Handheld multi-frequency underground service locator
The Leica DD100 Series cable locators feature advanced automatic controls making the DD100 Series easy-to-use, requiring minimal user experience. Avoiding underground cables and pipes is a major concern on construction sites. Therefore, detecting the position of buried cables and pipes before excavation work can help prevent operator injury, asset damage and any subsequent costs. Use the DD120 or DD130 cable locators in conjunction with a DA220 or DA230 signal transmitter or range of accessories to achieve improved accuracy and application scope.
- DD130 Locator
- 3 year warranty
Leica DD SMART Video Tutorials
Leica DD SMART Utility Locators Solution
Leica DD SMART – Intro Video
Leica DD SMART Utility Locators Solution – Health Check
Leica DD SMART Utility Locators Solution – Transmitter connection
Leica DD SMART Utility Locators Solution – Sonde
Leica DD SMART Utility Locators Solution – Transmitter Induction
- Easy & intuitive to use
- On board video support
- Power, Radio, Auto modes
- Depth Detection: 9.99m (37.77ft)
- IP66 Rated
- Transmitter modes: 33kHz, 8kHz, 512 Hz, 640 Hz, or Auto
- Bag included
|Easily locate & trace utilities||Excavation contractors|
|Work safely with usage alerts & system diagnostics||Utility installation & repair contractors|
|No technical experience necessary||General contractors|
|Depth range: up to 9.99m||Builders|
|Dust and water protection to IP66||Gas & electricity companies|
|Highly visible digital LCD display||Cable TV companies|
|Robust light weight design||Pipe laying contractors|
What is a UTILIFINDER+ and why do I need one?
Cable strikes result in unnecessary costs, reduces profit potential and introduces project delays.
The revolutionary new UTILIFINDER+ system provides a unique solution especially designed for work directly surrounding existing buildings, allowing quick and easy location of buried electrical cables. Other conductive services including metal gas and water pipes and Telecom cables can also be located when they are safety bonded to the electrical earth.