Answer: Complacency is usually reduced when professionals use the Safeguard COMPASS® in the prescribed manner. Often current and voltages escape our perception. With the Safeguard COMPASS®, this is significantly reduced. The Safeguard COMPASS® was designed to be an...
Answer: If the conductor’s load holds 100 amps, and if the unit’s setting is High, then it should be able to detect the source at a minimum of 6 feet away. This will also depend on soil types, current cancellations, and the orientation of the...
Answer: Safeguard is always looking for ways to improve the functionality and performance of the Safeguard COMPASS®. Our latest software update was offered on July 28, 2019. If your Safeguard COMPASS® has a unit number over 4866 then it will have the latest version of...
Answer: Due to its design, the Safeguard COMPASS® isn’t rated to be “waterproof;” however, it is rated to be “water-resistant.” Do not fully submerge the Safeguard COMPASS® in water as it could be damaged.
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