Vanquish device features:
One of the most important new features of the Vanquish device is the Multi-IQ technology.
When using this feature in the device, the prospector can search for underground metal targets by using multiple search frequencies at the same time.
The device searches for buried targets using the following frequencies (5-10 – 15 – 20 – 40 kHz) simultaneously and simultaneously.
This means that all small and large metal targets can be detected at the same time.
The use of this technology provides the possibility of detecting multiple buried metal objects of different precious and non-precious metals.
Knowing that the user can use a single frequency from the previous frequencies to limit the search.
Detection modes for all terrain
Whatever thing you are looking for, the Vanquish device guarantees you to discover it through the search (discovery) modes built into the device.
The user can choose the appropriate search mode for him easily via the search mode button on the right of the display screen, and he can choose one of the following modes:
Coin Mode – Coin Mode
As the name indicates, this situation is suitable for finding coins made of various metals (gold – silver – bronze)
As it contains suitable settings for discovering small and large currencies at shallow depths.
Effects Mode – Relic Mode
This mode is designed to search for antiquities that are made of metal, for example, old weapons (swords, daggers, gears …)
And metal utensils that were used in the past for cooking, and bronze statues …
The appropriate search mode to search for gold jewelry such as rings – bracelets – collars – crowns …
All Metal Mode
It is the default general search mode that searches for all precious and non-precious metals without discrimination.
Note: The user can customize the appropriate search mode for him by adjusting the appropriate settings within the device program.
Digital Target ID – Target ID
The digital target ID is a number within the range (-9 to 40) displayed on the digital device screen.
It is related to the incoming signals reflected from the metal target buried underground.
Target ID provides the prospector with an idea of the nature of the metal type of the buried object, and the target ID number ranges from -9 to 40.
Where the Goal ID is used to distinguish one target type from another specific type, as follows:
The range from – 9 to 0 is for ferrous metal targets (such as nails – iron scrap – soda cans).
A target ID range from 1 to 40 denotes non-ferrous metal objects such as precious metals such as silver, copper, or gold.