Pulse Induction Metal Detectors

Pirate PI Pulse metal detector

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Pirat – stands for:  PI – means a pulse metal detector, and RAT – author’s site: “radioscot” . This metal detector has won the glory of a simple and inexpensive instrument, a small number of accessible, not scarce parts, with proper assembly and serviceable parts, the instrument works immediately, with almost no settings. If we compare with the simple scheme …

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Pulse metal detector “Pirate”

Pulse metal detector "Pirate"

    Pulse metal detector “Pirate” Recently, such an activity as the search for various old coins, household items, and just metal trinkets in the ground with the help of a metal detector is gaining great popularity. In fact, what could be better than walking in the morning across the field, breathing in the scents of nature, enjoying the views. And if …

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Generalities about DIY metal detector

DIY metal detector A metal detector or metal locator is a device that locates metal containing objects in a dielectric or low conductive array. The device helps to detect various metal bodies in the ground, an array of building envelopes and structures, and in the depths of the ground at the bottom of reservoirs. A branded device is quite expensive. …

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Pulse PI-AR metal detector based on STM32f1

Pulse PI-AR metal detector based on stm32f103c8t6 microcontroller. The name is taken from the words PI – pulse principle of operation, AR – abbreviated from ARM microcontroller. The software is developed in the Arduino environment. Metal detector parameters, coin detection by air, 25 mm to 25 cm, large objects up to 200 cm. The schematic diagram is shown in Fig. The principle of operation is the same as …

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PI polonese AFRICA V4

In this post, we will discuss the famous Metal detector PI Polonese (PI polonese AFRICA V4). The original device has been modified so that some parts have been removed and others have been merged. The important changes are: 1- Remove LF357 and uA741 and are replaced by TL074. 2- The mosfet BF254 is replaced by Transistor BC337 3- The coil …

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SIGNAL LEVEL INDICATOR LED FOR METAL DETECTOR

Here you find how to make a classic LED bar (strip) voltmeter without using any microcircuits and MK. It turned out to be quite successful. The circuit consists of several electronic elements, which everyone has in the bins. Further, the electrical circuit of the simplest voltage indicator in the form of a LED bar. Schematic diagram of LED-V-meter If you …

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Smart Hunter Metal Detector on a Smartphone

Smart Hunter Metal Detector on a Smartphone”Smart Hunter Metal Detector on a Smartphone” is a project that will help you assemble a simple and powerful metal detector on a smartphone. This metal detector is based on an Arduino micro-controller and a smartphone (Android). Here you will find all the video instructions for assembling this metal detector. Follow the step-by-step instructions. …

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Spirit PI wireless metal detector based Arduino

Spirit metal detector Arduino

Spirit pi wireless metal detector based Arduino is an impulse metal detector. This metal detector is based on an Arduino or esp32 micro-controller and a smartphone. this metal detector is easier to assemble although it contains more parts than vlf detectors  like “smart hunter” because we don’t need to adjust the coils and adjust the balance of the coils. In this metal detector …

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Turn your iPhone into a metal detector

The used app is designed to connect simple metal detector circuits to the iPhone via the headphone jack. This homemade metal detector circuits are very simple and can be made by anyone who has never held a soldering iron in their hands. Metal detectors can detect and discriminate between ferrous and non-ferrous (particularly gold and silver) metals ( discriminating against metals ). Positive number …

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Pulse Metal Detector on Arduino

Pulse Metal Detector on Arduino

A redesigned version of the well-known impulse metal detector – “Pirate”, but on Arduino. Has good sensitivity even for small coins. Stable regardless of temperature and battery charge. The scheme of  Pulse Metal Detector based  Arduino is simplified as much as possible. Among the shortcomings, one can note the lack of the ability to determine the type of metal. The type can only be …

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