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who can help me in to know this device and its schematic project,

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« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2010, 04:31:54 pm »
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Hi,
Well, the centre pic is an lcd module thats about all I can tell.
Why are all the batteries covered with glue???
This looks awfully like it might be one of those "LRL" scam jobs.......


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the batteries covered  for  protection contact  then for balance.
thanks for your fast response.
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« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2010, 05:22:02 pm »
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According to the web site its a LRL


ModelLong Distance Directional Substances Detector.Detection SystemIonic Directional Classifier. Ionic/electrostatic fields.Detection DistanceFrom a few inchs to 10.900yd / 10km or more, depending on the model.DepthFrom surface to 656ft / 200m or more.Power Source12 batteries 1.5V AA - Alkaline. 01 batteries 9V - Alkaline. - IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIESSizeLength 7in/19cm - Width 9in/23cm - Height 12in/31cm.Weight3.31lb / 1.5kgMetalsNatural gold or treasures with continued beeps.
Also detects small objects with alternated beeps.
Eventually silver and copper or alloys.

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« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2010, 05:52:55 pm »
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What a Hoot!

From What, I can see that thing seems to be a podge of None Related Circuits wired to perform a pseudo response to pseudo phenomenon.

This circuit has been discussed many time on the Geotech forum.

If I only knew what a Negative Atom was!!!!!!  Ion???


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Introduction




Congratulations! The instrument you have just bought, is the result of many years of research in our lab and test field. Before starting any prospecting or field trips which incur expense we recommend you read this Instruction Manual Carefully, and the recoded data on the DVD which we furnish with our detectors.


It is important to fully understand that all elements, metals or other substances buried under the ground for many years, generate phenomena which interact with the electrostatic field of the Earth.


A good understanding of the instrument, its behavior, the way to make a diagnosis and interpret the instrument readings is important for the researches before starting to prospect. Learn how to replace batteries and bring a replacement set with you just in case.


Choose carefully the stories, legends, and places that you will follow-up, or where you suppose there is gold or treasure hidden or buried.


Remember, the substance detector will only signal if there really is something in the area where you are working.


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Long Distance Detection with electronic circuitry is a brand new technology.
It is an invention brought to the world public by mineoro? Indústria Eletr?nica Ltda.


In Brazil. Contacts and information about Directional Detectors could be seen on this site, through the email mineoro@mineoro.com (mineoro@mineoro.com) or telephones: 55 48 9982 5945 / 55 48 3254 3978 or requested via fax 55 48 3254 8810.


Detection by Ions and Electrostatic Electricity.


Ions are modified atoms, when an atom gains one electron it is called a NEGATIVE ION, and when an electron is removed from an atom it becomes a POSITIVE ION.


Static electricity was defined by a german scientist. It is a process that separates the negative electric charges from the positive electric charges by means of a mechanical action. We have all seen and listened to stories about people who felt a strong shock when touching car doors or other metallic objects. This is an electric shock originated in electrostatic electricity. This electricity is always deposited in materials called Insulating Materials.


Capacitors used in electronic equipments as televisions, radios, computers and in all the universe of electric and electronic circuitry, are devices which store electrostatic charges. Electrostatic electricity is produced also by contact, impact, rupture, separation or friction, in all the states of matter: solid, gaseous, liquid and plasmatic.


In long range directional detectors the ionic fields are detected through electrostatic fields generated by the Earth rotation. Ionic fields use electrostatic fields as paths - an invisible wire - to move through space, in all cardinal points.


The propagation is not linear in amplitude, changing from North, South, East and West. The loss of atomis weight liberates atoms of the matter in infinitesimal value. This phenomenom is not measurable.


These atoms, in our particular case, NEGATIVE ATOMS, are detectable in the IONIC CHAMBER of the detector. For substance classification to occur, a polarized field of the same substance is generated inside the IONIC CHAMBER.


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- Before switching on the detector turn the knob ? 2 Sensitivity ? to the left up to position -0-.


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Press the - Battery Test Display - button.
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- Turn the knob ? 2 Sensitivity - to the right until you hear the beep, return a grade or more until the beep stops.

Obs: To check if the detector is really working, place it near the electric net. At that moment the detector will emit many beeps.


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- If when switching on the detector, it does not stop beeping, is because it can be near or under high tension wires or electric nets or because there are very intense atmospheric discharge.

In this case, diminish the sensitivity slowly returning knob ? 2 Sensitivity till the beep stops.

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g - Move the detector from right to left and vice-versa according to the drawing. Walk at normal pace and always in NORTH/SOUTH direction. If you hear a beep sound it means something has been detected. The detector does not emit false readings.


h - Why is it necessary to research or prospect in the NORTH/SOUTH? Look at the drawing below. The projection area of irradiated lines has an elliptical shape like an egg.


Observe the greatest distance of irradiated lines is in the North direction. The shortest distance is in the South direction. The East-West lines are a bit bigger than those of the South.

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j - With the detector in the horizontal.


Use the detector with the antenna turned down.
Draw a cross, to identify the exact point.


When the ionic field is weak, determine the center approximating the detector to the ground.

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- Diminish the sensitivitiy turning knob ? 2 Sensitivity ? to the left while you walk in the direction of the place where the detector indicates there is a buried object.


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- If when getting nearer you lose the beeps, turn the knob ? 2 Sensitivity ? to the right until you hear the beep again.

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m - Mount the detector in the support to determine the depth.
Place the detector well over the marked center, placing it in the North/South position.


The extension of the support must point to the center.

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n - The searcher must walk away from the detector slowly in the north direction, moving the support until hearing the beep from the detector.


Use a measuring tape to measure the distance between the center and the marked point from the extension of the support as show in fig.


The distance between the two points is the same as the depth.


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- Mount the detector in the support to determine the defth.
The researcher must place the detector approximately 15.75in/40cm to 19.69in/50cm of the center determined.

The antenna must remain pointing towards the marking.

p - With the Center & Deep?, begin the procedure of measuring the depth starting from the marked center.

q - The searcher must walk away slowly in the north direction, moving the center & deep in the longitudinal (in the same line) of the ionic chamber and the marked center until hearing a beep in the detector.
In this place confirm the exact point moving in x.

The distance between the two points is the same as the depth.


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determining the center and the depth of the object, start the procedure to recover the object.

You must have special care when digging, to avoid damaging or even losing the object, specially if it is too small.

r - Start digging carefully, placing the earth in a clean area.

s - Use a measuring tape to measure the hole, taking extra care not to surpass the determined depth.


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t - When arriving 1.96in/5cm or 3.93in/10cm before the determined depth, place the last spadeful in a clean separated area.



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- With a handheld detector or with your own hands, look for the object.

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- When the voltage gets to 12 Volts it is necessary to replace all the batteries.

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- When the voltage gets to 12 Volts it is necessary to replace all the batteries.

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? 02 6- batteries-pack of 1,5V AA each.
? 01 9V alcaline battery.



For better prospecting replace all the batteries when flat.
Verify the polarities (+) and (-) are in the proper position. They could leak acid if misplaced.


Always use alcaline batteries. They last longer and do not leak so easily.


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ModelLong Distance Directional Substances Detector.Detection SystemIonic Directional Classifier. Ionic/electrostatic fields.Detection DistanceFrom a few inchs to 10.900yd / 10km or more, depending on the model.DepthFrom surface to 656ft / 200m or more.Power Source12 batteries 1.5V AA - Alkaline. 01 batteries 9V - Alkaline. - IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIESSizeLength 7in/19cm - Width 9in/23cm - Height 12in/31cm.Weight3.31lb / 1.5kgMetalsNatural gold or treasures with continued beeps.
Also detects small objects with alternated beeps.
Eventually silver and copper or alloys.

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The performance of this model is proportional to the percentage of relative air humidity. The lowest the humidity the better the detection.

ItemPercentage %ClassificationInformations110% to 30%OPTIMALIt detects farther. Very good for small objects and nuggets.231% to 55%GOODIt detects from far, though the distance diminished a little.356% to 65%MEDIUMIt detects at less distance.466% to 83%HIGHThe distance diminishes almost 50% or more proportional to the percentage of increase of relative humidity of the air

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I would rather deal with the simplicity of the WishStick 2000!!!!

around 3 grand Huh?Huh?Huh?

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« Reply #6 on: May 23, 2010, 06:10:06 pm »
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Oh Well!    Some folks have money to chuck!

I need to Perfect My Atomic Magnetic Marble that spins when within 10 ft of Gold Nuggets!

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« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2010, 02:23:05 am »
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Hmmmm .... that's the trouble, Most don't have  "the money to chuck"
These kind of things, it would seem, are increasingly being touted toward the "desperate" with their wild tales of finding easy riches.
You wouldn't stand a chance of advertising an "Lrl" here in the U.K. let alone selling one.
Our "Advertising Standards" ensure that whatever a product claims, it must be provable.


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so in other words..... it's all a buch of hooey..... Shocked

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Hi,
In a word...... Yes!

Have a look here a a little experiment I did....

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