Magnetic locator Maggie

Magnetic locator Maggie

Overall, Maggie is a reliable and versatile tool for detecting and locating buried ferrous objects. Its sensitive detection capabilities, ergonomic design, and rugged construction make it an essential tool for professionals involved in utility management, construction, and excavation projects.



The frequency of sound increases with increasing intensity of the gradient field. Idling frequency 10 Hz

3 sound levels: muted, medium and high.


The expanding histogram indicates the polarity (positive or negative) and relative strength of the signal.

4-level LCD display – low (L), medium (M), high (H), extra high (XH)


MEMORY:By default, the gain is set to average when turned off/on.

POWER INPUT:One 9V battery

BATTERY LIFE:24 hours (occasional use)

OPERATING TEMPERATURE:-13°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)



WEIGHT:1.2 kg

MATERIAL:High-impact ABS plastic

DUST AND WATERPROOF:Protection degree IP54

Country of origin:Great Britain
Warranty:1 year


Magnetic locator Maggie in Uzbekistan, Tashkent

Maggie is a pistol grip magnetic locator that combines sensitivity and accuracy with one-handed operation and a visual display. Maggie combines the best features of two of Schonstedt’s flagship products: the sensitivity and precision of the GA-52Cx and the one-handed operation of the GA-92XT.

“Maggie” is a popular brand name used by Schonstedt Instrument Company for one of its magnetic locator models. Schonstedt is a well-known manufacturer of utility locating instruments, including magnetic locators used to find buried ferrous objects underground.

Here’s an overview of the Maggie magnetic locator:

  1. Detection Principle Magnetic locator Maggie: Maggie operates on the principle of detecting magnetic fields produced by ferrous (magnetic) objects buried underground. These objects can include pipes, valve covers, manhole covers, and other metallic utilities.
  2. High Sensitivity Magnetic locator Maggie: Maggie is highly sensitive to magnetic fields, enabling it to detect ferrous objects buried at varying depths underground. The depth of detection depends on factors such as the size, orientation, and magnetic strength of the object.
  3. Audio and Visual Indicators Magnetic locator Maggie: When Maggie detects a magnetic object, it provides both audio and visual indicators to the operator. An audible tone and a visual signal on the display alert the operator to the presence and location of the buried object.
  4. Adjustable Sensitivity: Maggie typically offers adjustable sensitivity settings, allowing the operator to customize the device’s sensitivity to suit the specific application and ground conditions. Higher sensitivity settings can detect smaller or deeper objects, while lower sensitivity settings may be used in areas with high background magnetic noise.
  5. Ergonomic Design: Maggie features an ergonomic design with a lightweight and balanced construction, making it comfortable to use for extended periods in the field. It may be equipped with a telescoping handle for easy transportation and adjustable height during operation.
  6. Battery-Powered Operation: Maggie is powered by internal batteries, typically rechargeable or replaceable alkaline batteries, providing convenient and portable operation in the field. The device typically offers long battery life to support extended use during utility locating tasks.
  7. Rugged Construction: Maggie is built to withstand rugged field conditions, with a durable housing that protects the internal components from dust, moisture, and mechanical shock. It is suitable for use in outdoor environments and challenging terrain.
  8. Versatile Applications: Maggie is suitable for a wide range of utility locating applications, including construction, excavation, infrastructure maintenance, and environmental assessment. It can be used to locate buried utilities, survey markers, property corners, and other ferrous objects buried underground.

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