Gold Star 3D Scanner Features
Latest Metal Detection Technologies 2021
Gold star 3D Scanner includes a variety of metal detection technologies and the latest German technology in this field through measuring tools, 3D ground surveying, and long-range detection through several probes, sensors, and antennas.
Here we list available tools:
IMTU (Intelligent Multi Transceiver Unit)
This unit is installed at the front of the Gold Star 3D Scanner device and its function is to send electromagnetic waves at a high frequency in the direction in which the user is searching.
These signals intersect with the electromagnetic fields emanating from underground metal targets and turn into reflected signals that are received through antennas and the signal is converted after being processed into digital signals.
VST (Vertical High Signal Transceiver)
It is a sensor installed via a special connection at the front of the device. The sensor captures the magnetic field signals resulting from various buried metal targets (precious such as gold and non-precious such as iron, for example).
The sensor is characterized by the presence of a quadruple cone at its end that contains on both sides rows of light-emitting diodes (LED) that light up in different colors according to the received signals and the nature of the target (example: the LEDs will light up in red color if the VST probe passes over a metal target such as gold or copper).
The signals captured through the sensor are transformed into digital signals that are processed and displayed on the device screen or the tablet screen in the form of a colored graph that reflects the nature and type of potential target’s metal.
MULTI GROUND SCANNER (M.G.S.60)
It is the probe that is used to conduct a 3D imaging scan of the ground in search for metal targets and potential treasures, and it has included the latest patented ground scanning technology from the German company Mega Detection and includes the feature of covering a larger area when scanning at each point, which ensures that the prospector reduces time and effort, and to ensure a more accurate result compared to the point-type scanning sensors available in other devices.
8 Search Systems
Gold Star 3D Scanner is the first device in the world that includes 8 search systems with multiple search technologies, including long-range detection systems, 3D imaging scanning, and other technologies.
The eight search systems provide multiple ways to search for different types of metal targets, ancient and archaeological treasures at different and deep depths.
The appropriate search system can be used for the purpose of the search, and more than one search system can be used to ensure more reliable and accurate results.
The device includes the following search systems:
1 – Long Range Manual System / MANUAL LRL /
To use this system, the user must install the IMTU as well as the antennas.
The manual system means the possibility of adjusting the long-range scanning settings manually according to the user’s preferences, before actually conducting the search.
Here are the settings that can be adjusted:
Target Type (Metal)
The type of metal of the targets to be searched can be set from a list that includes search programs for all types of metals like:
Gold – silver – copper – iron – diamonds – platinum – bronze …
Front Scan Range (Distance)
It is the distance that expresses the maximum range that the device scans for different targets and can be set according to specific values within the range from 0 to 2500 meters (250 – 500 – 750 – 1000 – 1250 – 1500 – 1750 – 2000 – 2250 – 2500 m)
Maximum Search Depth (Depth)
This value specifies the maximum depth to search for targets within it through the current search settings and can be set in the 0 to 50 meters range.
After setting the previous options, the device searches for targets within the selected scanning field and depth, the search screen appear that displays a compass-shaped indicator whose pointer points to the direction of the device (north or south …) and also displays within the same screen a semicircular indicator that expresses the direction of movement of the two antennas, as the direction of the cursor changes according to their movement when searching.
Among the important features that allow the user to correctly adjust the angle of inclination of the device with respect to the horizon is the gradient tilt indicator on the right of the screen, the green color indicates the correct acceptable values , and the red color for the wrong values of the inclination angle.
2 – Automatic Long-Range System / AUTO LRL /
The IMTU unit, as well as the antennas, are used to search for signals of potential targets within the scanning field.
The difference from the manual long-range system is that in the automatic system, the device performs a fully automatic scan in search of potential metal targets within the search range.
So, the user only has to choose the system.