Armada Technologies PRO-300 Wire and Valve Locator
The Residential Wire and Valve Locator You Can Count On
If you're a contractor or homeowner working primarily with smaller wired systems, Armada's Pro300 is a perfect fit. Because underground wires and cables in residential sprinkler systems don't run for long distances, the Pro300 is the ideal product for your needs.
How Does the Pro300 Residential Wire and Valve Locator Work?
The Pro300 Wire and Valve Locator sets up and works just like the larger commercial Pro700 and Pro800D models. Simply place the included ground stake directly into the earth and attach one alligator clip to it. Then, attached the other alligator clip the wire you want to track. Next, follow the path of the null beeps to track the wire. Should a wire be cut or broken, the signal will stop there. Lost solenoids are also easy to find with our residential valve locator, as the signal will change over the solenoid, indicating its location.
With our Pro300 model, you can save money without feeling shortchanged on performance. Everything you need to do the job, and do it well is included: a transmitter/case, receiver, antenna, ground stake and owner's manual.
- Output Frequency- 2Khz
- Output Power- 350Vac P-P
- Transmitter Power- 8 C Type Batteries
- Receiver Power- 1 9v Square Battery
- Distance- Up to 500 feet
- Depth- Up to 4 feet
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I nee to justify the cost.
i did not know the path of the sprinkler wires or the location of the valves ( grass overgrown)like looking for a needle in a haystack. , of course you wiring is different from mine ,you may know location etc, hope this helps , it worked for me but alot of effort.
this tool? just like I located my valves.
local sprinkler company service and repair system I had no map,sketch,
nothing,in 15 mins I located 4 valves that are not working.Does this mean
that wires under ground are good?And solonoids could be bad? I thing?