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The ECU902 is a display unit for quadrature survey wheel encoders with no index output. This unit in particular is very useful for assessing the cable length in applications such as borehole antennas surveys. Connected to the encoder of the tripod prove to be extremely useful in tomography surveys. The unit is absolutely transparent to the operation of the encoders connected to it and provides very bright readings even with direct sunlight.
This hollow shaft magnetic encoder was developed primarily for our line of survey carts. It happened that some of our customers are very skilled manufacturing survey accessories as well and they wanted to buy just the encoder from us. We then decided to make the encoder solution for all of our customers who wanted it. The unit can be purchased with different magnetic rings to best suit your particular application.
The dual output triggering device TRG-715 is a unique piece of equipment that we developed for railway surveys in Denmark. We needed a three channel radar in order to be able to scan the ballast on the sides and in the front, we decided to use two independent ground penetrating radars. The problem came when we needed to syncronize the data files from both units; that's how the dual output triggering device was born.
The success of our GeoPointer X© wouldn't have been completed without our triggering device TRG-817. It is essentially this device that makes so easy to incorporate GPS positions and GPR markers into a unified database for a later linking process. This unit can be used inside a car or wherever the main ground penetrating radar unit is located to facilitate the use of both acquisition softwares.