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Zond-12e Advanced GPR


  • Number of channels: 2
  • 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: 35x50x5.5 cm
  • Weight: 3.2 kg




Zond-12e georadar is a portable digital subsurface sounding radar carried by a single operator. The unit is designed for solving a broad range of geotechnical, geological, environmental, engineering and other tasks wherever nondestructive operational environmental monitoring is needed. In the sounding process, the operator is getting real-time information as a radiolocation profile (sometimes also referred to as radargram) on a display. At the same time, data are recorded on a hard disc for further use (processing, printout, interpretation, etc.). Examples of radiolocation profiles you can see here...
Complete georadar set includes a central unit with a Notebook-type computer* mounted on a special adjustable platform, a set of antennas for various sounding frequencies, software, various accessories.
Antennas are made dust/sprayproof and may be even immersed in water for a short time. Surface antennas have vinilplastic substrates with extremely high abrasion resistance.
All georadar parameters are computer controlled, therefore many hardware operation features are described here...
Use of a specific antenna is determined by a sounding task. Higher sounding frequency means better resolution, but with more significant electromagnetic wave attenuation in the environment, resulting in lower sounding depth; and vice versa - lower frequency may lead to a larger penetration depth at the sacrifice of poorer resolution. Moreover, lower frequency produces larger initial insensitivity area ("blind" zone) of a georadar.
* As a rule, a Notebook-type computer is not included in a standard supply. Users may use their own computers for cost saving purposes.