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    Default Difference between SR 20 & SR60

    Can someone explain the difference between the SR20 And the SR60. Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Difference between SR 20 & SR60

    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector View Post
    Can someone explain the difference between the SR20 And the SR60. Thanks in advance!
    Looks like the only difference I can spot is the sr-20 has limited frequencies. It appears to only go up to 35khz. Where as the sr-60 goes up to 93khz

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    Default Re: Difference between SR 20 & SR60

    Does not having the higher frequencies limit the type of utilities you can find? What would be the advantage of the higher frequencies?

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    Default Re: Difference between SR 20 & SR60

    The SR-60 is designed to support most manufacturers' transmitters and can support frequencies up to 480kHz (US models only; highest EU frequency is 93kHz).

    The SR-60 also has SimulTrace, a feature that lets you trace a pushcable and a Sonde simultaneously. This would commonly be used with a SeeSnake pipe inspection camera. SeeSnake camera systems have have a transmitter connection point on the monitor. By connecting your line transmitter to the monitor you can energize the push cable and follow it out to the camera sonde. The SR-20 can also be used to trace a push cable but it will not display line trace and sonde locate information simultaneously - you'd need to figure out when you were close to the sonde and manually switch from Line Trace to Sonde mode (not too difficult, just look for the line trace signal to drop quickly).

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