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« Reply #60 on: November 18, 2009, 11:42:22 pm »
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 Cheesy wooowww... great link, turkish inventer...  Idea $460?? of what i read its 460 YTL!! eugene any link of Europian or American seller like the turkish?? eugene and other expert here pls. enlighten our mind about this turkish delta pulse and xr71. is This TURKISH seller is true and not a bogus? is delta pulse is the dbp2010??  Shocked if this P.I.=460 YTL much better to buy than the twobox which cost to $600!! and using bigger coil maybe this P.I. will detect more than 20ft?? Eugene the link you post is broken link.

 Grin i hope this P.I. will not be like the SondaMD chinese made that says capable of detecting to 3meters but when vourvon bought Sonda and run test it guess what!!  Grin it never even detect in 1 meter+....


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« Reply #61 on: November 19, 2009, 06:25:44 am »
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i just went back to the site to check and see they offer there detectors two first you can buy a complete setup a working detector for $650YTL which converts to $435.66USD or you can buy just the working pcb board complete with lcd screen for $200YTL and that converts to $134.04USD. it was just something i found one night while surfing the net and i thought i would mention it

P.S. you'll end up spending  about $100 shipping to the states for a complete detector and around $35 for just the board and no i have not ordered one from them

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« Reply #62 on: November 19, 2009, 10:16:07 am »
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Eugene will also be able to guide here as the .lay file is from Eugene.  Shocked But I don't see any reason why Eugeue is not doing it.

Request Eugene along with "Ram" to upload a zip file which has been successfully built by "Ram". "Ram" has already informed Eugene in some thread here that he was successfull in building with the help of .lay file.

Hope this helps "Eugene" and "Ram" to sort out and point out the correct schematics and part list and all the details developed by "Ram"




Hello Aspardeshi . I wish you were on the Forum a few weeks before and after Ram built his PI Project . He ask me which schematic version and PCB file version to use . I gave him a suggestion and his project turned out Great !!! If you have a question on anything related to the Projects on this forum you can always send a PM through this forum . Let me know which project you decided build and I will answer any questions . My biggest mistake was being off the Forum for so many weeks in September , October .
I missed a lot of questions from New Members wanting to start Metal Detector projects . Again ,Please let me know which project you want to start . Thank-You
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« Reply #63 on: November 19, 2009, 09:18:38 pm »
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 Cheesy  Welcome Back Eugene,

 Rider Now metal detecting will no more be the same again I guess !  Kiss

Well I want the project which "Ram" has built, I do not know whether it is dbp2010 or xr71. I want the schematics which you have given to him, or he has used. Please can you upload all the related files in a zip file including part list ?

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PS: If you could upload all the files together, that will be better, as there is a lot of confusion, and I have plenty of schematics given by you. I am confused, so are the newbies.   Thank you in advance.
I guess by that MD he was able to reach upto 4-5 Ft depth. Hope this helps.

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Cheesy  Welcome Back Eugene,

 Rider Now metal detecting will no more be the same again I guess !  Kiss

Well I want the project which "Ram" has built, I do not know whether it is dbp2010 or xr71. I want the schematics which you have given to him, or he has used. Please can you upload all the related files in a zip file including part list ?

Happy  Detecting

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PS: If you could upload all the files together, that will be better, as there is a lot of confusion, and I have plenty of schematics given by you. I am confused, so are the newbies.   Thank you in advance.
I guess by that MD he was able to reach upto 4-5 Ft depth. Hope this helps.


Hello Aspardeshi . In July 2009 about 4 months ago forum member Ram built the Delta Pulse/Sniffer XR71 and used a 40 cm diameter coil and said he detected to over 4 feet deep !!!  I am almost ready to post the final project files , you will see them tommorrow , There are a lot of versions of some Schematics and PCB files all over the internet so it is not hard to get confused , I am trying to sort a few of them out right now.
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« Reply #65 on: November 20, 2009, 03:35:41 am »
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Thanks Eugene,

Good Work, Great Efforts. Keep it up.  Clapp

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Good Work, Great Efforts. Keep it up.  Clapp


Hello aspardeshi . Thank-you !!  Today I finally finished writing the DBP 2010 single board [CZECH VERSION] parts list , because one was never posted for this version !!! Next I will check the PCB board for errors and then in a few days post a "Ready to Build" zip package FINAL of the improoved Czech Version !!!

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« Reply #67 on: November 26, 2009, 01:47:57 am »
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 Rider Hello Eugene,

 Welcome Once again !

Well I would request you in addition to the part list, pcb layout , can you please also put up the results like tested depth of scanning etc in the text file ? It will be of much help to the newbies like us.

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Rider Hello Eugene,

 Welcome Once again !

Well I would request you in addition to the part list, pcb layout , can you please also put up the results like tested depth of scanning etc in the text file ? It will be of much help to the newbies like us.

Kind Regards

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No, it won't be of any help. You have been told many times now that the depth is relevant to far too many factors for any predictions to be made. The size of the object makes a difference. The coil size makes a difference. The soil makes a difference. The metal density makes a difference. The shape of the object makes a difference.

Please stop asking how deep a detector will search. There is really no set answer to this question until you actually try it out. Even a single item buried in different soils, wet, dry or in gravel will be detectable at different depths by the very same machine.

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« Reply #69 on: November 26, 2009, 03:04:43 am »
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Hey GD,

Greetings !

Why you hyper dear ! Don't you think I require all these things to study to make one ?  If not to make, to study a machine ? if not to study atleast to know how it works ?

Sorry if I have hurt you in advance.

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