General Pipe Cleaners makes pipe and utility locating easier than ever, says the company. The fully loaded 5-watt transmitter features four trace frequencies, and an LCD graphic display that indicates line resistance and current flow. Increased power provides more signal to locate with four line trace frequencies: 1KHz, 8KHz, 33KHz or 65KHz. Users can select the frequency and power that best suits their applications. Superior battery life keeps the unit operating for as long as 100 hours. The selectable automatic shutdown feature saves power as well. The Hot Spot graphic display with auto backlight indicates battery level, output level, USB connection, connectivity, type of transmission (induction, direct connect leads, or clamp) and active frequencies. The menu-based system allows users to configure the transmitter according to their needs and allows users to switch between a simple display or the advanced display to monitor milliamps, watts, ohms and volts. The transmitter keeps track of hour count, software version, configuration date and calibration date. The transmitter can easily be upgraded to the latest software updates online using the built-in USB connection. Optimal frequencies for the area can be configured for each unit, then users can activate only the frequencies most suited to the particular jobsite. The unit includes shoulder strap for easy transport, 10-foot cables and ground stake.

For more information, please visit www.drainbrain.com/geneye.

 

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