30M Long Range Professional Gold / Diamond / Metal Detector VR3000 Good Partner for Treasure Hunter

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30M Long Range Professional Gold / Diamond / Metal Detector VR3000 Good Partner for Treasure Hunter

We add a function of indicator lights. These indicator lights show 20 different distances between the user with a receiver and the transmitter.
Most common frequencies are Diamond, Gold, Silver, Aluminum, Lead, Tin
Detecting Range: 100-1000m ,Detecting Depth: 30-50m

$1,890.00 (as of November 9, 2018, 9:32 pm) $728.00

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Description

Main Targets of VR3000 long range metal detector: Gold, Silver, Aluminum, Lead, Tin. Six metals or minerals in

total.VR system was originally developed for professional archeologists and treasure hunters and has been used both on land and under water. With the

development of faster and more complex processing units and a reduction in the cost of materials.The system includes an installed, rechargeable gel cell battery with

charger, transmitting antenna, receiving rods and receiver with belt clip, headphones and user manual all inserted into the specially fitted case.

Specification:

(1) Max Detection: 5-50m, select by users. If detect 3m or less, select 5m is ok.

(2) Detect Range: 100-1000m

(3) Rechargeable Battery: Continuous working 48 hours

(4) Power: 850mA

(5) Frequency: 433Mhz+/-150Khz
t(6) Inner Storage: EEPROM 16k*8Bit
t(7) Voltage: 9~12VDC

(8) Temperature Range: -40°C~85°C

(9) Operating Humidity: 0~95% (non-condensing)

(10) Ultrasonic Frequency: 400-3000Mhz+/-150Khz

(11) Weight: 14LBS
We add a function of indicator lights. These indicator lights show 20 different distances between the user with a receiver and the transmitter.
Most common frequencies are Diamond, Gold, Silver, Aluminum, Lead, Tin
Detecting Range: 100-1000m ,Detecting Depth: 30-50m
After tracking target, you will have some idea of the identification and the exact pinpoint.
The face (front) of the transmitter has six LED’s (channel indicator lights) across the top; each is labeled for a particular element.