The CableSniffer2 was originally introduced at the 18th International Conference on Electricity Distribution in 2005 hosted by CIRED. CIRED are the leading forum where the Electricity Distribution Community meets.
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More recently, the CableSniffer2 was awarded the 2014 IET Innovation Award held in London on Wednesday 19th November.
Back in 2004, Colin said “it typically costs £600 to £1000 ($1088-$1813) to dig each hole, so a CableSniffer2 unit can easily pay for itself in a single day. Operators who currently have to dig many holes each year to locate underground faults can make significant cost savings. CableSniffer2 has proved so sensitive that we can virtually guarantee ‘no reading, no fault’ on fresh faults, with a very good chance of locating older faults.”
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