| JW Fishers Mfg. Pulse 8X underwater metal detector|
comes with everything needed for land & water detecting
The Pulse 8X is a commercial grade underwater metal detector that works as well on land as it does in the water. This detector will locate a variety of targets including jewelry, coins, shell casings, weapons, gold bars, anchors, ordnance, cannons, and pipelines. The Pulse 8X uses state-of-the-art Pulse Induction (PI) technology to detect all metals, ferrous and nonferrous, while ignoring minerals in the environment such as salt water, coral, black sand, and high iron rocks. Fishers detectors are not affected by the material between the metal object and the search coil. The detection range remains the same whether detecting through air, water, silt, sand, soil, coral, or rock. The detector has both audio and visual outputs. Audio is provided by an underwater earphone that tucks under the diver’s mask strap or into a hood. The visual output is displayed on a large, easy to read meter.
The 8X comes with a complete accessory package that has everything needed to use it on land, in the surf, or diving to depths up to 200 feet. Included in the kit are land and underwater earphones, a PVC handle for underwater use, aluminum handle with telescoping coil shaft for land use, AC battery charger, DC battery charger, hip-mount kit, and a heavy duty cordura nylon carry bag. Rechargeable batteries power the detector for 12 full hours. Batteries can easily be field replaced to provide around the clock operation.
One of the most unique features of Fishers detectors are the complete line of interchangeable coils available. The optional coils available are a probe coil, 5 inch coil, 10 inch coil, 16 inch coil, 18 inch coil with 100 foot cable for boat deployment, and an 8 x 48 coil that is mounted on 4 small skis for dragging on the beach or in shallow water.
For more information on the Pulse 8X go to www.jwfishers.com. Click the Product tab at the top of the page, then click on hand-held metal detectors and Pulse 8X.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
JW Fishers Pulse 8X Metal Detectors Assist in Recovery of Shipwreck Artifacts
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