GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator

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GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator

Great for pinpointing the location of direct buried cable ground faults.

GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator

The GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator is a specialized tool for contractors and maintenance personnel working with underground cables.  Commonly known as A-Frames, the GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator is essential for anyone looking for the exact location of damage to direct buried cables.

How does the GFL3000 work?

Incorporating dual power output, the GFL3000 pinpoints ground faults where electrical current is being lost to ground on underground, direct buried cable. Armada’s ground fault detector transmits a powerful charge tracked by the GFL3000 A-Frame receiver. The receiver then indicates the location of the ground fault based on the direction the analog needle kicks. Following these kicks leads you to the exact location of the fault.

With the GFL3000 Ground Fault Locator, your job just got easier.

Armada’s ground fault detector not only helps you get the job done, it’s also easy to use. Simply connect the transmitter to ground using the included stake and the underground faulted wire to be analyzed, and turn it on. Follow the kicks with the receiver using the visual meter.

Precision testing.

Without sacrificing profit margin.

The GFL3000 offers features that haven’t been available at this price point — until now. It features both high (3,400v) and low (2,400v) power capability and a battery power indicator, along with the following:

  • Transmitter battery — 12v 2.5 AmpHour rechargeable
  • Receiver battery — 1 common 9v square type
  • Power output — Up to 3,400 volts
  • Weight — Transmitter — 8 lbs.

  • Receiver — A-Frame — 4 lbs.

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