3D Ground Scanner for Treasure Hunting and Gold Prospection
Ground scanners like the eXp 4500 allow treasure hunters of all levels – entry-level, experienced and professional users – to detect buried treasures in depths that common metal detectors are not able to reach. The multifunctional treasure detector can locate buried relics, ancient artifacts, lost treasures and natural gold minerals.
November 08, 2016
Ancient coins found in the Eastern Mediterranean with eXp 4500
With his eXp 4500 a successful treasure hunter located numerous coins which date back to the 15th century. After repeated measurements in Ground Scan mode and subsequent analysis with Visualizer ...
The high-performance detector eXp 4500 offers exchangeable sensors – tuned and optimized for its special purpose and function. Hence, the lightweight and easy-to-use treasure detector is the perfect device for treasure hunters who look for various kinds of treasures.
The eXp 4500 Pro Plus includes:
Super Sensor for high-resolution ground scans, pinpointing and mineral detection.
Discoveries and treasure finds occur in different sizes and are made of different materials. As a result, treasure hunters who are not specialized on a certain type of finds, need a variety of operating modes and locating methods to find all kinds of hidden treasures at various depths under the surface.
The ground scanner eXp 4500 Professional Plus offers the following scan modes:
Ground Scan: perfect for treasure hunters and archaeologists looking for underground artifacts, treasures and historical objects
Mineral Scan: allows gold prospectors and gold seekers to be more successful in gold panning of natural gold minerals
Pinpointer: supports treasure hunters in locating the correct position of detected items
Magnetometer: helps to locate ferrous metals like iron and steel
Tunnel Scan: specialized to detect underground voids, tunnels, cavities and hollow spaces
Visualization of Treasure Finds and Discoveries
The sensors of the eXp 4500 are directly connected to the control unit which immediately displays the measurement data on the full color screen. These data can be stored in the internal memory of the device and can additionally be transferred to a computer.
On the computer, the specialized software Visualizer 3D allows to evaluate and compare all stored data. Furthermore, the user can determine depth, size and position of detected structures and objects.