XP in the new DEUS II metal detector model implemented the old model in the form of the DEUS MONO program. Less clever people will tell me why I have a set of programs working in several frequencies at once, i.e. more stable, more resistant to worse conditions, and better signaling different conductors from both ends of the scale (silver and gold = wealth). So why single frequencies?!
The reason is simple, the device needs less time to process the data of only one frequency, and a well-chosen one can make it possible to reach a little deeper. The lowest frequency is 4 kHz and the highest is 40 kHz. Each of them has its advantages and disadvantages. Low is really deep and favors high conductors such as silver and large pieces of iron, high will better cope with heavy debris and high mineralization with fine and low conductors such as gold and small silver coins.
We sacrifice stability and try to squeeze everything we can out of the detector. Below is the OMMONO program especially for you:
The XY chart will help you identify:
- Discrimination 6.1 at the beginning, EXPERT – PITCH tab (LEVEL translation error for software version 0.17)
- Sensitivity to maintain stable operation
- Frequency 4 kHz or 40 kHz description of what to choose and for what above
- Iron volume 3 or zero if it will be too loud in the place
- Base reactivity 1.5 set under conditions (trash 2 up)
- Acoustic signal 4
Calibrate to the ground in a clean place, check the values in another, here manual ground calibration by the so-called. pumping or choosing a value is essential.