UtilityScan DF incorporates our innovative dual-frequency digital antenna (300 and 800 MHz) and an easy-to-use touchscreen interface to view shallow and deep targets simultaneously in a single scan.
7 m (21 ft)
51-66 lbs (cart dependent)
RADAN 7 for UtilityScan, RADAN 7
Sunshade for Panasonic G1, LineTrac
The UtilityScan DF is typically used for:
300/800 MHz DF antenna
Panasonic G1 Toughbook
Choice of 2-wheel or 4-wheel cart
2 m digital control cable
Lithium-ion battery (2)
Dual-bay battery charger
Dual-frequency digital GPR system
The UtilityScan DF includes advanced features, such as our dual-frequency digital antenna and patented Blend Mode technology.
The UtilityScan DF features real-time data collection. This portable GPR unit has a backup cursor and cross-hair cursor that allows the user to confidently mark targets.
UtilityScan DF has two different cart options to enhance ease of use on all job sites. The four-wheel rugged cart is built to withstand the toughest job sites, while the two-wheel cart is lightweight and easy to transport.
Enhanced Software Capabilities
There are several modes to view collected data. Our patented blend mode combines high resolution near-surface data with lower depth details into one ‘blended’ data set.
Data illustrates several metallic and non-metallic targets at various depths in blend mode. Green shaded area represents estimated signal floor. Red/blue dotted line identifies the soil velocity calculation tool.
Data illustrates three metallic targets at depths of 1, 2 and 3 feet collected at GSSI’s utility test pit using 3D mode.
Sunshade for Panasonic G1
The sunshade for the Panasonic G1 allows users to view the screen readily in high ambient light conditions. The sunshade features a special slot for finger access for the touchscreen display.
LineTrac adds the ability to detect AC power and induced RF energy present in buried utilities. This accessory is compatible with the 300/800 DF antenna and the 350 HS antenna.