The Ridgid SeekTech ST-33Q super induction transmitter is designed to be used with Ridgid locators, which are used to trace underground pipe, cable and other metallic lines. When used in induction mode, the ST-33Q induces at 8 kHz and 33 kHz.
“The ST-33Q places more than 8 times the current in induction mode onto a target conductor than the next leading 10-watt transmitter,” says Mark Fleming, senior product manager of diagnostics equipment for Ridgid. “In direct-connect mode and using an inductive signal clamp, the ST-33Q can transmit from 10 Hz to 490 kHz. Up to 40 user defined frequencies can be set in the transmitter.”
The unit comes equipped with six preset frequencies that can be used when directly connected to the target. In addition, end users have the ability to set their own frequency providing the versatility of use with any receiver.
The ST-33Q's LCD monitor displays the operating mode, battery power level and current strength. The ST-33Q operates using six D-cell batteries. A jack is provided for the optional inductive signal clamp. Two 15-foot lead wires provide ample reach when used in direct-connect mode.
Verified by Mark Fleming, senior product manger of diagnostics equipment for Ridgid.
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Lead wire length: 15 feet
Frequencies: 128 Hz, 1 kHz, 8 kHz, 33 kHz, 93 kHz and 262 kHz