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|Product Name:||Underground Metal Detector||Application:||Treasure Finding|
|Sensitivity:||Max Depth＞16cm||Current:||Max: 40mA|
|Dimension:||47.2" X 9.8" X 9.5"||Power:||Two 9V Batteries Required|
|Frequency:||6.5-6.8k Hz||Detector Diameter:||9.5"|
Professtional Long Range Gold Finding Underground Metal detector For Treasure
With your metal detector, you can hunt for coins, relics, jewelry, gold, and silver just about
anywhere. The detector is versatile and easy to use.
The detector’s features include:
LCD Display---shows the probable type of metal with an arrow, the depth of the target,
DISC/NOTCH range, the level of SENS with segment, the operating mode, and low battery
Three Tone Audio Discrimination---sounds distinctive tones for different types of metal.
Notch---ignores junk metal and finds valuable items by setting the disc and notch range.
Super Slow Sweep Identification---with a very slow sweep of the search coil to discriminate
different types of metal.
Headphone Jack –--lets you connect headphones (not supplied) and operate without trouble.
Waterproof Search coil –--lets you use the detector even if you must put it under the water.
Note: Your metal detector requires two 9-volt alkaline batteries (not supplied)
IRON FOIL---indicates that the target is probably iron or foil. Some oxidized iron might register
somewhere within the SILVER range.
5￠(NICKEL)---indicates that the target is probably 5￠or a nickel.
PULL TAB---indicates that the target is probably a pull tab from an aluminum can. Some rough
gold items might register within PULL TAB category.
S-CAPS--- indicates that the target is probably a type of metal like bottle cap with whorl. Some
small gold items might register within this category.
1￠---indicates that the target might be a zinc penny or a copper coin. Some large gold items
might register within 1￠category.
1￠25￠-indicates that the target is probably 25￠ or 1￠. Some large aluminum coin might
register within 1￠25￠category.
If the detector is set to the ALL METAL target mode, it sounds a single tone when it detects
any type of metal. If you set the detector to the DISC or NORTCH modes, the built in audio
identification system sounds a unique audio tone for each of three categories of metal. This
makes it easier to identify the metal being detected.
The detector sounds a low tone when it detects small gold, nail, bottle cap or nickels.
A medium tone for aluminum pull tabs, zinc or copper items. A high tone is for brass or silver
Contact Person: Rita Zhang