DMS Elektronic Resistivity Area Scan Underground Channel Pipe Water Imaging Device

  • 24 Piled
  • Auto scan mode
  • Sclumberger
  • Works with the Wenner method
  • Dipole dipole
  • Pol dipole
  • It can shoot automatically in the desired method.
  • Can shoot manually
  • Automatic voltage adjustment
  • Short circuit current protection
  • Can work with external power supply

DMS Resistivity Underground Channel Pipe Water Imaging Device Features

1) 24 Pile Resistance Device

DMS Resistivity Device is a geophysical device used by geophysical engineers and archaeologists. Made for professional treasure hunters. With the adrenaline analog resistivity device, the 15 m measuring cable delivered in the standard package can scan a 500 m2 area up to 15 m depth.

DMS resistivity device detection depth and scanning area can be increased by lengthening the measurement cable. With a 30 meter resistivity measurement cable, large targets can be scanned up to a depth of 1000 m2 and 30 meters.

2) With auto scan mode

3D ground scanning allows you to create 3D graphics based on scanning a specific area. There are two search options, Automatic and Manual, in the Ground Scan function. You do not need to press any button in automatic scanning for each entered signal pulse number, and in manual scanning, you have to press the start button for each signal.

It can work with 3 different methods.

3) Sclumberger Method

 One of the advantages of measuring soil resistivity is that it provides the opportunity to make cost analysis of the grounding system to be used in the building or facility to be installed. In addition, by measuring specific resistance, ground electrode and soil system technical properties can be written. Within the scope of all these reasons, the soil resistance measurement to be made provides the opportunity to have important information about the choice of grounding electrodes in large-scale construction sites or structures such as factory facilities. Although there are many different methods that allow these measurements to be made, the most commonly used methods are Wenner and Schlumberger methods. Soil resistivity measurement  Among the methods made, Wenner and Schlumberger methods, which can be made with 4 electrons, are used more. The Wenner method is preferred because it can be applied at constant depths and the schlumberger method at different depths.

4) Works with the Wenner Method

It is a measurement of resistivity (specific resistance) with the Wenner method . In this method, four electrodes are immersed in the soil at equal intervals (L cm) and in the same direction. Current is applied from the outermost electrodes (C1 and C2), the voltage is measured from the inner electrodes (P1 and P2). Earth resistance is
read directly from the meter by applying Ohm’s law (R = V / I).

Dipole dipole : Dipole-dipole interactions are electrostatic interactions between permanent dipoles in molecules. These interactions tend to line up molecules to increase attraction (potential energy decreases). An example of a dipole-dipole interaction can be seen in the hydrogen chloride (HCl) molecule: the positive end of a polar molecule will attract the negative end of the other molecule and affect its position. There is a clear attraction between polar molecules. Examples of polar molecules are hydrogen chloride (HCl) and chloroform (CHCl3). It is the only device adapted to today’s technology that detects these interactions.

Pol dipole :
Can make apparent resistivity modeling of some three dimensional shallow underground structures according to four different electrode arrays .

  • It can shoot automatically in the desired method.
  • It can shoot manually.
  • Automatic voltage adjustment
  • Short circuit current protection
  • Ability to work with external power supply
  • Realtime transfer to instant PC via Bluetooth
  • The data recorded on the memory card can be viewed later.