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Armada Technologies launches new irrigation wire and valve tracker

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The tracker comes with major feature improvements for landscape and golf contractors.

| March 14, 2011

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Armada Technologies announced the introduction of the new Pro-800 Hi-Power Irrigation Wire and Valve Locator.  The Pro800 drastically improves on existing industry offerings to provide the latest technology available in irrigation wire and valve locating and troubleshooting. Among these improvements, the Pro800 features a rechargeable 12v transmitter battery, 20 percent more powerful transmitter, triple AC buzz and hum filter and a new wireless connection/broadcast mode.

With 20 percent more transmitting power, the distance one can track cable increases. AC filters are tripled on the Pro800 from previous models, creating a clear and clean signal.  Finally, wireless coupling to cables through the broadcast mode means you don't have to connect to the wires to get a tracking signal.

The contractor price of the model Pro800 is US $749.00.  The Pro800 will be available in April from authorized distributors found at www.armadatech.com.

 

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