The SeCorr® 300 is Sewerin’s new fully digital water leak correlator offering unprecedented performance in finding water leaks even on plastic pipes and trunk mains.
The fully digital signal processing combined with the advanced microphones largely eliminate the limitations experienced with conventional analogue correlators.
Notebooks, Toughbooks and desktop PCs can be used to analyse the measurements.
The SeCorr® 300 correlator offers you the best chance of finding those hard to locate water leaks, even under the most difficult of conditions where conventional correlators have reached the end of their detection limits.
SeCorr 300 Features:
The Digital radio transmitter unit
The radio transmitter RT 300 is mounted on a tripod during correlation providing optimum radio performance.
If the radio transmitter is out of transmission range of the base station the water leak noise is stored in the transmitter’s memory and transmitted to the receiver as soon as the digital radio connection is re-established.
The user can listen to the water leak noise “live” through headphones, allowing them to assess the volume of the noise; frequency filters can be set directly at source to render the sound clearest for your ears and the particular leak. Using the filters it is possible to listen only to the frequencies where the water leak noise is clearest for you.
The Radio Receiver
The RX 300 receiver receives signals from the transmitter and relays them to the PC via a USB cable. The cable can be connected to any computer with a USB port.
The receiver is attached to a mounting clip on the notebook’s carrying strap for mobile use.
The RX 300 has a magnet on the base allowing it to be attached to a vehicle’s roof – no need for the installation of a roof antenna.
An LED indicates the status of the RX 300.
- Database software, no cumbersome searching through folders for file names, test can be seen at a glance
- Can be run on 64-bit operating systems thanks to .net 2.0, future-proof
- Mode of curve of correlatable, synchronous data on a time axis with user selection of pipe section; loud areas and areas with interference can be quickly identified and hidden (e.g. times with noises of consumption)
- Original noises can be recorded; there is the option of creating a noise archive for comparison purposes or to allow other users work with the stored leak noises post correlation
- Filter settings can be stored so the results of different filter settings can be compared to find the best
- Input up to 5 different pipe sections and up to 3 freely definable extra materials; optimal flexibility (as opposed to fixed
- Easy drawing of pipe and leak position to supplement measurement reports; optimal documentation for service companies
PC System requirements
- Pentium 4 processor with 1.2 GHz minimum (1.8 GHz recommended)
- Minimum 512 MB DDR (recommended 1024 MB)
- Windows 2000 SP4, XP32/64 SP2, Vista 32/64
- Sound card
- Graphics card
- Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768 pixels