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Dynatel 2250 Cable/Pipe Locator

Manufacturer part number: 2250
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The 3M Dynatel Locator 2250 Series is designed to find the path and estimated depth of buried cables and pipes.
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Available Configurations

The 2200 series locator is designed to find the path and estimated depth of buried cables and pipes. 2200 series locators have four active frequencies: passive frequencies for power, cathodic protection, CATV and auxiliary frequencies for long distance locating from remote transmitters.

Receivers incorporate an "expander" function to make peaks and nulls more pronounced by enhancing the amplitude difference between two conductors carrying the same tone. Both the receiver and the transmitter feature a self-test routine that is executed each time the unit is turned on.

Features

  • Four active trace frequencies which can be used individuals or simulatenously to compensate for varying field conditions. The receiver incorporates passive power and auxiliary frequencies that do not require the use of the transmitter.
  • Graphic display to distinguish between targeted cable and other cables in congested area.
  • Four modes of operation - dual peak, dual null, differential and special peak - for accurate locates, even in the most challenging field conditions.
  • Precisely locates sheath or ground faults on both short and long cable sections.

Receiver

  • Frequencies
    • Trace and Modes
      • Active: 577 Hz, 8 kHz, 200 kHz
      • Passive Power: 50/60 Hz, user selectable: L50/60-5th harmonic, H50/H60-9th harmonic, 100/120-rectified power
      • Auxiliary: 'T' model - 31.5 kHz, 512 kHz, 560 Hz; 'P' model - 31.5 kHz
  • Depth
    • Range: 0 to 15' (0 to 4.5 m)
    • Accuracy: ±10% ± 1 digit for 0 to 60” (0 to 1.5 m); ±15% for 60” to 180” (1.5 to 4.5 m)
  • Power: Six alkaline "AA" (LR6) cells
  • Typical Battery Life: 50 hours

Transmitter

  • Output Frequencies
    • Trace Mode: 577 Hz, 8 kHz, 33 kHz, 200 kHz
    • Tone Mode: 577 Hz and 200 kHz pulsed at 8 Hz
    • Induction Mode: 33 kHz, 200 kHz
  • Output Voltage (Maximum): 70 Vrms
  • Output Power
    • Normal Setting: Limited to 0.5 W
    • High Setting: Limited to 3 W or 5W with External DC Power
  • Output Protections: 240 Vrms
  • Power: Batteries - Six alkaline "C" (LR14 cells); External DC - 9-18 V DC (1A)
  • Typical Battery Life
    • Normal Output Level: 50 hours
    • High Output Level: 10 hours

Physical Specifications

  • Size
    • Transmitter: 6.75" H x 11.25" W x 7.75" D (17.2 cm x 28.6 cm x 19.7 cm)
    • Receiver: 25.5" H x 3.75" W x 10.75" D (64.8 cm x 9.5 cm x 27.3 cm)
  • Weight
    • Transmitter: 5.2 lbs. (2.4 kg)
    • Receiver: 4.1 lbs. (1.8 kg)
    • Shipping: 14.3 lbs. (6.5 kg)

Environmental Specifications

  • Operating Temperature: -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
  • Storage Temperature: -40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)
Description

The 2200 series locator is designed to find the path and estimated depth of buried cables and pipes. 2200 series locators have four active frequencies: passive frequencies for power, cathodic protection, CATV and auxiliary frequencies for long distance locating from remote transmitters.

Receivers incorporate an "expander" function to make peaks and nulls more pronounced by enhancing the amplitude difference between two conductors carrying the same tone. Both the receiver and the transmitter feature a self-test routine that is executed each time the unit is turned on.

Features

  • Four active trace frequencies which can be used individuals or simulatenously to compensate for varying field conditions. The receiver incorporates passive power and auxiliary frequencies that do not require the use of the transmitter.
  • Graphic display to distinguish between targeted cable and other cables in congested area.
  • Four modes of operation - dual peak, dual null, differential and special peak - for accurate locates, even in the most challenging field conditions.
  • Precisely locates sheath or ground faults on both short and long cable sections.