CoBra Metal Detectors
2- On the waist fastened frequency box with 4 mode outputs, able to search in requested frequencies; gold, silver, water, gap search modes.
1- Mounting of the colour TFD screen box with 001 to 999 frequency output, capable to filter abstract generated areas in the underground, and electrode rods.
3- 12 V, 3.4 A dry battery with box protection; used at depth measurement of buried troves.
4- 15 m cable + 2 x into the soil rammed electrode rods, used at depth measurement for the detection of buried chambers
5- Holding and usage method of 2 sets of bio-energy loaded search antennas, used for the determination of the targets in form of single guns.
6- 4 x 43 cm long search antennas and bio-energy loaded metal coated tubes, used by 2 persons mutually and their holding methods
7- Mounting and apparatus of 2 x connection cables for on the waist fastened frequency boxes
8- Sponge coated special protective case and the arrangement and full set view of the COBRA LRL area scanning electronic devices.
Cobra LonG Range Locator
INFORMATION ON COBRA LRL AND AREA SEARCH METHODS
In ancient times, before there were any metal detectors, underground imaging systems and resistivity devices for finding gold reserves, water sources, underground cavities, silver and iron ores, people had performed searches with very primitive methods, using simple metal rods, today namely called rods, they had made by diverse methods in order to find troves or mine ores. But it should not be forgotten that these people had an excellent skills and techniques for reading the terrain, pre-exploration and trailing. And they had nothing else. Though these rods were not that reliable, they could achieve the result by their
USER’S GUIDE FOR THE SINGLE ANTENNAS OF THE COBRA LRL DETECTORS
Prior to starting to search with Cobra LRL, after having assembled the frequency box, fastened on the wais, and the connection arms, the receiver antennas should be held horizontal to the ground at wais level, and the search should be initiated. During the search works, the antennas should be kept horizontal to the ground and it should be walked with slow steps and allowed the antennas to catch the target and direct towards it. The antennas should be held as indicated on the images below. When the Cobra search detector starts to detect the target, it will be seen that the antennas start to rotate towards the direction of the target. When the Cobra LRL is over the target, it will be seen that the antennas cross each other. Detailed explained information is to be found in the schematic drawings below and the directing methods
HOW TO PERFORM THEMOUNTING, CHARGING AND CONNECTIONS
The colour TFD display indicator with filtering feature of the Cobra LRL includes a charger, on the waist fastened 4 mode frequency box at 12 V - 1.300 mA,12 V - 0.800 mA battery used at the depth computation and a 12 V - 7.000 mA power supply and is charged at 220 Volt power. Connect to the charger when the battery indicator on the display box gets weak due to decreasing voltage. Connect to the charger when the sound and signals of the on the wais fastened 4mode frequency box should get weak. The power supply, used at the depth computation, should be charged after 2 depth computation try outs.
In order to perform searches in Gold mode with the COBRA LRL, you should ram the electrode rods of the frequency transmitter with filtering screen 5 cm deep into the soil, turn it on, set it to the gold mode and start with the target and area scanning.
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CoBra Detection Technology
experience and knowledge. At present, with the development of electronic devices and the supportive features of chemical elements, scanners and detectors, with which you can find precious metal ores and troves from remote distances for the search of treasuries and troves. Finding the location of precious metals from remote distances will not be difficult by the usage of the COBRA LRL area scanning detector with very developed and technological electronic circuits, being used by a skilled and experienced operator.