VLF Emitter

VLF is the acronym of Very Low Frequency – and refers to low wave frequency range. Usual VLF (Emitter) devices use a frequency in this range to send an alternating magnetic field into the ground, which can be disturbed by a metallic target. This interruption of the magnetic field can be analyzed in detail and thus allows conclusions on underground targets.

Topics

  • Treasure Hunting
    Treasure Hunting
  • Natural Gold Prospection
    Natural Gold Prospection
  • Militaria Detection
    Militaria Detection
  • Cavity Detection
    Cavity Detection

Control unit

  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 250 x 220 x 170 mm
  • Weight: approx. 7,4 kg
  • Operating temperature: 0°C – 70°C
  • Storage temperature: –20°C – 60°C
  • Waterproof: No
  • Frequency: 7 kHz – 60 kHz
  • Operating time: approx. 3 h (full charged battery, 25°C)
  • Air humidity: 5% – 75%
  • Range: about 10 m
  • Charging Time: approx. 10 h
  • Output: (amplified) 10 W
  • Internal Battery: 24 V
The technical data are average values. Minor deviations are possible during operation.