Seeker and MCA III (Discontinued)

Analog Leakage Management System

Seeker with MCA III is a GPS-based leakage management and CATV leak detection system for documentation and troubleshooting.

Seeker & MCA III
This product has been discontinued.

This product has been discontinued

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February 22, 2024

Powerful, flexible, convenient and very cost-effective — the Seeker GPS with MCA III System from VIAVI sets an entirely new standard for GPS leakage management.

  • High-performance, GPS-based leakage management system; ideal for drive-outs, leak documentation and troubleshooting
  • Very cost-effective deployment throughout entire fleet
  • Maximum efficiency achievable through totally automatic operation
  • Leakage record upload via Cellular, WiFi, Ethernet, or USB
  • Seeker easily removed from mobile mount for find & fix
  • Real-time leakage detection using EDN

Seeker with MCA III leakage management system offers high-performance GPS leakage detection and documentation at a competitive price. No investment for special drive-out vehicles is required, and every truck in the operator’s fleet can identify leakage outbreaks with GPS precision.

Automatic Leak Recording
While driving to a location or to work, the technician leaves the Seeker in the mobile mount, where it’s connected to vehicle power, an antenna, and a GPS receiver. The system automatically monitors leakage outbreaks and records the data with a time/date stamp and the leak’s GPS location.

Early Detection Notifications
When a set threshold level within the Seeker has been surpassed, the Leakage Analysis Workshop™(LAW) will email an EDN (Early Detection Notification) to insure that large leaks will be identified immediately. This automatic process helps keep the technician from being distracted while driving or working.  Detecting and finding locations of EDNs is enhanced by hardware quadrangulation which is only available in the MCA III.

Convenient Uploading
Uploading data records to a server can be fully automated, occurring whenever the vehicle enters a home location or via an operator-controlled Wi-Fi hotspot.

GPS Component Options
The operator has several options for providing the GPS receiver/antenna to link with the Seeker GPS system.  If there is no existing unit, one can be obtained from VIAVI.  If the vehicle is already equipped with a fleet management system using a GPS receiver, in many cases the Seeker GPS system can make use of it.

Powerful, flexible, convenient, and very cost-effective; the Seeker GPS system from VIAVI sets an entirely new standard for GPS leakage management.

Next Generation Mobile Support
The Seeker MCA III offers high-performance GPS location recording and documentation when monitoring only the aeronautical bands with existing Seeker leakage detectors or monitoring both the aeronautical and LTE bands with the new Seeker D leakage detector. This device also allows you to daisy chain the mobile mounts of the Seeker and Seeker D units together in order to log data from multiple units mounted in the same vehicle.

While driving to a location or to work, the technician leaves the Seeker in the mobile mount, where it’s connected to vehicle power, an antenna, and a GPS receiver.  The Seeker MCA III automatically monitors leakage outbreaks and records the data with a time/date stamp and the leak’s GPS location.

The operator has several options for providing the GPS receiver/antenna to link with the Seeker GPS system.  If there is no existing unit, one can be obtained from VIAVI.  If the vehicle is already equipped with a fleet management system using a GPS receiver, in many cases the Seeker GPS system can make use of it.

Uploading data records to a server can be fully automated, occurring whenever the vehicle enters a base location, via an operator-controlled Wi-Fi hotspot.

 

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