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MD-6150 Professional Metal Detectors

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SKU:MD-6150

Price: 100$ - 200$  

Indication Mode: Sound Mode  LCD Mode  

Color: Yellow  

Purpose: Professional Metal Detctors  

We ship to over 220 countries worldwide See Details >>

Order Processing Time:

1-2 working days (Holidays Not Included) See Details >>

Shipping Time:

EMS: 3 - 8 Working days.
Zone Rates: 3 - 8 Working days See Details >>

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Product Description:

    This MD-6150 underground metal detector is a kind of professional detecting equipment. It is easy to carry and operate. It can scan the metal objects easily and quickly, which can help professionals a lot when they do the research. And it is won't make mistake and fake alert. The MD-6150 is designed with exclusive Graphic Target ID technology to distinct the metal objects.



Applications:

    Detecting metal objects buried underground. Widely used in security check, professional treasure hunting, material check etc..



Features:

    1. Mode—Indicates which of the three detection modes is selected by highlighting the corresponding word on the LCD screen.

    2. Target ID Legend—A printed Target ID Legend is located directly above the LCD screen and indicates commonly found targets and metals. When a target is detected, the Target ID cursor will appear below the word that most likely indicates the type of target found, based on its conductivity.

    3. Upper Scale—The Upper Scale, where the Target ID cursor is illuminated when a target is detected, consists of five (5) graphical segments.

    4. Target ID Cursor—The Target ID cursor is illuminated in the Upper Scale and indicates the probable identity of a detected target.

    5. Lower Scale—The lower horizontal scale, or Notch Discrimination Scale, indicates the discrimination pattern where the detector will or will not produce an audible signal when a target is located. This scale changes when switching between Detection Modes.

No audible signal will be produced when a target is located where a notch is absent (those Lower Scale regions where no cursors are visible).

    6. Coin Depth—The depth of a coin, or similar sized target, will be shown on the LCD screen. Depth is indicated when the LCD scale is illuminated at “2”, “4” or 6+ inches. Sweep over the target with the search coil “1” from the soil to get the most accurate reading. Note: Targets larger than a coin may display shallower than actual depth while targets smaller than a coin may display deeper than actual depth.

    7. Low Battery Indicator—When the unit’s batteries become weak, the Low Battery Indicator will remain on. For best performance, replace the old batteries with quality alkaline AA batteries. NiMH rechargeable batteries may be used, but will have   a shorter life per charge.

    8. Headphone Jack—Any “1/4” plug headphones can be inserted into the jack found on the reverse side of the Control Housing.

    9. Tone ID—The Tone ID feature produces distinct audible tones based on a target’s conductivity:

High conductivity targets (such as U.S. coins) produce a unique belltone signal.

Medium conductivity targets (such as jewelry, nickels and international coins), produce a standard-pitched audio signal.

Low conductivity targets (such as iron and nails) produce a low-pitch audio signal.