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High Sensitivity Hand Held Metal Detector GC-1001

 
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  • Specifications:

    • Easy, convenient to operate
    • Anti-skid handle
    • This High Sensitivity Metal Detector has the highest sensitivity among the handheld metal detectors and is special used to meet the high demand of metal detecting
    • LED indicators on both front and back faces which are optional; audio alert
    • Low Battery Indication by continuous alarming
    • The Hand Held Metal Detector is turning heads and sending the competition back to the drawing board
    • Low Battery Indication: no currency at waiting state, 5cm (for a US quarter)
    • Power Supply: One 9V Alkaline battery
    • Current Drain: 10mA (not detecting)
    • Operating Frequency: 50kHz±10%
    • Size: 430 x 95 x 40mm / 16.6 x 3.74 x 1.57in(L x W x H)

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    Harxsh High Sensitivity Hand Held Metal Detector GC-1001

    • This Hand Held Metal Detector has the highest sensitivity among the handheld metal detectors and is special used to meet the high demand of metal detecting

    Hand Held Metal Detector

    • Anti-skid handle
    • Simple, convenient to use, easy to adjust 
    • LED indicators on both front and back faces which are optional; audio alert
    • The Hand Held Metal Detector is turning heads and sending the competition back to the drawing board

    Size in Detail:

    High Sensitivity Metal Detector

    How Do Metal Detectors Work?

    VLF Metal Detectors

    • VLF, or Very Low Frequency, metal detectors are also known as induction balance detectors. They function by means of the disc-like plate which makes up the bottom of the device. The disc or "Broom" is actually made up of two separate sets of wire coil. The outer coil is called the transmitter coil, while the coil near the center of the broom is called the receiver coil. The transmitter coil projects an electromagnetic field down through the bottom of the broom, which passes down through anything the broom is swung over. If this field should contact anything conductive, namely metal, the metal will emit an electromagnetic field of its own that is opposite the transmitter coil's field. As the transmitter coil's field is aimed down, the metal's field comes back up to the broom. This is where the receiver coil comes into action. The receiver coil is shielded against the field the transmitter coil projects, but not the field the conductive material projects. It registers this field, sending a small electrical current through the coil. This current is registered by the control box of the metal detector and interpreted on the device's readout

    PI Metal Detectors

    • The Pulse Induction metal detector appears identical to the VLF detector, though it operates on different principles. Instead of the broom being made up of two separate coils, it possesses only one coil, which acts as both transmitter and receiver. Instead of transmitting a steady electromagnetic field, it sends one out in bursts or pulses. Each pulse takes a fraction of a second to complete; when the electromagnetic field collapses it generates a sharp electrical spike on the receiver, which takes a very specific time to die away before the next pulse can be sent. If the pulse should pass through a conductive material, it generates a sympathetic electromagnetic field for a very short time. This field is slightly out of phase with the one produced by the broom. This means that when the broom's field collapses, the collapsing of the field created by the conductive material will act like an echo, meaning that the generated electrical spike will take an abnormally long period to die down. The metal detector registers this time lag by means of an electronic sampling circuit, which reports its findings to the display on the device

    BFO Metal Detectors

    • The Beat Frequency Oscillator metal detector is the simplest and least effective of the three metal detection devices. One large coil is in the broom, and a smaller coil is inside the control box near the handle. Each coil is connected to an oscillator that generates many thousands of pulses of electrical current per second. The frequency of these pulses is slightly different or offset between the two coils. This pulsing creates radio waves that pass through the broom. A receiver in the control box registers the radio waves and sends them to a headset in the form of tones or beats. The more beats that are heard, the greater the difference between the radio waves generated by each coil. The only way that the coils would generate significantly different radio waves would be if the broom passed over a conductive material. This would generate a weak magnetic field that would interfere with the radio waves generated by the broo

    Selecting a Metal Detector for Surveying

    The wrong metal detector can make a surveyor's job frustrating because it could misidentify the polarity of ferrous (iron-bearing) metal and make it difficult to detect metal in things like gas or electric lines. Other types of metal objects might include metal ore deposits. A high-quality metal detector, however, assists you in detecting the right metals at the specified distance. Learn to select a high-quality metal detector, and make your surveying job easier.

    • Match your detector's target selectivity to the terrain type you want to survey by selecting one capable of discriminating between different types of ore like iron or copper. Look for a detector with a sensor that can detect discrete polarity changes between metal types and even between different shapes of the same metal or ore.
    • Compare the shaft and the view panel, and look for a shaft that keeps the search coil (search head) parallel to the ground and the view panel at an easy-to-view angle. If the detector plate hovers at an angle, you do not get the optimum detection capability, and view panels that tilt at odd angles make reading the display difficult and puts strain on your neck and back.
    • Compare audio signals, and look for a metal detector that offers different tones when detecting different metals or depths. Once you attune yourself to different tones, you can quickly ignore metals or ores in which you have no interest.
    • Compare features like stabilizers and comfort grips that help make your surveying more comfortable. Stabilizers consist of a cushioned guard that rests against your hip while you sway the search coil left and right, and it helps keep a parallel detection angle. Comfort grips help you grip the handles and maintain a parallel detection angle.
    • Compare prices. Surveying metal detectors cost $600 to $2,000. Because the cost varies so much, try not to sacrifice target selectivity or features to save a few bucks.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Hand Held Metal Detector

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Nhan Tran

Bought this item on

05-23-2011

 
Very simple to use
00:00:00 05-23-2011
I got this for my dad. He uses old wood to make a lot of stuffs. There were cases when the nail inside the wood broke the knifes he uses to carve. I just thought this metal detector might help. It is so cheap compared with other brand. My dad told me this one worked great for him.
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armando conforti

Bought this item on

05-20-2011

 
a must have tool for carpenter
00:00:00 05-20-2011
This is a must have tool for carpenter. It is priced in lower end but performs in higher end.
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Donna Schemm

Bought this item on

05-17-2011

 
great value
00:00:00 05-17-2011
I bought this when we were remodelling our kitchen. A by product we found was a gold ring hidden in the middle of the wood. Not sure how it got in there. What a surprise.
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Jimmy Boucher

Bought this item on

05-12-2011

 
I bought this one together with the basic model
00:00:00 05-12-2011
Both detectors helped me during installation or removal of carpet. I could probably do the job without them, but those small nails could easily hurt my hand. I definately recommend these two models as a good tool for home improvement.
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Ian Fearon

Bought this item on

05-04-2011

 
Love it!
00:00:00 05-04-2011
This detector works very well. (It even picks up tooth fillings and knee replacements!) It's easy to use and well worth the money.
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Christopher Westerkamp

Bought this item on

04-25-2011

 
Works fine at a good price
00:00:00 04-25-2011
This little metal detector works fine at a quite reasonable price. I use it to find stray metal in salvaged boards and to assist me when I'm out metal detecting with my son.
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Sleeta Morris

Bought this item on

04-22-2011

 
pinpoint accuracy for the price
00:00:00 04-22-2011
works well with various kinds of material, used mainly for finding nails and screws in old lumber. works better than the paddle and more accurate on small nails/metal.
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Frank Moore

Bought this item on

04-12-2011

 
Great rebar finder
00:00:00 04-12-2011
After trying many other products that claimed they could find reinforcing steel in concrete (they couldn't), I gave this a try. It works great! No more drilling into steel to set anchor bolts.
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