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After numerous questions and requests regarding high frequency search coils for Nexus Standard MP I have decided to grant our customer's wishes and a couple of months ago have initiated a development of the mentioned above coils.
Soon there will be few high frequency coils available for Nexus Standard MP;
13"DD @ 14kHz - the initial prototypes are detecting hammered penny Edward III at 14" in ground.
10"DD @ 18kHz - the initial prototypes are detecting hammered penny Edward III at 12"+in ground.
9" concentric @ 24kHz - the initial prototypes are detecting hammered penny Edward III at 10" in ground.
The mentioned above depths are considered to be with good signal response. With faint and very faint responses some extra depth can be achieved by those who have the patience to work in such manner.
The tests were carried out in soil conditions very similar to most UK detecting sites. All tests were done in all metal mode. With slower sweep speed the same depths are possible in Iron Rejection mode as well.
In heavier soil conditions all depth results will be lower depending on the site.
The 9" concentric coil is specifically designed for use in highly contaminated areas. When fitted with the 9" concentric coil the MP exceeds completely the target separation capabilities of any detector including the Deus.
The mentioned above DD coils are of the same design as the current DD coil range.
The 9" concentric coil is going to be manufactured from specially molded Fibre Glass shells.
Some detailed reviews will follow for each new search coil.
Fantastic news,the Concentric coil will certainly be on the shopping list as will be the 10'' 18khz coil,will await further updates as and when they will be launched
Deus and Nexus MP only 2 machines i really use these days.
Also use some site specific machines TDI Pro c/w 20'' Mono,Nexus SE dual 9'' coil,Fisher TW-5 twin box.
I'm really looking forward to the 13" 14kHz and the 9" concentric 24kHz coils and believe the addition of these coils will give the MP more flexibility. The sooner they are available the better as far as I am concerned.
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