What is “maxV” in a Transmitter’s Menu?

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This feature built into the Radiodetection “Tx” Series transmitters (Tx-3, Tx-5, and Tx-10) is very useful when dealing with poor conductors such as broken tracer wires, cast iron pipes. high resistance cables, and also poor ground conditions. It allows the user to temporarily increase the output voltage from 30 V up to 90 V. Many times this allows more mA to be “injected” into the target line to be located. Check out our YouTube video demonstrating how to use this feature:  https://youtu.be/g0eWzKpjScY

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