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« Reply #20 on: September 24, 2017, 01:50:23 pm »
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    5" would make a fine Sniper, eaa?  Trying to find a Elliptical housing I have some place it may fit in. 

Do you have any Dead Coils laying about ?  The housing can be reused if they come apart without too much grief. 

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« Reply #21 on: September 24, 2017, 02:09:52 pm »
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Ok thank I have a few laying around 8" maybe a 7 or 5

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« Reply #22 on: September 24, 2017, 03:07:42 pm »
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  Any you care to contribute would get used if possible.

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« Reply #23 on: September 25, 2017, 12:13:30 am »
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   This is what the Build Document Calls for.

Diameter: 255mm x 137 mm (one coil)
Wire size: .25mm (30 AWG) enameled         Tx approx 99 turns of wire.   Rx Approx 104.
Tx inductance: 6.0mH
Tx resistance: 18 – 25 Ohms
Tx resonance - About 14.5 kHz
Rx Inductance: 6.5mH
Rx resistance 18 – 25 Ohms
Rx resonance with 15nF – About 16.1 kHz


Did not have enough 30AWG to do the job.  I only had 28AWG at hand and Deviated from the Prescribed Number of winding's and Coil dimensions.

Only completed the Tx Coil this far.

I ended up with 166 turns of wire due to the Wire Size and Smaller Form.

Shield is Copper Tape.  Used it a pile on simple Mono Coils with good luck.  The stuff is a pain to wrap without tearing.  The foils not much thicker then the foil of a Gum Wrapper.

As seen on my Chines Special Meter (Gotta Love those  Chinese characters for the mH, Eaa?)   I achieved the 6mH and Resistance required. .  Not seen is after foil it dropped to 5.97Mh.   This calculates out the machine should be running 14353.122 Hz with this coil. This will work fine getting your machine up and ruining. My plan is to build one as described and modify the second to run twice the normal Freq .  30Khz.  If this works as Planed I should end up with something like a 30Khz LoBo.

This Coil is only for Testing but may be the bases for a good Sniper Coil for the other machine, Eaa?

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« Reply #24 on: September 25, 2017, 06:46:01 am »
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Nice work!

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« Reply #25 on: September 25, 2017, 08:42:55 am »
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   I really need to order some decent wire, eaa?

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« Reply #26 on: September 26, 2017, 11:46:00 am »
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I have two boxes full of stuff for you.there are several unassembled kits and lots of parts 4 or 5 coils 1 complete Nautilus detector needs a rod it works .several discvery Baron boards .one has a cointrax module that if could be repaired I would pay for the repair it has a one of a kind 2.2 prototype chip in it if nothing else I would like to keep the chip if unrepairable.you can copy the chip if that possible for your own use.i have an arch- Geo kit and a sniffer x71 kit I would pay for each to be assembled if you interested.and I know they are worth more than 20$ to assemble I don't mind paying good money for assembled.there is a new chance pi kit and another pi kit and a king cobra board those and the other discovery boards you can have if you want if not just trash them but I believe there are usable parts and circuit on them.if you are not interested in assembling the arch Geo and xr71 et me know and I will advertise for someone to assemble .I can do it anymore since I injured my back  I can sit at a table and solder anymore it kills me to.

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« Reply #27 on: September 26, 2017, 03:58:27 pm »
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 I would be more then happy to assemble those kits . The XR71 I should have all documentations required on hand the Arc Geo I know nothing about but will find it.

With all that Gear your Donating,  You Sir will be noted as the BONE YARD contributor of the Year  around here. !!!   Cheesy  Nothing gits TRASHED in the BONE YARD.  Everything has a Use , Some Way,  Some How, Some Place, !!

As for Cloning Module Chip  Please let me know what the chip is.  I guess a PIC or PROM of sorts.  


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« Reply #28 on: September 26, 2017, 04:05:53 pm »
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The chip is a square chip about an inch or less that is plugged into the cointrax module attached to one of three Baron boards I'm sending possibly 4 if can find the other one I have a working bae baron I can send if you need it to compare or work from .I may even part with it idk.the housings are mostly the king cobra style and are new I purchased from Keith Wills one is a nice aluminum housing.im still digging stuff out most of the kits come with paperwork .

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   Good Stuff.   Sounds like your clearing a Ware House.   Tongue

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