The DCT419 Hand Held Wall Scanner can help detect five classes of embedded materials behind a wall surface: Wood (wood stud, wood bracing etc.) Ferrous metal (steel stud, cast iron pipe, nail plate screws, nails etc.) Non-ferrous metal (copper, aluminum, de-energized electric etc.), Plastic (plastic electrical box, PVC, low voltage wire etc.), Unshielded live electric wires Note: The image shown on the display is a graphical representation of the embedded material type. ?Ferrous Metal? could be a steel stud, black pipe or nail plate etc. ?Plastic? could be any plastic item such as an electrical box, PVC pipe or low voltage wire. For best results, it is recommended to scan the wall section at several different heights as well as scan both horizontally and vertically. This will help map out the embedded materials and their locations behind the wall surface. Once the embedded materials are identified, this information can be used to deduce the actual object type.
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