The RIDGID® NaviTrack® Inductive Clamp allows users to apply a signal to a cable or pipe that is 4″ or less in diameter when it is not possible to connect transmitter leads directly to the target conductor. When its jaws are closed around a cable or pipe, the clamp couples the transmitted signal onto the conductor by induction. Once the signal is applied to a conductor, it can be traced using a compatible receiver, such as the NaviTrack Scout, NaviTrack II, SeekTech SR-20 or SR-60.
Any Line transmitter (e.g., Brick, Navitrack, ST-33Q, ST- 510, ST-305) or comparable line transmitter which has a 10 watt or less maximum output power if frequency is under 45kHz, and a 1 watt maximum if above 45kHz can be used as a power source. The line transmitter must be jack-plug compatible. The clamp may be used with line transmitter frequencies of 8kHz to 262kHz.