Proceq GP8000 Live Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) system for concrete testing is a handheld device. This GPR concrete scanner features ultra-wideband detection for unparalleled subsurface evaluation of concrete slab, bridges, buildings, pavements, and other concrete structures. Using Stepped Frequency Continuous Wave (SFCW) technology, GPR Live real-time concrete scanning covers multiple individual GPR antennas ranging from 0.2 to 4.0GHz.
This versatility allows fast integrity assessment, as-built verification, single-side thickness measurement, and hit prevention to accurately mark cutting and safe core drilling locations. Operation modes include a line scan and a 24x24in (60x60cm) survey area. Review modes include non-migrated scan, migrated heatmap, and time-slice/depth-slice.
CT-150 GPR Live GP8000 Basic provides data storage up to 512GB and can be used with any iPad with iOS 9.0 and higher. When connected to an iPad Pro, the GPR Live offers the highest-resolution and largest 12.9in (328mm) display in the industry. The intuitive interface provides sound feedback and object identification when performing an area scan, clearly locates rebars embedded in concrete up to a maximum reading depth of 28in (70cm)./p>
The GPR Live probe is housed in a 4-wheel scan car with 8mm of ground clearance and laser guidance for accurate GPR data acquisition. Powered by rechargeable or easily replaceable AA batteries, the unit can operate up to 3.5 hours under continuous use. The Wi-Fi module provides completely independent operation from the iPad and has a wireless range of up to 20m.
CT-153 GPR Live GP8000 Pro adds additional functionality including the Live Wire Kit, which detects any electrical lines with live current, pro-time-slice view for adjustable surface depth, and onsite-3D view and cloud connectivity for live data sharing and reporting. When using iOS 12 or later and an Augmented Reality-capable iPad, the tomographic time-slice and 3D visualization are overlaid on the real-world environment when looking through the iPad to provide real-time, in-situ imaging.
GPR Live Pro data is tracked and secured in the cloud using the Proceq Logbook. In addition, to live data sharing, this allows post-processing and data review from any iPad when signed into the connected Proceq account. All measurements, changes, and gain and filter settings are tracked and included with the scan. Geolocation, photos, audio notes, and comments can be also be added to the scan for quick reporting of details to off-site personnel.
GP8000 Pro software functionality requires a 2-year subscription. The first year of the Pro Software subscription is included with the purchase of CT-153 or CT-155 Full Package. Year 2 of the subscription and subsequent 2-year subscriptions are purchased directly from Proceq. Basic software functionality is included with all models and can be used for the life of the unit at no additional cost.
CT-155 GPR Live GP8000 Pro Full Package includes the GPR Live GP8000 Pro, Proceq account with Logbook reporting, an on-device tablet holder that allows one-handed use, and adjustable screen viewing positions, and a telescopic rod with a tablet holder that enables access to hard-to-reach areas. A carrying case, wrist loop, battery pack, chalk, and two sizes of grid paper are included with all models.
- 8mm ground clearance, 4-wheel drive
- Real-time scanning
- Covers all frequencies from 0.2 to 4.0GHz
- Reading depth up to 28in (70cm)
- Complete, 2D and 3D (Pro model) imaging of rebar layout
- GPR surveys 2D and 3D on-site augmented reality (Pro model)
- Thickness measurement from a single side
- Chargeable and replaceable AA batteries
- Laser guidance
- Intuitive app interface
- Proceq GPR Live probe
- Carrying case
- Wrist loop
- Battery pack
- Proceq grid paper 24x24in (60x60cm) with 2in (5cm) grid
- Proceq grid paper 24x24in (60x60cm) with 4in (10cm) grid
- Quick start guide and product certificates
- Grid Paper is used when performing an area grid scan with the portable GPR concrete scanner
- CTA-54 Chalk is used to apply identification marks on the concrete