Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

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Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

Post by Mr.KJM » Thu Feb 21, 2019 5:09 am

Hello~^^

Pleased to announce the new model pathfinder of NEXUS. Congratulations to Georgi~๐ŸŽ†

I wonder. I saw a comment on the MK II in the following article. (MkII is a resonant tuned detector with about 99.5% accuracy.)


Is the accuracy of the resonance adjustment of the Standard MP How many percent ?

Is the resonance accuracy different because the frequency is different for each coil?

Standard MP V.2 and 11.5" coil , 20" Coil , 41" Coil
What is the accuracy of resonance adjustment for each of the three coils.

Accuracy Highly resonant coil is considered to be a differentiated pride of NEXUS.
I hope my question is helpful to those wondering about MP coils.


My English is not enough. please understand.



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Re: Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

Post by Nexus » Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:04 pm

Mr.KJM wrote: โ†‘
Thu Feb 21, 2019 5:09 am
Hello~^^

Pleased to announce the new model pathfinder of NEXUS. Congratulations to Georgi~๐ŸŽ†

I wonder. I saw a comment on the MK II in the following article. (MkII is a resonant tuned detector with about 99.5% accuracy.)


Is the accuracy of the resonance adjustment of the Standard MP How many percent ?

Is the resonance accuracy different because the frequency is different for each coil?

Standard MP V.2 and 11.5" coil , 20" Coil , 41" Coil
What is the accuracy of resonance adjustment for each of the three coils.

Accuracy Highly resonant coil is considered to be a differentiated pride of NEXUS.
I hope my question is helpful to those wondering about MP coils.


My English is not enough. please understand.
Nexus Standard MP is not tuned in resonance.
Nexus Pathfinder two box is also not tuned in resonance and has the combined performance of the Nexus MP plus the abilities of a two box system.
The fully tuned in resonance Nexus detectors exhibited the most accurate discrimination at depth and were arguably the deepest hand held IB detectors until they were surpassed by the Nexus Standard MP.

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Re: Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

Post by Mr.KJM » Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:51 pm

Thank you for your reply.

I was wrong.
I think I was mistaken. ๐Ÿ˜ฐ
There is a reason why the MP is not resonant tuned, but it's a pity.

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Re: Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

Post by Nexus » Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:53 pm

Mr.KJM wrote: โ†‘
Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:51 pm
Thank you for your reply.

I was wrong.
I think I was mistaken. ๐Ÿ˜ฐ
There is a reason why the MP is not resonant tuned, but it's a pity.
The reason is, because resonant tuned detectors can not get close to highly mineralised conditions, like soil loaded with magnetite and they can not work at all on back sand beaches.

The other reason is, because the MP is simply superior not been tuned in resonance. I made a series of experiments to tune the MP in resonance, but there was no advantage of any kind, only unusable super sensitivity.

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Re: Standard MP Resonance Coil Question

Post by Mr.KJM » Thu Feb 21, 2019 4:11 pm

Thank you for your kind explanation!


I think many of you will be surprised once more with the videos and additional information on Pathfinder.

With your constant challenge and enthusiasm, we believe that NEXUS will further develop.


Thank you

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