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The DigiScan 360° is a revolutionary leak detecting instrument for roof systems. Using a multiprobe sensor plate, the direction and severity of a membrane breach is displayed on an LCD interface. Excellent for concrete waterproofing and inverted roof membrane integrity testing.


No prior knowledge of electronics or electric field theory is required to operate the DigiScan 360°. Guard circuit is easily installed and activated with a light water spray. DigiScan 360° can be used before or after permanent monitoring gird is installed. 


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DigiScan 360°

    • Digital interface shows the magnitude and direction of the leak. 

    • Transflective LCD screen allows operation in direct sunlight. Backlit version available. 

    • Multiprobe sensor plate contains 16 spring loaded probes suitable for contact on most membrane surfaces including overburden. 

    • Ergonomic, lightweight design with adjustable height facilitates single handed operation. 

    • No grounding tether required. 

    • Single button to increase/decrease unit sensitivity. 

    • DC transmitter is battery operated with digital display indicating voltage output. 

  • Specifications:

    DigiScan Battery Voltage: 4V to 6V (4 AA batteries)

    Measurement Resolution: 10uV



    Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C

    Storage Temperature: -10°C to 60°C

    Humidity: 0% to 90% RH

    Non Condensing Enclosure Rating: IP54 (dust and water spray)



    Dimensions: Different disc sizes are avaialable

    Arm: 60cm to 90cm (adjustable)

    Weight: 5 kg

    Number of Probes: 8 or 16 probes


    DigiScan Tx (Power Source):

    Power Supply: 12VDC

    Operating/Storage Temperature: -10°C to 60°C

    Enclosure Rating: IP54 (dust and water spray)


    LCD Interface:

    Magnitude Meter: Indicates proximity to breach

    Arrows: Points to direction of breach

    Voltage: Measurement of calculated vector

    Gain Setting: Max value for a single vector. Increase gain by pressing gain button.

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