Based in West Virginia, Schonstedt Instrument Company designs and builds underground locators trusted by professional surveyors. Founder, Erick O. Schonstedt, has designed magnetometers for the Hubble telescope and other satellites for six decades and has been a leader in underground locating.
What’s the Difference Between the Schonstedt XT pc 33 kHz and the XTpc 82 kHz Single Frequency Pipe and Cable Locator?
One of the most portable locators on the market, the XTpc can be carried on your toolbelt. It also features the industry’s smallest transmitter. It is so portable, you can fit it in your pocket. Featuring one-handed operation, all controls are in easy reach of your thumb. With a large LCD display and directional arrows, locating and centering is a breeze. Single-button depth calculation is as simple as pressing the depth button with the receiver directly over the target.
Operating at 33 kHz, the Xpc 33 is the best choice for locating electrical lines.
Operating at 82 kHz, the XpcT 82 is suited for tracing gas and water lines.
What the Schonstedt XT pc 33 kHz and Schonstedt XT pc 82 Have in Common
- Receiver weight: under 2.8 pounds
- Transmitter weight: under 1.5 pounds
- LCD display: displays left, right and “on-target” indication
- Single-button depth measurement
- Passive detection of 50Hz or 60Hz
- Audio and visual output
- Three modes: conductive, inductive and clamp
- Transmitter auto power off
- 3-year warranty
- Operating Frequency: 33 kHz
- Best choice for locating electrical lines.
- Operating Frequency:82 kHz
- Best choice for tracing gas and water lines.
See pricing, specifications, bonus items, compatible accessories, product reviews, and videos for each of the Schonstedt models on the pages below!