C-scope Cable Avoidance Tool XD
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|Pixman||12:00pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|This is no longer necessary to pipe music to receive telephone, Internet connection their new Apple iPhone . With the iPhone. * The bold, 115.5 x 62.1 x 12.3mm compared to the first generation iPhone apple 115 x 61 x 11.6mm * Impressive cheap. This is no longer necessary to pipe music to receive telephone, Internet connection their new Apple iPhone . With the iPhone.|
|winux||3:09pm on Friday, October 1st, 2010|
|It would be great, I agree, if the world worked from the MAC platform. Since using mobile me my life has become more organized and easy.|
|faizerean||7:07pm on Thursday, September 16th, 2010|
|Good phone, fast, better battery life, retina display Overpriced. You can get it much cheaper via ATT or even Apple direct for 699. Apps is what makes this phone so great.|
|forafish||5:01pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|I love my new iphone, it was very easy to sync with itunes - both music and contacts, very intuitive to learn how to do things. I have had the Iphone(Edge) since it came out and find it so suprising that all these people sing its praises.|
|Commander Klarg||8:40am on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010|
|I bought the iphone because it is "idiot proof". Being of an older generation and not too tech savvy this phone was a breeze. Amazing combination of phone/music player/video player WHEN IT WORKS! Screen suddenly dies or freezes during task. Firmware update may kill it!|
|SandroE||4:59am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|The iPhone is a great phone... If you like sp... I really like the touch screen and all the apps that iPhone has. I bought this phone and a MacBook thinking th... Screen size, Apps, voice quality No bluetooth communication with Mac computers|
|Frank Billington||11:03am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Apple is making millions on a great idea but ... I like the internet, I like videoing and taking pictures and being able to email them. AT&T is known for their 3g problems. I ca... Great App Store Poor Coverage, Verizon Wireless is faster and has better coverage|
|joe_k_||1:04am on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|Hubby has a new toy , the Apple Iphone 8 g (gigabytes). It measures 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 and 3/8" thick. His case was $39.00. Nice to handle, 4GB Storage Price, camera quality|
|pvnc||10:07pm on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010|
|YOU CAN GET THIS iPhone FREE THIS IS TOO EXPENSIVE TO BUY YOU CAN GET THIS iPhone FREE THIS IS TOO EXPENSIVE TO BUY Interface like nothing seen before Slow when using EDGE|
|MBailey||12:01pm on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|Took me a few days of googling to hack this phone to work with t-mobile. It comes with 1.1.1 OS out of the box now. So I downgraded to 1. The iphone is a nice phone, but not great. AT&T and Apple lock this phone down which is not right since we spend so much on it.|
|EdClark||2:57am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|Good to have spares I find these pry tools are invaluable for dismantling small electronic devices. Apple Earphones They are the Apple earphones. Exactly what you expect. The mic and button work with the iPhone 3G, but not the volume buttons. Knock-off earbuds I only paid 3$ for mine, but they are knock-offs and not the real Apple earbuds. The sound in them stinks.|
|AL Lewton||5:38pm on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|When there is no 3G HSDPA compatibility; no wireless iTunes connectivity or downloads; no external memory card slot; no stereo Bluetooth so why would ...|
|duha||7:17am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Earphones Although the earphones work fine, one of them lost the metal outside cover within a week. Also one of the cords (right and left).|
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Cable Avoidance Tool Cable Avoidance Tool XD Signal Generator SG-A Signal Generator SG-V
CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOLS
The C.Scope Cable Avoidance Tools locate services radiating a detectable field. There may be some services that do not radiate and cannot be located.
ALWAYS EXCAVATE WITH CARE
Do not use the equipment outside of the temperature range -10C to +50C as the batteries may cease to function adequately. Geographical conditions such as hills and mountains can effectively screen radio signals and prevent a detectable ground current. The C.Scope Cable Avoidance Tool alone will not always locate every conductor so always use a Signal Generator. The C.Scope Signal Generator leads must not be connected directly to a live service. System performance may be impaired by unusually strong electromagnetic fields. Beware of multiple services. The C.Scope Cable Avoidance Tool will not always indicate close services, either side by side or one above the other. Do not use the equipment in areas where hazardous gases may be present. Check for underground services before using the earth stake.
Copyright 2004 C.Scope International Ltd. All Rights Reserved. C.Scope International Ltd make every effort to ensure that the information we provide about our products and their use is correct. We do not accept responsibility for injury, damage, or consequential loss arising from the use of our products. Local, national and international requirements and regulations must take preference.
Warnings Features Cable Avoidance Tool (and XD Model) Signal Generator (SG-A and SG-V Models) Locator Operating Modes Power Radio Generator Using the Locator Batteries Holding the Locator Searching Pinpointing Tracing Inside Front Cover Using the Signal Generator Batteries Direct connection Street lighting Signal Clamp/ Injector Searching Tracing Induction Searching Multiple Services Inductive Sweep Non-Metallic Pipe Tracing Sonde Plastic Pipe Tracer Depth Measurement Sonde/ Plastic Pipe Tracer Function checks Maintenance Specifications Cable Avoidance Tool Signal Generator Support Services 37
The C.Scope Cable Avoidance Tool (And XD Model) Digital display
Digital display Depth measurement button (XD model only) Detachable loud speaker Mode selected: Generator (showing frequency) Power Radio
On/ Off switch Sensitivity control 3 position mode switch
Depth display (XD Model only) Battery compartment Replaceable wear foot Signal strength bar display Battery condition indicator
The C.Scope Signal Generator (SG-A and SG-V Models) Digital display (SG-V only)
On/Off switch Battery condition indicator Mute/loud setting Loud/Mute switch Pulsed/Continuous output switch High power switch Low power switch Batteries Direct connection socket Auxiliary earth lead socket Accessory tray Power output level indicator Induced or connected mode indicator Signal strength bar display
The C.Scope Signal Generator (SG-A and SG-V Models)
Accessory tray Accessory tray holding clips
Earth stake Direct connection leads Crocodile clips Auxiliary 10m earth lead Connection magnet
Locator Operating Modes: Power Mode
In Power Mode the locator detects power signals. These power signals are present on all current carrying electricity cables although not all are detectable. These power signals may also flow along other buried conductors such as metal gas and water pipes. Limitations of Power Mode Not all electricity cables can be found using the Power mode. Here are the most important examples of electricity cables that may not be detectable in the Power mode: Street lighting cables. When the lights are off, no current flows and so no power signal is created. Supplies to buildings or plant using very little or no electricity will not have a detectable power signal. Pot-ended or capped cables. These will never have any current flowing through them but are possibly still live. Disused or abandoned cables. A few high voltage electricity cables. These can be well balanced electrically and therefore radiate little , or no Power signal. q Direct current cables (such as those found on railway systems). These do not create their own Power signals. q Cables more than 3 metres deep. q q q q q
WARNING Locators can only detect services radiating a detectable electromagnetic signal. There may be some services that do not radiate these signals and cannot be located. WARNING Absence of Power signal does not mean the service is not live. NOTE Generally these services should be detectable using the Radio or Generator modes. 4
Locator Operating Modes: Radio Mode
In Radio mode, the locator detects signals from radio transmitters. These signals flow through the ground and will tend to follow the line of least resistance such as a buried metallic service. When this happens the service can often be detected by using the locator in Radio mode. Limitations of Radio Mode q Not all services will be detectable in Radio mode. q A strong Radio signal present on one service may be masking a weaker Radio signal present on an adjacent service. q It is not normally possible to determine WHAT the service is in Radio mode, only its position. q Radio signals do not favour one utility over another. q The depth of the buried service CANNOT be judged by the strength of the radio signal alone. q Normally it is only possible to detect Radio signals present on services up to 2 metres deep. q A short service may not have enough signal to be detected.
WARNING Locators can only detect services radiating a detectable electromagnetic signal. There may be some services that do not radiate these signals and cannot be located. NOTE Most buried metallic services not found in Radio mode should be detectable by using Generator mode with a Signal Generator. 5
Locator Operating Modes: Generator Mode
In Generator mode the locator detects conductors radiating a signal applied by the Signal Generator. The Signal Generator provides a way of sending a known signal along buried metallic services which can then be detected using the locator. By detecting this signal it is possible to locate, trace and identify the pipes or cables that may be carrying it. There are TWO basic methods by which the Signal Generator signal can be applied to buried services: Direct Connection - The Signal Generator is attached directly to the service using either the Direct Connection Leads or one of the accessories available for use with the Signal Generator such as the Signal Clamp of Signal Injector. Induction - The Signal Generator can induce a signal onto a buried metallic service remotely from the surface without the need to physically connect to that service. Limitations of Generator Mode are covered in Using the Signal Generator section of this manual. Induction Direct Connection
WARNING Locators can only detect services radiating a detectable electromagnetic signal. There may be some services that do not radiate these signals and cannot be located. 6
Using the Locator: Batteries
Locator Battery Check Switch the locator on by pulling up on the On/Off trigger positioned on the underside of the handle. The locator should emit a clear audible battery check tone for one second and the display should come on. Check the battery level indicator in the bottom left hand corner of the display. If there is only one segment or no segments of the indicator filled in then the batteries will need to be renewed before locating work can begin. Changing Locator Batteries Push the two clips back to release the battery compartment door. Remove ALL EIGHT used batteries and replace with new ones. Be careful to insert the new batteries the correct way round in the holder. Replace the holder in the battery compartment making sure that the two terminals on the holder make contact with the two terminals within the battery compartment. Close the battery compartment door securely. Battery levels
NOTE Only use alkaline AA (LR6) size batteries. Dispose of the used batteries safely in accordance with local regulations. WARNING Do not change batteries in confined spaces where gas may be present.
Using the Locator: Holding the Locator
When in use the locator should always be held upright. NEVER swing the locator such that it moves away from the vertical.
Your middle or little finger should be used to squeeze, and hold on, the On/Off trigger. Your index finger will then be free to adjust the sensitivity control.
Using the Locator: Searching
There are three stages to the locating process; searching, pinpointing and tracing 1. Turn the function switch to the appropriate mode 2. Hold in the On/Off trigger. The locator should emit the audible battery test tone and the digital display should come on. Check the battery level indicator to confirm the batteries are usable. 3. Rotate the Sensitivity control clockwise to its maximum setting as indicated by the arrow on the control. 4. Carry out the search using a grid pattern as shown in the diagram. Walk slowly and keep the locator upright at all times and stationary by your side. 5. As you approach the area in which there is a signal the locator will emit an audible response and show a visual response on the bar display. 6. Keep walking until the audible and visual responses disappear.
NOTE This search technique applies only to the Power and Radio modes. See Using the Signal Generator for the correct search pattern when using Generator mode. NOTE Sometimes the locator will give an audible response and strong (full scale) visual response across the whole of the search area. In this case turn the sensitivity down slightly and repeat the search using the same grid pattern.
Using the Locator: Pinpointing
Having found the presence of a signal the next stop is to pinpoint the source. The closer the locator is to the signal source the stronger the response. To Pinpoint a Signal 1. Keeping the locator vertical, walk through the area of the signal response. If the visual response goes off the scale then stop, reduce the sensitivity of the locator slightly before continuing. 2. The width of the signal response will begin to shrink as the sensitivity is reduced. Once the sensitivity is reduced enough then a clear peak response will be seen on the bar display as the locator traverses the service. The locator is positioned directly above the buried service when the bar display is at its highest (peak) reading. 3. Carefully rotate the locator over the peak reading until the visual response falls to a minimum level. The locator will now be roughly IN LINE with the direction of the buried service. 4. Mark the position of the buried service.
NOTE The amount of sensitivity adjustment needed to pinpoint a service can vary depending on the mode being used, the signal strength and the service depth. 10
Using the Locator: Tracing
Having pinpointed a service it should now be possible to trace its route. 1. Carefully follow the direction of the signal holding the locator at right angles to the line of the signal. It is necessary to constantly slice the locator from side to side in order to be sure of still being over the peak signal response. 2. Stop and mark the position of the signal at regular intervals. As more marks are recorded the precise direction of the service will become more apparent. NOTE It may be necessary to readjust the sensitivity to maintain the optimum response. NOTE After tracing return to the original search grid to search for further buried services. WARNING Never rush the tracing process. Small and unexpected changes in the services route will be missed if care is not taken to follow the signals path every step of the way. Lost Signals This can be because of a curve, or bend in the route, change in depth of the service, a T connection or the end of the service. Finding Lost Signals 1. Locate in a circle at least 1metre around the point where the signal was lost. This should locate the service if it has simply changed direction sharply or Td into another service. 2. If you find nothing then increase the sensitivity and repeat the circle. This should find the service if it has continued but at a greater depth.
SALES SERVICE TRAINING
Site safety must be your number one concern.
Cable strikes result in death, injury, disruption. You are responsible for taking the necessary steps to minimise this workplace hazard. Follow the HSE recommendations for safe digging practice. Get some serious cable locating equipment on the job and make sure it gets used. INSIST ON THE POWER, PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY OF C.SCOPE CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOLS. These locators are from C.SCOPE, world famous specialists in underground location for over 25 years. The C.SCOPE CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOL is a full function, industry standard locator which every ground working operative will find familiar and easy to use. Better by design, the Cable Avoidance Tool is rugged, lightweight and packed full of features: LCD METER, precision locating as standard. DETACHABLE LOUDSPEAKER held next to the ear in noisy work situations. FINGERTIP CONTROLS, adjust sensitivity and rapid switching between the locators three operating modes. ADD a powerful range of C.SCOPE accessories and the Cable Avoidance Tool becomes the main component of a versatile pipe and cable tracing system.
1. New Signal Generator SG-V with multisegment LCD. Enhances detectability of pipes and cables. Trace out the route of specific services. Use the Signal Generator to transmit an easily identifiable signal along a pipe or cable. 2. Trace the line using the Cable Avoidance Tool. 3. New Signal Generator SG-A
L O C A T I O N
U N D E R G R O U N D
F O C U S
CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOLS
Essential site equipment for locating and tracing underground services
T O T A L
Backed up nationally by a network of C.SCOPE approved sales and service centres. On-site or factory based operator training courses available. Detailed Operator Tutorial on CD-ROM.
Performance. Precision. Information.
Its a tough world for todays hard pressed ground working contractor. You have to get the job done fast but not break pipes or cables. Now, in this demanding situation, powerful help is at hand. The C.SCOPE CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOL XD provides ultimate information about underground services before you dig. The C.SCOPE XD CABLE AVOIDANCE TOOL XD has all the familiar user-friendly features of the standard model but delivers more power, more precision and more information from underground. The XD has a depth mode activated by a simple push-button. C.Scope Signal Generators SG-A and SG-V are designed to operate in conjunction with the Cable Avoidance Tools in a wide range of tracing applications. A 33kHz signal can be applied to a pipe or cable and traced along its length with the Cable Avoidance Tool. The C.Scope Signal Generators are new for 2005, with smart robust styling, extra features and all round greater operating efficiency resulting in longer battery life. When you need MAXIMUM TECHNOLOGY in your hand. When you want to find pipes and cables fast, make sure its the C.SCOPE XD LOCATION SYSTEM. ESSENTIAL SITE EQUIPMENT FOR LOCATING AND TRACING UNDERGROUND SERVICES.
4. Sealed, securely fitting battery compartment with spare battery holder. 5. Both locators feature LCD meter for visual read-out of signal and locator functions. 6. Detachable speaker - user replaceable if damaged. 7. Wear plate fitted to blade end - user replaceable when worn. 8. Fingertip controls. Twin wall construction keeps electronics damp and dust-free. 9. Easy push-button control of 33 kHz signal output. Greater precision available with SG-V model. New robust lightweight case construction. 10. Large accessories compartment.
ISO 9001 Quality
1) Spring loaded jaws. 2) 75mm or 100mm diameter. 3) Robust construction.
1) 2) 3) 4) Waterproof robust construction. Operating frequency 33kHz continuous. Range (guide) 5 metres. Dimensions 38mm diameter, 102mm length. 5) Fitting M10, rod adaptors available. 6) Battery 1 x AA (IEC type LR6) 7) Typical battery life (guide) 50 hours.
SG-V Cable Avoidance Tool Cable Avoidance Tool XD High Performance
L O C A T I O N Controls 1) On/off control. Press for 'on', release for 'off'. Battery check tone at switch on. 2) 3 position function select switch: P - Power Mode for detecting live imbalanced cables. R - Radio Mode for detecting re-radiated radio signals. G - Generator Mode for detecting conductors carrying the signal generated by the C.Scope Signal Generator or from the Sonde Transmitter. 3) Sensitivity Control. 4) Push button to activate depth measurement - XD only. Display Large, easy to read liquid crystal display. Shock resistant, mounted behind polycarbonate lens for maximum protection. The display indicates: 1) Signal strength. 2) Battery condition. 3) Confirmation of selected mode. 4) Depth in G mode - XD only. Frequency P - 50-400 Hz R - 15-20 kHz G - 33 kHz Depth of detection (guide) The Cable Avoidance Tool will typically detect at the following depths: P - 3 metres R - 2 metres G - 3 metres Depth measurement - XD only Range: 0.25 - 3.0m (line) 1.0 - 6.0m (sonde) Batteries 8 x AA (IEC type LR6) Typical life (guide) - 40 hours Weight 3.0 kgs (including batteries) Moisture/dust resistant to IP65
Specification and labelling subject to change without notice.
Signal Generator SG-A Signal Generator SG-V
Controls 1) On/off 2) Low Power/high power - SG-A 3) Power increase/decrease - SG-V 4) Pulse/continuous 5) Audio mute Connections 1) Connection mode socket. 2) Connection mode earth socket. Audio indications 1) Audio feedback on button press. 2 Audio frequency drops to indicate a good connection. 3) Audio frequency on induced mode changes with power level. 4) Audio output pulsed to indicate pulsed mode. 5) Low battery indication. Display (SG-V) Multisegment LCD indicating the following: 1) Frequency. 2) Pulse / Continuous signal. 3) Output level. 4) Battery condition. 5) Output current bargraph connected/induced. 6) Speaker mute. Output 33kHz Batteries 4 x 'D' cells (LR20) Typical life (guide) 40 hours. Weight 3.4 kgs (including batteries) Moisture/dust resistant to IP65
CS880 Metal Cover Locator
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Heavy duty control box Sealed separate battery compartment 8 x AA clip in battery pack Waterproof highly robust search coil Twistlock stem length adjustment Comfortable hand grip with arm rest Fascia mounted loudspeaker with socket for optional headphones 8) Collapsible stem, protective carry bag available 9) Push button controls and LED panel indicators 10) Moisture/dust resistant to IP65
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