Second-hand HIMOD system

Second-hand HIMOD system

Technical Specifications for the second-hand HIMOD system

  • Composed by an antenna 200-600Mz (2009), an antenna 400-900Mz (2011), Radar Control Unit DAD Fastwave (2010) and a computer
  • Good shape
  • Data Logger Panasonic CF-19
  • Radar Acquisition Unit IDS DAD Fast Wave, with RIS K2 acquisition software or ONEVISION
  • Max Number of Channels Up to 8
  • Antenna Frequencies 200 and 600 MHz
  • Positioning Metric wheel and/or GPS interface
    Collection Speed (up to 8 profiles simultaneously) 4 m/sec in full configuration (8 channels)
  • Battery Life > 8 h
  • Weight 58 kg in full configuration
  • Surface Footprint 200 cm x 60 cm (full configuration)
  • Survey Path Width Up to 8 radar scans, 52 cm each
    Wireless Connection Available
  • Manufacturer: IDS GeoRadar


Second-hand HIMOD system: GPR

RIS MF Hi-Mod is a robust high performance multi-use ground penetrating radar system capable of scanning large areas in a short period of time and providing an accurate 3D view of the subsoil with a high resolution and depth of penetration. We recently decided to sell a second-hand HIMOD system to renew our park.

Working principle

RIS MF Hi-Mod provides a complete end-to-end solution from the initial data acquisition in the field to final output production in the form of CAD or GIS maps. RIS MF Hi-Mod’s software includes automated tools which reduce the time taken to produce meaningful and unambiguous results.

RIS MF Hi-Mod Features

  • Deep and shallow Two antennas with the option of choosing 200 MHz & 600MHz or 400 MHz & 900MHz, help the operator to locate pipes and cables by providing the proper frequency for a specific search parameter. It provides a real-time display of deep and shallow antennas on the same screen.
  • Modular: Antenna boxes can be quickly added in “chain connection” while in the field (no tools required) with up to 8 in operation simultaneously. As a result, the system is able to work in any available space.
  • 3D Radar tomography: Multi-frequency data fusion and a consolidated procedure to collect the data enable accurate 3D images of the subsurface to be achieved, helping the operator to distinguish individual anomalies and buried targets.
  • Professional utility mapping capability: The result can be exported in several formats including GIS and CAD (AutoCAD or MicroStation) for a professional survey.
  • Flexible: Powered by the IDS Multi-channel Control unit, the system can be used to drive every IDS antenna.
  • Advanced acquisition and navigation Software with real-time tomography and survey control with parameter editing.

RIS MF Hi-Mod Benefits

  • End to end procedure ensuring professional results in mapping underground utilities and anomalies.
  • High productivity with specific software tools for automatic target recognition and transfer to CAD/GIS maps.
  • Highest detection percentage level, combining longitudinal and transversal scans and several frequencies.
  • Modular array, easy to set up and reconfigure in the field.

Second-hand HIMOD system

We propose second-hand HIMOD system compose of an antenna 200-600Mz (2009), an antenna 400-900Mz (2011), Radar Control Unit DAD Fastwave (2010) and a computer. This equipment is in good shape. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information you may require.

Second-hand HIMOD system