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« Reply #10 on: May 22, 2020, 07:00:36 pm »
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Quote:Posted by Eugene52
DBP2010 came from a German Metal Detector project Book written by Mr. Rolf Wilhelm.
The schematic had an error but the Author didn't care, he just wanted to sell you his assembled DBP2010 Pulse Induction Metal Detector kit.
In the German Book was also a VLF Metal Detector Project called VLF 770.
The DBP2010 worked very Good for the people that built it. The error is posted on the Forum here. I cant remember the post it was in or around2009.

The Delta Pulse was and is,  a much more popular PI Metal Detector and on a few of the Treasure and Metal Detector Forums and built by many people from all over the world. And they are still building it today. I think the circuit boards are still available too.
It is a Very Good Machine !!!!


i do have original  DBP2010  and original  delta pluse  and both carry same name sniffer xr-71 manufactured  late 80s


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