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|The LeakTrac 2400 finds leaks by putting a small electrical charge into the pool water, then tracking the flow of electricity as it makes connections to the ground through conductive penetrations in the liner. This technology is effective on any water containing vessel with an electrically insulating shell (i.e. vinyl, fiberglass, etc.) Now on its 4th version, this industry staple has been innovated and improved over the past 30 years and now features a wireless connection and digital controls.|
|1. Throw the Input Float into the pool. Electricity flows from the Booster through the float into the pool.||2. Attach the Ground Cable to a grounded object outside the pool. A ladder anchor, diving board anchor,
or ground stake work well.
|3. Plug Ground Cable and Input Cable into the battery powered Booster that produces the detectable electrical current flow.|
|4. The Probe attaches to the end of a standard pool pole. It is then plugged into the back of the
Signal Processing Unit.
|5. The simple to operate SPU produces an audible clicking tone when the probe is pointed in the direction of the electrical flow.||6. As the Probe is brought closer to a leak the clicking increases in frequency allowing leaks to be pinpointed in minutes.|
|Batteries||Booster: 8 - AA, SPU: 2 - AA|
|Proper Inlation Pressure|
|Made By||Anderson MFG|
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