2450GR

2450GR Locating System
The Subsite 2450GR ground penetrating radar system is an invaluable utility locating device designed to help subsurface utility engineers and other contractors locate any type of utility, both metallic and non-metallic, beneath soil, rock, pavement and other surfaces. The 2450GR’s advanced locating capability makes it ideal for a wide range of other applications, including detection of voids, sinkholes, concrete and underground storage tanks.
Key Features
  • 2450GR locates both metallic and non-metallic pipes and cables to allow one-pass locates at depths of up to 19.7 feet (6 m), depending on soil conditions and antenna selection.
  • With 5.6 mph survey speed and digitally controlled radar, the 2450GR provides fast, clear images.
  • Dual-frequency antenna simultaneously sweeps in two frequencies; this allows the operator to see both deep and shallow objects simultaneously.
  • Earth-engaged antenna provides better contact on uneven terrain and reduces signal loss.
  • Rugged, four-wheel cart design allows the operator to scan in the easiest and roughest conditions.
  • 2450GR folds up into a size that is easy to transport.
Specifications
2450GR
Receiver
Transmitter
Receiver Dimensions
Receiver Operation
Transmitter Dimensions
Transmitter Operation
Beacons
Operational Frequencies
Receiver Batteries
Transmitter Batteries
150 Short-Range W/S Beacon
150 Long-Range W/S Beacon
150 Short-Range Conduit Beacon
150 Long-Range Conduit Beacon
150 Short-Range Plastics Beacon
150 Long-Range Plastics Beacon
150 Short-Range Iron Beacon
150 Long-Range Iron Beacon
System
Survey path width
19.7 in
Recording Channels
2
Transmit Pulse Frequency
200 kHz
Typical antenna frequency
250 mHz or 700 mHz
Typical collection speed (scans/second)
100
Typical collection speed at 2-in sampling interval
5.6 mph
Display mode
Gray scale/color palette
Zoom
Up to 4x
Data storage
Laptop hard drive
Maximum profile length
Virtually unlimited
Stored data format
Raw data (for further data analysis)
Setting of GPR propagation velocity (to get accurate evaluation of depth of detected targets)
Ground truth or hyperbola fitting methods
Reading of pipe position/depth
Software cursor
System output
Printable radar map with descriptor of detected utilities
Diagnostic
Radar and power supply status, excessive speed, data loss
Languages
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese
Data collection type
Parallel profile lines, perpendicular to the expected orientation of utilities
Radar Power Requirements
Battery operating time
< 10 hours
Power supply
12V sealed lead acid, 12 Ah
Mechanical/ Environmental
Operating temperature
14° F to 104° F
Humidity
100% (sealed)
Weight, without battery or PC
60.6 lb
Weight, without PC
68.6 lb
Weight, total
73.9 lb
Width
21 in
Length, handle fully extended
50 in
Length, folded
40 in
Height, handle fully extended
39.5 in
Height, folded
20.5 in
Dual Frequency
Antenna technology
ultra-wide band, ground coupled, shielded dipole
Typical range
0.32 ft - 8.2 ft
Maximum range
0.32 ft - 19.7 ft
Recommended PC Specifications
Processor
1 GHz or faster
RAM:
512 MB or more
Display resolution
800 x 600 or higher
Hard drive
Shock proof or solid state
Hard disk space
100 MB available
Ethernet connection
100 Mbps
USB connection
USB 2.0
Operating system
Windows® 2000 Professional SP4 or Windows® XP Professional
No software protecting data exchange (firewall protection, etc.)
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