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hello , anyone give me pinout of garret bloudhound depth multiplier "cause a guy bring me one damaged for repare , please and thank you
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« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2018, 11:17:10 am »
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  The Coil Pin outs should follow the same as the Standard Coil.  There nothing more then a Reconfigured Geometry of the standard coil.

Just determine what leads are what coil and match them up.

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hello , thank you homefire , still a nice man
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« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2018, 12:45:09 am »
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hello , still with garret depth multiplier bloudhound , look with me please it is twow coils the first with a long wire going to the second coil , when i cheked it with multimeter , it gave me 14 ohms between pin 1 and 4 .
the second coil with a short wire going directely to the central unit of the master hunter CX II+ from garrett , i can read nothing , no ohm , i think this coil is out of order , what do you think ?

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« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2018, 10:01:01 am »
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   Garrett like Whites like using Capacitors in the coil.  Use a AC Signal to test the coil.  

Here is one of Garrett's typical coil set ups.  The imaging coils (Not Yours) are really strange.


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hello ! i put a 9 volts AC transfo in serie with my voltmeter , all the pins give me 9 volts , i don't understand anything , what's wrong ? thank you
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« Reply #7 on: August 08, 2018, 09:51:01 pm »
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LOL,

The AC signal is being Inducted into the other coil. Think transformer !   If your seeing what is put on the Rx coil in the Tx coil it tell me the Rx coil your injecting it in (AC Signal) is passing signal good, eaa?

The Shield Wire is common to both Tx and Rx coils I think. 



 



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hello , good morning , the first coil i've cheked is good , the one with long wire wich go to the second coil , it gave me 14 ohms between pin 1 and 4
the second coil with short wire go directely to the central unit , it seems damaged because when i cheked it with ac current , i read 9 volts every way i test it , i must have pinout shematic or i gonna open it , thanks

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The Coil Pin out would be the same as the Standard Coil.

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