LineFinder 2000 Receiver | 512 Hertz
Locate 512 Hz Sondes and Cameras with ease
Sleek, easy to use with automatic depth calculator for accuracy +/- 10%
The LF 2000 is our original digital locator. If you are only locating in cast iron and nonmetallic lines with the 512 Hz frequency then this is your receiver.
For more durable transport, this receiver will fit securely into our hard carrying case.
- Three step screens to pinpoint your transmitter and a fourth screen to provide depth.
- Automatically drops gain to keep the signal at the best level for locating.
- LCD screens come with automatic backlight and LED functions.
- 4 Position switch helps you navigate through the screens with ease.
- Handle vibration confirms strong signal strength for all locating tasks.
- Will locate a 50/60 Hz active power source, above or below ground.
- Headphone jack is perfect for locating on a noisy site.
- Battery power level display to maintain optimum locating accuracy.
- Weight: 6 lbs.
- Dimensions: 32” L x 8” W x 4-1/4” H
- Power source: 6 AA Alkaline batteries
- Depth Measurements: Standard Feet and Inches or Metric
- Standard Frequency: 512 Hz
- Sonde: 512 Hz
- Passive AC Line Trace: 50/60 Hz
Q: Can I use this receiver with any other frequency besides 512 Hz?
A: No. This receiver will only pick up 512 Hz Frequency and Passive AC Line trace 50/60 Hz. Check out our LineFinder 2200 if you would like to locate multiple frequencies.
Q: My receiver doesn’t seem to picking up the 512 Hz signal. Is there a way to test my receiver over the phone?
A: Yes. We can do a phone test with the 512 Hz frequency. It only takes a few seconds to find out if your receiver is working or not. Please call 800-541-9123 for assistance.
Q: My receivers depth is off by 6”?
A: If you are locating in 6” pipe you need to minus the 6” from your final depth. The transmitter sits at the bottom of the 6” pipe so that is where your receiver is getting signal and calculating the depth.
We also recommend that you make sure you are setting the bottom of the receiver on the ground when on the depth screen. Otherwise you will also need to factor in the space in between the bottom of the receiver and the ground before you dig.