Metal detectors come having a control box that contains the circuitry, controls, speaker, batteries along with the microprocessor; a shaft that connects the control box and also the coil; a search coil that actually senses the metal; in addition to a stabilizer that keeps the unit steady as it's moved. The performances of the detectors are based on the characteristics of those parts.
Tesoro Metal Detectors
At less than two?pounds, the Tesoro Golden Max lets you control what you want to find. It can be the lightest detector in the market with full size depth, sensitivity, four tone audio ID in addition to a user adjustable Notch Filter Discriminate. The Tesoro DeLeon can be a Target Identification Detector (TID), named after the famous explorer Ponce de Leon, who searched Florida looking for treasure and the Fountain of Youth. The DeLeon is created as an effortless to use, turn-on-and-go detector.
Whites Metal Detectors
The Whites E-series metal detectors include the following models. DFX?brings together the ultimate combination of sophisticated microprocessor technologies, and turn-on-and-go simplicity. It has an operational frequency of three kHz and 15 kHz. The XLT?Metal Detector is high-performance simplicity and versatility at its best. It has 5 programs to choose from along with ten Basic Adjustments, and 29 Pro Options. The MXT has three completely separate operating modes - gold prospecting, coin/jewelry, or relic.