Professional Sprinkler Wire and Valve Locator for Commercial Contractors
The Pro700 Underground Sprinkler Wire and Valve Locator is perfect for irrigation contractors and maintenance personnel. Incorporating a powerful transmitter and sensitive receiver, the Pro700 tracks irrigation wires, finds missing valves and detects damage or cuts to vulnerable underground cabling. The Pro700 has a proven track record of 10 years of finding these problems. The Pro700 was the first sprinkler wire and valve locator to use a longer wand for normal height folks, add a speaker, and put in a lot of the features that we take for granted today.
The Pro700 model builds on the success of the original Pro600 wire and valve locator model. Our Pro700 includes an extra-long metal wand for easy tracking, the option of using an external speaker instead of a headset when listening for a signal and D batteries for power.
Wire and Valve Location Simplified
The Pro700 model simplifies wire and valve location by transmitting an easy-to-follow beeping signal tracked by the extended receiver. Simply connect the transmitter to ground and to the underground wire to be tracked, and then turn it on. Follow the beeps with the receiver using the visual meter, external speaker or a headset. It's really that simple! If you don't believe us, check out our YouTube channel ArmadaTech, chocked full of over 30 How to videos that explain various testing issues, including how easy a Pro700 is to operate.
- Receiver has Speaker, Headset, or Visual Indicators
- Pistol style receiver is extended for ease of locating
- Increased Receiver AC filtration
- Simple battery check of transmitter and receiver
- Custom rugged, slim carrying case
- Extra long metal wand
- Power Requirements: Transmitter: 8 D Cell Alkaline Batteries (not included)
- Receiver: 9V Alkaline Battery (not included)
- Battery Life: Transmitter: 50 hours; Receiver: 50 hours
- Transmitter Frequency: 1748Hz Transmitter
- Power: 750V p-p, 285V rms
1 year ago
1 year ago
I have not attempted a copper pipe locate. But just thinking of the "ground" connection and the bare copper would seem to cancel or blend the single. But, I will try this to locate my copper line to the street.
A must have if doing underground work period, locate telephone, electrical lines before digging. Thank you. Al