Lorenz Deep Max Z2 Features
Uses & Applications
- Locate buried relics made of different metals like gold, silver, and bronze
- Detection of ancient artifacts such as statues – swords
- Golden treasure detection such as golden coins – jewelry like rings
- Detection of natural gold and small gold nuggets.
Lorenz Deep Max Z2 Search Technology
Lorenz Deep Max Z2 metal detector technology is based on special Pulse Induction technology called Pulse Ground Balancing System (Pulse GBS).
The principle is that the current in search coils passing through copper coils emit a short intensive magnetic pulse, those magnetic pulses produce eddy currents in conducting materials like metal objects, for example, a golden coin, eddy currents will be kept in a metal object and will die away after the magnetic pulse emitted by the search coil has turned off.
This is the reason why it is possible to detect those eddy currents during the time-delayed receiving phase by means of the same search coil which now acts as a receiving coil.
A rather complicated electronics circuitry is necessary to detect those tiny voltage changes and has to separate that particular signal from interference also received. The signal has to be amplified to drive an audio stage with a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), which emits an audible signal either by headphones or a built-in loudspeaker when metal is near the field of the search coil.
The Pulse GBS (Ground Balancing System) is especially suitable for searching in depth. The performance of this electronic device is almost unaffected by saltwater, most types of mineralized grounds, or temperature changes.
a power PST (Pulse Shaping Technology) was added in order to improve the performance and depth capabilities. The complete power management with efficient low electromagnetic interference converters and low self-discharge batteries makes this detector even more flexible for worldwide operation.