Quantro Sensing Discovery Land Tone Magnetometer 1A Reviews, Price and Specifications

Land Tone Magnetometer

Retail Price: $2195.00 (£ 1360.00, € 1550.00)

Number of Reviews: 1

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Specifications:

• High speed Dual microprocessor
• Faster & seamless audio detection response
• Audio alarm on/off feature
• Built-in 10 position Mag tuning switch - used for setting the Gamma value
• Power on/off switch with alarm enabled position.
• Audio target detection alarm can be set for 3, 6, and 9 Gamma
• Large LED Gamma readout meter with battery condition indicator
• Access plug for the gamma turning switches and recharge port
• Discovery is a proton type absolute magnetic field readout magnetometer
• Built-in closed ear audio headphones
• Proton sensor is Omni-directional
• Shipping weight approx. 32 lbs.
• Weight of unit: 17lbs. (7.7 kg) including batteries
• Made in two parts for easy portage
• Excellent noise canceling abilities
• High output with a very high gradient tolerance on the order of a 500 gamma’s per meter
• Super Fast retune Speed
• 3 built-in sealed rechargeable batteries that will operate the mag. For 9 hours
• Battery charging indicator
• Battery condition indicator
• AC Wall charger included
• Fast Sample rate setting of 1.5, 3 and 6 seconds cycle times
• Wide adjustable carry strap
• Carry case standard
• RS 232 output standard
• Includes RS-232 cable
• 2 year warranty
• The Discovery Tone Magnetometer series locate iron relics, beach wreck sites, strong boxes, projectiles, meteorites, iron pipes of all sizes, abandoned wells, old trash dumps, search archeological sites and more. With a detection radius of up to 75 feet you could easily walk along any creek, river or canal and still detect a target without even getting wet.

Batteries

Daniel Montes in US - best
The 1a Fast Mag has two AGM batteries. Also, the pin switch is in reverse compared to the setting instructions. You must be metal free before using.

May 16, 2013
9 people found Daniel Montes's review helpful.

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