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With the acceleration of urbanization, the underground pipeline network has become more and more complex, how to efficiently and accurately detect and locate the position and direction of the pipeline has become an important issue. In order to solve this problem, a multi-frequency composite modulation acoustic vibration technology underground pipe finder came into being.
The core principle of underground pipe finder is to utilize multi-frequency composite modulation acoustic vibration technology. In the pipeline interface installation sound vibrator, the vibrator can produce a specific frequency of the acoustic signal. These signals are transmitted laterally in both directions along the pipe and vertically to the surface. Inside the pipe, sensors pick up these acoustic signals and process them through the receiving host.
Once the receiver host receives the signals, it performs a series of processes. First, it converts the sound signals into a visual spectrum and signal columns, which are displayed on the screen of the host computer. These visualization data can clearly show the location and direction of the pipe, as well as the shape and size of the pipe and other information. In addition, the receiving host will also output the sound signals to the headset, the user can hear these sound signals through the headset.
The use of the underground pipe finder is also very simple. Simply install the audible vibrator in the pipe interface, then connect the receiving host to the sensor and plug the headphones into the receiving host. Using this method, users can quickly and accurately determine the location and direction of the pipe by listening to the sound and observing the visualization spectrum.
The multi-frequency composite modulated acoustic vibration technology of underground pipe finder has many advantages. First, it can quickly and accurately detect and locate the position and direction of pipelines. Secondly, it can be applied to various types of pipelines, such as water, natural gas and drainage pipes. Finally, due to its non-destructive detection characteristics, it will not cause any damage to the pipe itself.
To summarize, the underground pipe finder with multi-frequency composite modulated acoustic vibration technology is an efficient and accurate tool for pipeline detection. In today's increasingly complex underground pipe network, this technology undoubtedly provides great convenience for pipe detection.