A transmitter is a device for generating and emitting electromagnetic waves modulated with information. The 1-watt transmitter transmits a locating frequency to a cable or pipeline through direct connection or induction. It is ideal for tracking lines over short distances. The 5-watt and 10-watt wideband transmitters feature selectable induction and direct connection frequencies from 98Hz to 200kHz, SD (signal direction) mode, troubleshooting, and true resistance measurement up to 1Mohm. The powerful 25-watt transmitter is ideal for locating cable faults, finding insulation damage to coated pipes, deeply buried lines, and locating pipes and cables over long distances. The 150 watt transmitter is mainly used with the defect mapper receiver, but is also useful for those who need a low-frequency, powerful transmitter. For fiber optic cables, the permanently mounted 50-watt transmitter was developed. The FLS-2 transmitter system is designed to simplify and support fiber optic tracking, monitoring, and loss prevention.

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