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« Reply #40 on: November 17, 2009, 05:02:20 pm »
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Eugene , I have sent the complete schematic to quite a few members . They asked for it and I helped them  . What I like to see is that the complete schematic  ( even if you call it the OLD schematic )  is put on this forum . I gave it too you ( complete  , the main PCB and the PDB for the modum ) . You are the technical man on this forum , and I like to keep it that way . You have been doing a great job . So now , put the schematics on this forum . You can do it  so why don't you ?  Cornelius


No need for him to do it. I already did. That is what others have been complaining about. This is the complete schematic and board layout that you sent to Eugene and he sent to me. I posted it in Downloads two days ago. Get it and tell me if it is the one you have. If not, please send me the updated one that YOU have and I will post it since you seem unwilling to do so.

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Please have a look at those files and tell me if they are the ones you sent as complete and working.

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« Reply #41 on: November 17, 2009, 05:10:57 pm »
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Golddigger . I am not ,, unwilling  ,, to post the schematics . I did send them to all the members that asked me for it  ( by regular E-Mail ) . All I want to do is to give credit to Eugene . Eugene is doing a great job . Give him the time and every thing will be OK .  Cornelius

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« Reply #42 on: November 17, 2009, 05:15:34 pm »
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Golddigger . I am not ,, unwilling  ,, to post the schematics . I did send them to all the members that asked me for it  ( by regular E-Mail ) . All I want to do is to give credit to Eugene . Eugene is doing a great job . Give him the time and every thing will be OK .  Cornelius


Since you are not unwilling to post them in the Download section, please do so. If yours are more accurate than the ones I posted, I will remove them. This is for the benefit of the members here, not you, Eugene or me. I simply want to see the best, most accurate schematics available to the members here. If you do too, you will post the correct ones in Downloads.

Thank you in advance for this.

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« Reply #43 on: November 17, 2009, 05:50:53 pm »
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Golddigger . This discussion leads nowhere . I gave the complete file to Eugene . He is our man  . If he does not want to download them , so be it .  Leave me out of this discussion !     Cornelius

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« Reply #44 on: November 17, 2009, 08:26:02 pm »
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But you are the one who claims his are not right. Send them to me by e-mail. I will PM you with my e-mail address. If you don't want to help members here, that is your choice, not Eugene's. We both have done our best and you keep saying those are not correct.

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« Reply #45 on: November 17, 2009, 09:41:29 pm »
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 Shocked Please don't fight. We are all near to our goals. Only we need 1 person to verify the schematics put over here and find the best one, preferably with all details like schematics, part list and if possible already built.  So rather than fighting, I would request you all intelligent people to come together and study the schematics put over here and find the best one and upload it. He may be any one who has knowledge about it. To post the best one, we need information first. I think now we have more than 1 choice to choose from for making any decision and posting it in the download section. If I was engineer I would have definetely made a contribution, but unfortunately I am not.

So please don't fight. Everyone are good here and have come together for a common cause. I wish all of you all the best.

Awating for "complete" uploads in download section.

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I know you are an intelligent person. You have plenty of knowledge, but all is garbled in the threads and before becoming a mess try these things. While posting on the forums, you please take care of the following things:-

If you find any new thing, open a new thread and comment (if you wish to ) on old things also like giving reference to the old threads in post as a link. . like if you find a new board, then make a new thread. If you find a new version then make a new thread with version number in the subject matter of the thread. As you know no board is obsolete and every board was working at some point or other. So there are many newbies here. What you do is just open a new thread with a subject containing the revision number, so the newbies here do not get confused. Avoid using words "Scrap" , "Trash", "Old". It may happen that you was working at a particular point of time on a particular board for a long time and it worked well. and later on you found a new one ! So the old one is not "scrap" , just open a new thread with revision you find on the board or else whatever identification on board etc. This is called versioning to proper threads. It will keep all the threads live. and it will be also good for you to visit any version and post updates and any developments. It will be also good for visitors to scan it subjectwise, as subject says it all !

If you have tested the board, then I would request you to mention the following things in the first thread

1. Depth of scanning.
2. Whether it is differentiating in metals or not.
3. Coil Size.
4. Coil Type, Turns, etc
5. Approx Expenditure (If possible)
6. Do you have or plan to develop it further Yes/No.
7. Board Schematics.
8. Board Photograph Front Side, Back side.
9. Last but not the least Part List.

There should be only 1 part list for 1 thread. If you have another part list, that is another verison, just open a new thread with version number and detector name in the subject matter.

I hope you got the same.

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Isn't it a good idea !

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« Reply #46 on: November 17, 2009, 09:52:06 pm »
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Aspardeshi, nobody here is in possession of the alleged "good" schematic except for Cornelius. When he sees fit to bestow it upon the rest of us, we will comment. Until then, what you call fighting will, by necessity, continue. I don't call it fighting at all. I call it making a request which seems to fall on deaf ears. Where is the so called "good" copy of the schematic?

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« Reply #47 on: November 17, 2009, 10:21:17 pm »
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 Huh? good schematics can only be studied by engineers by sparing some time over it. I hope cornilius as you say can do it. So I request cornilius here to do the needfull and maintaining proper versioning for the threads with product details and also versioning in the downloads section should be maintained. I have not operated the download section, I mean not uploaded anything in the downloads section. so I do not know how to correct the download section by replacing proper files and deleting the confusing ones. Only a engineer like cornilius can do it now.

Request Cornilius, please study the schematics put here and compare it. I found the board schematics on czech forum with great vision and precision. please compare and put the results in this thread and good files in download section with version number. If you have worked over it for a fair amount of time, share your contributions and experiences over these boards as well.


And part list  :Smiley
BTW can anybody comment on the performance of DBP2010 ?  Like depth, discrimination, precision, performance etc etc. Please do so now. So that all other members will come to know whether to follow this board or not.
Please also comment on coil design if possible of dbp2010

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BTW can anybody comment on the performance of DBP2010 ?  Like depth, discrimination, precision, performance etc etc. Please do so now. So that all other members will come to know whether to follow this board or not.
Please also comment on coil design if possible of dbp2010


I've heard good reports on the performance which is why I am interested in it. I may build one if I can get a set of plans.

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« Reply #49 on: November 17, 2009, 10:35:58 pm »
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 Rider Hello Gold digger I heard that XR71 is also a clone of DBP2010, it also scans at depth of 400 cm. Is this correct ?

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