Used MALA Professional Explorer GPR for sale, still like new, everything still in excellent perfect condition. Equipment ready to working order on the field
Like new MALA Professional Explorer GPR for sale. Used as demo unit only and everything still in excellent perfect physical condition. This equipment ready to working order on the field
MALA Professional Explorer GPR, The most versatile Ground Penetrating Radar solution on the market
Maximum gain with cutting-edge technology
The MALA ProEx Control Unit is the backbone of all MALA ProEx Systems and designed to meet the needs of the advanced professional user, using a completely new technical platform. The design and the technical features of the MALÅ ProEx Control Unit makes it the most versatile control unit in the MALA Geoscience range.
The interchangeable features of the MALA ProEx Control Unit make it available as a single or dual-channel system in the basic configuration or a true multi-channel system with the optional expansion units. The MALA ProEx Control Unit is fully compatible with all MALA GPR Antennas offering configurations between 30 MHz to 2.3 GHz, with up to 16 simultaneous recording channels. The MALA MIRA option extends, in theory, the system to an unlimited number of recording data channels without reduction in speed.
Ethernet communications between the MALA ProEx Control Unit and the MALA XV Monitor or a notebook PC ensure safe and reliable data transfer at high speed. Depending on the configuration and the antennas used, the MALA ProEx Control Unit can perform various types of measurements, including standard reflection surveys, tomography, or velocity (CMP/ WARR) measurements, for virtually any kind of application.
The anatomy of MALA ProEx
Replacing one of the market’s most respected GPR control units, the MALA RAMAC/GPR CUII, was an ambitious undertaking. After tens of thousands of development hours, the engineers at MALA created the next generation of GPR control unit that they playfully nicknamed ProEx – an abbreviation of Professional Explorer. That nickname stuck and so has the technology – five years on and the MALA ProEx still lays claim as the undisputed leading platform for GPR systems. The secret behind the MALA ProEx’s success lies in the versatility, scalability and unparalleled computing power of the platform’s architecture. Let’s take a closer look at ProEx to understand just how such bold claims can be made.
The MALA Professional Explorer (ProEx) controller is a modular, full-range Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) controller designed to meet the needs of the advanced GPR professional. With built-in multi-channel parallel processing capability and support for all MALA antennas, MALA ProEx is the most versatile GPR controller on the market. Since the MALA ProEx can handle any type of GPR investigation, including multi-channel road measurements, concrete analysis, landscape profiling or utility detection, it is an ideal solution for general geophysics contractors, consultants and multi-disciplinary research organizations – and practically any organization in between that requires a non-destructive assessment solution.
Main Applications: Whatever your application is, the MALA ProEx can assist in providing solutions to your subsurface investigation needs in areas such as:
MALA is renowned for its innovative designs and the tradition continues with this third-generation digital control unit. The new MALA ProEx boasts a list of practical features rolled into one rugged design suitable for advanced and professional users.
The MALA ProEx is a modular digital radar control unit with multi-channel functionality; the base designed for two hardware channels (4 data channels). This allows connection of two separate antennas for simultaneous data collection whilst also providing a third “virtual antenna”. By adding optional expansion units, the system can be expanded to eight hardware channels (16 data channels) to operate up to eight individual antennas. A choice of three antenna modules (optical, high frequency and coax) allows the user to connect any MALA antenna in various configurations, for single, dual or multi-antenna operation. Thus enabling a wide range of advanced measurements to be carried out