Product Price: Get Latest PriceKS-700 device is developed for determining localization of underground spaces. It is somewhat a “Ground Penetrating Radar” and it operates according to the principle "FMCW-Radar". Ground radar may investigate depths in the range of 0 m to 40 m on firm ground. We found tunnels from 2nd World War at 60 m depth on limestone areas; those tunnels were 5 m wide and 7 m deep. As it is stated in the page titled references in our web site, locations of small underground spaces from 18th century could be found with this device and underground creep canals towards coal pits could be detected. Those canals were 26.3 m deep from the surface and they may be easily detected with ground radar. This radar may also detect metals embedded to in ground layers; this device is more commonly used for underground researches in southern countries. The intended use commonly involve determination of spaces such as basements, bunkers, tunnels, metal etc. and localization of networks (power, water pipeline) laid under the ground and old mine pits and similar structures. This radar takes the measurement date and the data is real time demonstrated/displayed in 2-D graphic in the Tablet PC.