electronic locator

electronic locator

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′lō‚kād·ər]
(electronics)
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The Now You Can Find It Wireless Electronic Locator ($49.
The transmitter sends signals of sounds picked up by the microphone to a small receiver used by a crew member operating the drill unit's electronic locator or the drill unit.
The basic instrument for accurately locating buried utilities is a compact electronic locator system consisting of a lightweight hand-held receiver and a small transmitter.
Markers are located using a Subsite 75R electronic locator with an electronic marker locating (EML) attachment, also available at Ditch Witch dealerships.
Saudi authorities should also think of providing free Wi-Fi at the holy sites so that pilgrims can use electronic locators.
Electronic locators remain the basic tool to find underground facilities, but they have limitations.
The swift rescue of three stranded climbers Monday from the snowy flanks of Mount Hood should prompt Oregon lawmakers to give swift approval to legislation that would require people climbing the state's highest peak to wear electronic locators.
The first electronic locators, known as "Metallo Scopes" were developed in the 1930s.
The first electronic locators, known as 'Metallo Scopes' were developed in the 1930s.
And more rental centers appear to be offering electronic locators for finding buried utility lines before excavation begins.
Although not effective in all types of soils, GPR can perform in situations that are beyond the capabilities of conventional electronic locators.

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