Underground Cable and Fault Location
Armada locators are simple to use, built to be reliable, and very budget friendly. Armada Technologies’ cable/fault locators, multimeters and other testing tools offer a complete package for the underground cable users (like cable TV, invisible fencing, or telephone) to get the problem found and fixed.
When it comes to locating underground cables and faults, practice makes perfect, and Armada makes even better.
Why Rely on Armada Cable and Fault Locators?
Robust functionality. Enjoy industry-leading technology such as the Pro871C’s non-metallic inductive transmitter connections (clamp or built-in antenna) or choice of three tracking options (Low, High, or Passive), which simplifies cable maintenance jobs. Simplicity of use that is backed by a library of training videos, apps, and training papers. Not only do we make our locators and test tools easy to use, we’ve also developed training videos for each one of our products and made them available under training on our home page. A step-by-step walkthrough of each product is only a click away.
Armada customer support is like the old days. We answer our phones personally, and you can count on someone actually helping you, not putting you in voice mail. If you are unsure if you’re using your locator properly, we can help. Having a hard time understanding the controls? We’re here to help that too. Browse our catalog of training videos; if you still have questions or problems, call us. Whether you’re a distributor or an end user, we value your business, feedback and satisfaction.
Pro871C Underground Cable Locator – New Features
Priced for affordable ownership, the Pro871C Underground Cable Locator offers many features that have not been previously available in locators at a budget-conscious price point. A few of these features include both high and low frequency capabilities; null or peak tracking mode; inductive, non-metallic clamp; light (3lb) receiver wand, and audible or visual reception method.
Take a look at the Pro871C, or browse other cable or telephone testing tools.
Have questions? Let us know.