KROT2 PI Metal Detector

Technical characteristics :

●  Coin with a diameter of 25mm (air) up to 30 cm
●  Helmet 0.8m
●  Maximum up to 2.0m
●  Sound indication polyphonic selectable
●  LCD 16×2 visual indication
●  IB working principle
●  Search mode selective
●  Ring sensor or DD diameter 10-30 cm
●  The range of possible operating frequencies of 6-12kHz
●  Power supply 7.0-9V
●  Current consumption not more than 90 mA   
●  The weight of constructive that in the photo on the left is 850 grams disassembled into two parts.

   Basic functionality

   * Operating modes: dynamic, static (pinpointer)
   * Selectable types of signal parameters
         display Display of the VDI numerical value and graphic indication of amplitude.
         Indication in the form of histograms – VDI and amplitude
   * Main sound indication 3-tone – color, black and overload  
   * Selectable sound indication for color
         Changing the tone of the sound signal from VDI , sound discrimination  
         Changing the volume of the sound signal, function of amplitude
         Multi- tone PWM
   * Voltage display power supply
   * Visual and audible overload indication.
   * Availability of discriminator: color -10 segmen in 10-gram increments.
Iron – 6 segments in increments of 20 grams.
   * Adjustment of sensitivity separately for “color” and “black” targets – from 0 to 9
   * The presence of manual detuning in statics and automatic (dynamic).
   * Cash backlight on
   * Availability of debug mode
          Digital frequency setting in the range of 6-12 kHz in increments of ~ 10 Hz
          Indication of X and Y values ​​and dХ dY for setting MD
          Selectable software phase shift in increments of 45 degrees. hardware – smoothly + -20 g  
   * Convenient and intuitive interface.  
   * Automatic recording of all settings in non-volatile memory
    * Easy setup for different IB sensors
    * Possibility to create a profile for a specific sensor. In total, you can create 4 profiles.

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