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Sondes? "Diagnostic Transmitters"? Transducers?Whatever.

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  • Sondes? "Diagnostic Transmitters"? Transducers?Whatever.

    Our old 33KHz locator sonde developed a short.It is not a ridgid tool, and no info can be found on it. It is apprx 1/2" diameter, by 2.5" long, and screws on the end of a fiberglass pushrod. It operates on 33KHz standard wavelength, and is powered by 2 hearing aid-type batteries.We used it for over 10years, in pipe diameters as large as 12inches, and as small as 2". It has now quit operating completely.

    Ridgid sent us a color pamphlet clearly showing a grouping of 4 "diagnostic transmitters", but no part numbers. Are these not available as stand-alone items? Does anyone have any knowlage of how these transducers (transmitters, sondes) werk, or schematics? Are they like Fishfinfinder transducers (except for operating frequency), or are they more like CB radio transmitters? What mode of operation do they employ (CW,AM,FM,SSB)?

    I understand the Ridgid "diagnostic transmitters" will work with the Navitrack locators, but can find no part numbers.
    BTW, this forum is a fantastic idea (whoever thunk it up).
    Thnx in advance.

    [ 06-05-2003, 10:31 AM: Message edited by: 12Footer ]
    \"I\'m still here?? Wher\'s my car keys? It\'s fishthirty.\"

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    Please go to:
    http://www.northstate.com/ridgid/index.html
    Select the SeeSnakeĀ® and Line Locator
    buttons on the side panel.
    All items that Ridge offers for tranmitters,
    locators, and diagnostic equipment are contained
    in the estore. There are helpful links at top and
    bottom that will display catalog information.
    Please take a look and if you have further
    questions please call 800-678-2831 Mike or
    email mmanning@northstate.com
    Hope this helps.

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