The new Compact GPR System for underground utility locating
he UtilityScan features a wireless and lightweight configuration, our patented HyperStacking technology for unparalleled data quality, and integrated LineTrac system. This state-of-the-art system sets the new standard in performance and price.
10 m (35 ft)
15.4 kg (34 lbs)
RADAN 7 for UtilityScan, RADAN 7
Transit case, Battery booster kit, Sunshade, Model 656 rugged cart
Compact and Portable
The UtilityScan system is incredibly compact. Weighing in at only 34 pounds, UtilityScan can collapse to fit in the back of a small vehicle or even in an airline overhead compartment. The system also features an adjustable handle with dual pivot points for ease of use.
Ground Penetrating Radar
The UtilityScan is typically used to:
Scan utilities – metallic and non-metallic
Locate water lines
Detect voids and underground storage tanks (USTs)
Identify soil and foundation characteristics
Locate shallow objects for archaeology
Premium Features, Entry-level Price
The ideal underground locator – achieve greater depth penetration and clearer data with patented HyperStacking Technology. The UtilityScan features real-time data presentation and gain control, all packaged in an accurate GPR unit.
UtilityScan comes standard with an internal GPS, or can be integrated with a user provided GPS. This system has an option to add the LineTrac power detection module. LineTrac allows users to detect AC power and induced RF energy present in buried utilities.
350 HS antenna (350 MHz)
Choice of control unit with system mount:
Customized Panasonic Toughpad® FZ-A2 or,
NVIDIA SHIELD™ Tablet
Lithium-ion battery (2)
Dual-bay battery charger
Rugged 2 m ethernet cable
Sunshade for Panasonic A2
Quick Start Guide
7” or 10” (tablet dependent)
IP65 (tablet dependent)
Linescan and Focus Mode
USB 3.0, Micro USB
Data Collection Speed
< 3.5 mph (6.5 km/h)
-20°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F)
HyperStacking and LineTrac
Data illustrates several metallic and non-metallic targets and various depths. Yellow cross hairs identify a water line at 3 1m in depth, Blue LineTrac peak indicates the detection of an induced 33KHz active frequency.
Deep UtilityScan data
UtilityScan data showing deep stratigraphic features in a resistive soil.
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