The weather always affects the effect of the search and there is no need to cheat. Rain and temperature change the behavior of devices. Sony tends to drift and to put it bluntly, they lose their properties. The result is a decrease in ranges and false signals and interference from the ground. I mean extreme summer temperatures because some manufacturers have been using compensation for the temperature influence on the work of the detector probe for some time.
So how do you defend yourself in such a situation? It’s best to reduce the sensitivity or try ground balance again, even manually for added confidence. There’s an old trick left… we raise the probe above the ground and don’t drive it low. Let’s say 5 cm – 10 cm is the absolute minimum. You may find it much quieter and more stable, and the targets lock in the ID scale better and don’t jump.
Detuning or changing the frequency can also be a solution in this situation. In the end, it remains to wait for the rain, just like mushrooms after rain, previously unheard or immeasurable objects begin to appear.
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