مشخصات و امکانات فلزیاب Silver Sabre II – سیلور سابر 2 ساخت TESORO – تسورو آمریکا
- فرکانس 12 کیلو هرتز
- Searchcoil نوع مرکزی
- Searchcoil حجم 8 قطر
- طول کابل تقریبا 3
- فرکانس های صوتی تقریبا 750 هرتز
- خروجی صدا 1 1/2 سخنران
- سازگاری هدفون 1/4 جک گوشی استریو
- وزن (ممکن است کمی متفاوت باشد) 3 پوند است.
- باتری 9 ولت DC
- 2EA. باتری های قلیایی 9V
- عمر باتری (معمولی) 15 تا 30 ساعت
- درجه حرارت مطلوب 30 درجه تا 100 درجه F
- رطوبت مطلوب 0 تا 75٪ R.H.
- عامل حالت تمام فلزی
- سیستم کارکرد موج گیرنده و فرستنده
- توانایی شناسایی فلزات و تفکیک آن به دو گروه فلزات آهنی و غیرآهنی
- دارای مد حساسیت زمین جهت کارکردن در زمین های مختلف
- قدرت ولتاژ 17 ولت
- کلید جهت تنظیم در هر شرایط از خاک
- دارای مد تفکیک فلزات جهت کارکردن در هر شرایط از خاک
- دارای مد تفکیک فلزات جهت رد کردن فلزات بی ارزش
- توانایی رد کردن سایزهای مختلف فلزات معدنی، رطوبتی و…
- شناسایی و تفکیک فلزات
- عمق کاوش مفید 1/30 متر در زمین
Your new TESORO
Metal Detector was designed to provide you with many happy hours of enjoyment in the most rewarding hobby I can think of – treasure hunting. Ahead of you lie fascinating and exciting experiences as you step into the past – uncovering artifacts lost by past generations. I wish we could share these experiences with you, and we wish you the best of success.
Your TESORO Metal Detector is capable of meeting your needs in any conceivable treasure hunting situation. As with any detector, operating skill and familiarity with this instrument are probably the limiting factors in determining how successful you will be. We recommend that you read this manual and understand fully before attempting to use the instrument in the field. As you become more familiar with your detector through practice, your rate of success will increase dramatically.
The TESORO Metal Detector is a precision electronic instrument, which will last for years if properly cared for. Treat it right and it won’t let you down.
The Silver Sabre II is high performance metal detector that is capable of rejecting ground mineralization and buried metallic trash simultaneously. The Silver Sabre II was designed to satisfy the requirements of the serious treasure hunters, whether they are experienced or not. Design emphasis was placed on performance and easy of use, while minimizing or eliminating those troublesome adjustments and features that could cause a loss of performance if not used properly. The result is a powerful light-weight detector which uses only three controls to provide full VLF capabilities. The mechanical configuration places the controls where they can all be adjusted with the index finger of the hand holding the detector.
The Silver Sabre II utilizes Tesoro’s advanced High Gain Sensitivity circuitry which will provide greater depth in particular environments plus a higher degree of sensitivity to smaller less conductive targets such as gold jewelry. An expanded discriminator is added for greater selectivity of hard to identify targets previously detectable only when hunting in All Metal mode. The Silver Sabre II is easily converted to hip mount operation without the need of kit or tools. Additional eight foot length of soft braided shield cable eliminates the need of an extension cable. Tesoro’s exclusive monolithically shielded search coil compliments the technical advancements engineered into your new Silver Sabre II.
The Silent Search discriminate mode is based on motion, which means that the search coil must be moving slightly to detect a target. The motion required is so slight that pin-pointing is possible in this mode, however a no motion All Metal mode is included, which with the 8 inch open center searchcoil makes pinpointing a very simple task. The automatic ground rejection circuitry is set to allow operation in virtually any mineralization you might encounter, although operation may be difficult in black sand.
The Silver Sabre II is furnished with an 8″ open center concentric searchcoil. We feel that this coil will provide excellent performance in most situations. The open center greatly simplifies pinpointing. Optional searchcoils of 4″, 8 1/2″, and 11″ are available to tailor your Silver Sabre II to suit other hunting situations. A guide to selecting the proper optional coil is included in the section of Field Use.
As with any detector, the familiarity of the user with the instrument will have a great deal to do with how successful the treasure hunter is. We recommend that you read and understand this manual fully before attempting to use the instrument in the field.
Be sure to fill out and mail your warranty registration card to validate your warranty.
Assembly of the Silver Sabre II is very simple, and requires no special tools. The only assembly required is to mount the searchcoil to the end of the lower stem and install the lower stem and lock assembly to the upper stem.
Depress the two buttons on the upper end of the lower stem, and slide it into the upper stem. Push the lower stem up so that the buttons click into the third set of holes from the end of the upper stem.
Insert the pole tip between the mounting ears of the searchcoil, after removing the screw and thumb nut. Align the holes in the pole tip and those in the mounting ears.
Insert the coil mounting screw through the coil and pole tip. Be sure the internal tooth lockwasher is on the screw head side.
Install the thumb nut on the screw and tighten by hand.
Wind the searchcoil cable around the pole by depressing the spring buttons and turning the lower stem around several times as necessary.
The control housing is already mounted on the pole, as shipped from the factory, so all that is necessary is to insert the searchcoil connector into the control housing connector, and tighten finger tight.
Use the two velcro straps to hold the cable tight against the pole.
To use the detector as a body mount, simply remove the control housing from the upper pole by depressing the spring nuts in the plastic mounting piece, and slide the control housing off the pole.
Insert the searchcoil connector into the control housing connector and then finger tighten.
Use the two velcro straps to clamp the searchcoil cable. It will be best for you to sometimes move the straps so that the wear on the cable is spread over a large area.
Obviously, converting the unit from body to pole mount or vice versa, is simply putting the control housing back on the pole, or removing it from the pole. Be sure to keep the searchcoil cable wound tight enough around the pole that it doesn’t flap right over searchcoil housing. The Silver Sabre II is strong enough to see the tiny cable wires moving, and can give you false signals if the cable is too loose.
The searchcoil angle and stem length should be adjusted so that the unit is not uncomfortable or tiring after long periods of use. The stem length is adjusted by depressing the spring buttons and extending or shortening the pole till they click into the holes that give you the most comfortable setting. The coil should be about one inch above the ground while standing erect. Adjust the angle of the searchcoil, so that the coil is parallel to the ground. Tighten the searchcoil thumb nut by hand to maintain this setting.
The arm rest on the rear of the handle can be moved forward by removing the screws and nuts, and reinstalling the assembly into the most forward set of holes.
Operating Frequency 12 kHz
Searchcoil Type Concentric
Searchcoil Size 8″ diameter
Cable Length Approx. 3’
Audio Frequency Approx. 750 Hz
Audio Output 1 1/2″ speaker
Headphone Compatibility 1/4″ stereo earphone jack
Weight (may vary slightly) 3 lbs.
Battery Requirement 9 volts DC
2 ea. 9V alkaline batteries
Battery Life (typical) 15 to 30 hours
Optimum Temperature Range 30° to 100° F
Optimum Humidity 0 to 75% R.H.
Operating Modes All Metal
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