The PL-2000 Low Transmitter has 3.0 watts power output in the Direct Connection Mode- this means more power, longer distances, and less trouble.
The receiver on the PL-2000 offers 4 different operating modes: “Peak”, “Null”, “Dist”, and “Sonde”, which makes for a more efficient tracking model altogether. This receiver has a powerful transmitter system, and the ability to detect poor ground conductivity at certain modes. The PL-2000 has 3 active frequencies at 512 Hz, 8.125 kHz, and 26.725kHz, all three of which the transmitter can process simultaneously; plus 2 passive frequencies at 50/60 Hz (current flowing A/C) and Radio (15 khz – 25 kHz).
The PL-2000 has several handy features, including current measurement in the depth function indicating if the measured depths are correct for congested utilities. Also included is the “Auto Off” function in both the Transmitter and Receiver, which after a set period shuts off in order to conserve power.