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Get into the exciting hobby of metal detecting with the Pioneer 202 Metal Detector from Bounty Hunter. A preset ground balance and a 6.6 kHz transmission frequency make this detector a solid choice for finding coins or historic relics. The open 8" concentric search coil makes pinpointing objects easy as the center always has the highest returns. Results are displayed on dual LCD screens and are audible through either the built-in speaker or headphone output.
The control interface utilizes both push buttons and analog knobs to quickly toggle modes and fine tune sensitivity and discrimination. You can choose between an all metal mode that provides returns on all metals or manually calibrate the discrimination to filter your results. Metal type and estimated depth of the object are displayed on their own LCD screen. They are also indicated by one of three tones that help differentiate metal type. The unit is powered by two 9V batteries, which are not included.
A transmission frequency of 6.6 kHz is well suited to finding objects such as coins and relics.
The ground balance is set internally by a technician at the factory and does not require you to do anything to set the balance. It comes preset for most coin, jewelry, and relic hunting needs.
The open concentric design of the 8" coils discriminates very well. Pinpointing of buried objects is easy because the strongest signal is always in the center of the coil.
Dual LCD screens display type of metal detected as well as approximate depth of target.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the unit to be more selective towards certain types of metals.
Push buttons and analog knobs provide you with an easy to adjust interface so you can change features such as sensitivity quickly.
You can choose an all metal detection mode to return all signals or manually adjust discrimination to better filter results.
A low, medium, and high tone provide an aural clue as to the type of metal present. Ferrous objects such as iron and steel will induce a low tone. Small gold objects can also induce a low tone. Pull-tabs, post-1982 pennies, larger gold objects, zinc, small brass objects, and most bottle screw caps will induce medium tones. Silver and copper coins, larger brass objects, pre-1982 pennies, and highly oxidized metals will induce high tones. Quarters, dimes and other precious coins fall into this category.
A 1/4" jack lets you use headphones to better interpret audio feedback.