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Metal Detector Rover C

Price Inquiry Discover our new and advanced Rover C ground scan metal and cavity detector with new features:

  • new powerful battery with quick charge
  • wireless headphones
  • integrated light for convenient night search

All of our metal detectors and geophysical detecting instruments are part of the “FS – Future Series”, a line of our latest technology to detect buried objects and underground structures. Beside the measuring instruments it includes our 3D Software which assures a detailed analysis of the measured results.

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The Rover C is a standard device of the upscaled class measuring instruments and is based on an electromagnetic pulse method which can be used to select anomalies in the target area. Thus the device is able to detect the following objects and structures:

  • metal objects like tanks, boxes and pipes
  • voids like grave chambers, caves, tunnels or tombs

The small and transportable form of the Rover C allows the usage of the device in different types of terrain. Measured data can be transfered to a computer or stored temporarily in the internal memory of the device. After completing the measurement the recorded measured values can be analysed in a graphical representation of the 3D-Software. This makes it possible to get exact information about the size and depth of located objects. Precise object forms are only visible if enough measured values has been recorded. The Rover C includes the following functionality:

  • accoustical magnetometer
  • graphical ground scans (manual/automatic)

With the optional available Super Sensor the functionality of the Rover C can be improved. It allows area scans with high resolution as well as discrimination between ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

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Because of the integrated microprocessor technology ground balance, depth measurement and data storage will be performed automatically by the device. The evaluation of the measured data takes place at the computer where the scanned area can be analyzed in a three-dimensional graphic with the help of the 3D-Software.

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