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ZondCarryon 500A GPR


  • Number of channels: 2
  • Frequency: 500 MHz
  • Performance: Single-unit GPR with buil-in 500A antenna
  • The time range: user selected from 1 to 2000 ns with 1 ns step
  • Frequency of pulse repetition of transmitter: 82 KHz
  • Scan rate: 320/160/80/40 scans per second
  • Samples per scan: 128/256/512/1024 x 16 bit
  • Filters: user selected high pass filter from set: Weak, Strong, Super strong, Customized digital filter
  • Data transmission: through Wi-Fi or Ethernet to PC
  • Input power: 10.5-13 V DC 0.6 A (build-in rechargeable battery)
  • Dimension: 40x30x15.5 cm or 49x41x21 cm in protective case
  • Weight: 3 kg or 7.5 kg in protective case
  • Receiver sensitivity: 120 mcV
  • Receiver gain: 10 dB
  • Transmitter output: 150 V
  • Resolution and depth: 0.4 x 5-7 m*




ZondCarryon is a light weight single-unit GPR, specially designed for portable solutions. Device could be used as the standalone on-board equipment with the powering from external source and Ethernat cable connection or inside of the fully protective waterproof case with its own built-in Lithium-Ion battery and Wi-Fi.

The user is getting a real-time information as a radiolocation profile (sometimes also referred to as radargram). Data are recorded on a hard disc for further use (processing, printout, interpretation, etc.) at the same time. You will see examples of radiolocation profiles here...

ZondCarryon has a built-in 500A antenna for single or dual channel operation on the different time ranges.

ZondCarryon could be equipped optionally by the shockproof cart. 

All georadar parameters are computer controlled, therefore many hardware operation features are described here...

* Relationship between resolution and sounding depth is assumed that sounding is made in a soil whose relative dielectric permittivity is equal to 4 and specific attenuation is 1 to 2 dB/m. Depth of investigation is understood to be detection depth of a flat boundary with reflectance equal to 1. Note that these data are rather approximate and are strongly dependent on parameters of the environment sounded.