The Induction Clamp provides a precise way to apply a locating signal. It is generally used when it is not possible or convenient to access the conductor to make a direct connection but there is sufficient room to place the clamp around the cable or pipe, or when it is not safe to make a direct connection because the target cable is carrying electricity.
The Induction Clamp is a specialized inductive device, sometimes known as a toroid or coupler. All clamps are optimized to work at specific frequencies. In most cases clamps are designed to be used at frequencies generally between 8 kHz and 85 kHz.
- Apply a transmitter signal to live cables
- Range of clamps from 2” to 18”
- Induce signals on lines in a range of different situations