Introduction of Fusion Series:
The metal detector and 3D ground scanner Fusion supports treasure hunters, gold seekers, adventurers and archaeologists to discover lost treasures, buried artifacts, hidden places and other historical items.
The advanced version Professional Plus can be used in vertical and horizontal orientation and supports graphical 3D measurements, acoustic magnetic field measurements and instant live images.
The advanced professional plus version can be used in vertical and horizontal orientation and supports following operating modes:
One of the new detection features is the SRIS search coil that can be used to locate short range metallic objects. This coil can be activated individually by the operator while setting up the operating modes Live Sound, Ground Scan and Live Scan (Ultrasound).
The SRIS search coil can be very useful to pin point targets while digging. It is easy to detect the general position of a buried object with the OKM 3D ground scanner and metal detector OKM Fusion.
When you start digging it can be really hard to exactly match the correct spots of hidden items afterwards. By checking the excavated material with activated SRIS search coil you won’t miss any small object like:
While scanning an unknown area and recording the measure values, the Visualizer 3D Software can immediately analyze and visualize this information to display a color-coded 3D graphic of hidden objects and structures. Thus you will literally “see” all buried treasures, gold objects, archaeological artifacts and any other hidden objects before digging.
Additionally you can determine the size, position and depth of your detected items. So you know where to dig and how deep to dig to find your objects of interest.
|1x||Telescopic rod assembly|
|1x||Windows Tablet PC|
|1x||Software Visualizer 3D Studio Professional Edition|
|1x||Tablet PC mount|
|1x||Waterproof and shock resistant Pelican case|
|1x||USB Bluetooth dongle|
|1x||Charger for control unit|
|1x||Quick Start Guide|
The technical data are average values. Minor deviations are possible during operation.