GPR Localizer 3000
Measuring instrument for professional archaeologists and treasure seekers . The principle of operation is based on the Localizer 3000 electromagnetic pulse method . Does not require additional computer . The device can detect :
Various metals , including gold, silver, iron, etc.
Voids , tunnels , bunkers , caves and burial
Water and metal pipes
GPR Localizer 3000
GPR possibilities :
Depth of detection depending on the soil type and size of the object can reach 25 m
Has a built-in computer , which processes the data and displays it on the LCD monitor high contrast
For analysis using the software with advanced functionality “Visualizer 3D” data can be transferred to an external computer.
With the device used 2 types of antennas : Differential Scanning Antenna and Super sensor probe
The device can be equipped with a metal detector discriminator (DDV- System )
Modes of operation of the instrument:
Magnetometer . Used to detect metal objects in the upper soil layer (up to 2 m) .
Ground Scan. This mode is used for a detailed graphic predetermined portion . Information displayed on the integrated LCD monitor and stored in memory. Upon completion of the scan stored information may be transferred to a computer for further processing.
Side Scan. This mode allows you to perform real-time fast discrimination between voids and metal objects. Working in this mode, you will see on the monitor all underground anomalies.
Metal Detector. Search metal objects in the surface layer (up to 2 m) . It is possible to tune away from ferrous metals
Use with different antennas :
Differential Scanning Antenna . Used to search for shallow objects. Using this antenna provides a high resolution scan.
Probe Super sensor. Used to search for shallow objects. Using this antenna provides a maximum resolution scan. Has a built- discriminator for discriminating iron containing and not containing iron objects.
DDV- System . Mode Metal (Metal Detector). Search metal objects in the surface layer (up to 2 m) . It is possible to tune away from ferrous metals
Detection depth of GPR.
Effectiveness of this equipment depends on several factors . Important are the electrical resistance of the soil (dielectric constant) , the degree of mineralization and the ratio of the size of the object to the depth of . Very moist soil , clay and sand with high conductivity can make a significant hindrance to the work of the equipment until the impossibility of its application in the area. At the depth of detection also affects the composition of the object and the duration of his stay in the ground.