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« Reply #70 on: November 26, 2009, 03:14:04 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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Mate, I'm not hyper nor hurt. I just can't seem to get it through to you that there is no need to worry about depth when selecting a detector.

You can find a truck at 15 feet if you bury one. You can never find a ring at that depth. Does that detector scan to 15 feet or not? Of course it does but it is useless for finding a coin. Do you see the problem here with your question and your concerns about depth?

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« Reply #71 on: November 26, 2009, 03:23:09 am »
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Hello GD,

If not me, there may be some newbies here, who look for depth of scanning as a parameter to build a machine, it will be of great help for them. I don't know why they may be asking ! But that parameter is normally mentioned in the brochure and the details which you are telling are not known to newbies, except me.

I need not worry, is true, i understand that. Thanks.

GD, one more thing, recently i was commenting over thread "To prove that objects emit energy" I will tell you an incident purposely, to make you understand what newbies like me can learn out of it. One Mr. Christian commented a great article, I went through that article and found details about perpetual momentum which was really a great article. I learned so many new things from the article that I feel like making one "magnetic generator" for me which will give me free power for life !  don't you think it is a treasure earned by gaining new knowledge ?

Life is a learning process...

while one person hesitates and is afraid of doing things and feels inferior .....
the other one is busy making mistakes and becoming superior....


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Yes, depth is mentioned in the advertisements but that is not a guarantee of depth, just an average. Too many factors affect the depth of detection to make it a useful parameter. As I said earlier, you can find a metal object the size of a pickup truck at 15 feet with almost any detector but you can never find a ring at that depth no matter how hard you try.

You can ask for depth specifications but it is a false indication of the usefulness of a detector.

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« Reply #73 on: November 26, 2009, 09:07:39 am »
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Happy Thanksgiving !!!  Here again I will post a typical depth chart of a decent working Pulse Induction Metal Detector . And again I suggest you build the Delta Pulse/SnifferX71 as your first Pulse Induction Metal Detector project , because it is the easiest . If you are one of the members who recently asked about seeking depths of 5 meters or more read about Magnetometers or LRL's on our forum here . Or you can do a thorough internet research for several hours and come back here and post your research . After a few more days I will be going back to work on the VLF circuit Projects of this Forum .
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« Reply #74 on: November 27, 2009, 01:17:20 am »
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hello all friends! i was not able to login here ,my internet connection was broken. i have now new line.
just wait for 2days i will post all pi i made from eugene52 and results,details in making and photos.
i have newly built modefied delta pulse w/c is more powerful.i have prototype but ugly scrap aluminum enclosure w/style similar to wellknown german made pi.but with analog display meter,only i'm very sure its more powerful than that german made wellknown pi. I CALL IT EU52 DEEPSEARCH POWERPULSE. schematic from eugene52 that's why his name appears.

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 [welcome]Hi there I noticed you were ..P.O. ed with another member about your P.I. detector you have built, I am a Electronics Tech and would be very interested in your design, I use a Whites TDI for prospecting and I really like the way P.I. s function, I would really like to build one it sounds like alot of fun to me, if you have some info or could point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it.

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Rick, who are you addressing?

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 Smiley Ram with this new delta pulse you said please place also your TESTdrive of its performance.  thanks..

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[welcome]Hi there I noticed you were ..P.O. ed with another member about your P.I. detector you have built, I am a Electronics Tech and would be very interested in your design, I use a Whites TDI for prospecting and I really like the way P.I. s function, I would really like to build one it sounds like alot of fun to me, if you have some info or could point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it.

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Hello Rick . If you would like to do some PI research or even build one , everyone agrees the Delta Pulse/Sniffer project on this Forum is the best PI to build then after that you can choose either of the DBP 2010s . They are posted in the Tech Talk area Metal Detector sub board: and open the PI designs and deepseekers and then scroll down to "Final PI project packages ready to build"

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