TREASURE DETECTOR (TreasureLight, TreasureHunter, GoldenEye, GoldenEye Plus)

How do treasure detector work?

TreasureDetectors detect spatial variations in the Earth’s magnetic field, caused by anomalies in the ground structure. This technique is widely used to detect and map archaeological artifacts and features as well as in the mineral and oil exploration industries. This kind of survey are used in both terrestrial and marine applications.

How does a treasure detector detect gold?

3D ground scan detectors are best in detecting ferromagnetic objects, but this is not a limitation. Due to high sensitivity and environmental situations where the gold or precious treasures are places, these metal detectors can be the best choice for professional treasure hunters. Disseminated gold, placer gold deposits, or natural gold and veins in consolidated soil can be easily detected by the detector since they are associated with mineralized zones that also contain magnetite or other magnetic minerals. Solid gold can be detected only if it is buried in soil that normally contains a small amount of magnetite or magnetic material or it is placed in a chest or other metallic box. Magnetic holes that are in most cases created by a man when digging a hole at any specific location on the Earth’s crust cause anomalies in the magnetic signatures that can be easily detected by 3d metal detector. Such holes often hide gold or other valuable objects. In other words, classic metal detectors are much better when the goal is to find a single coin buried up to 30 cm under that sand on the beach or discriminate between different metals, while 3D metal detectors perform better when users seek bigger treasures that can be buried way deeper and non-metallic objects (placer gold deposits, chests, caves, tunnels, caverns..) that cannot be found by classic metal detectors, but in many cases hide gold or other precious treasures. Treasure detectors determine object material and gold with the shape and color of a 3D ground scan. So we can determine if an object is ferromagnetic or not. If it's not it's a good chance of gold detection. For example, if the 3D ground scan is mostly positive RED or YELLOW color it's good indicator of non-ferromagnetic materials. If the object is not ferromagnetic (gold, silver, aluminum) positive signal with a small chair below the peak of the signal. It is a good indicator you have detect the Gold target.

What's the correct use of your treasure detector?

Make sure you are connected to smartphone phones via Bluetooth to excess smart features like a 3D Ground scan. Check the detector battery and assemble the detector properly. When performing a scan make sure not to swing the device and keep it close to the ground. perform steady, slow, and vertical movements during scanning. For better scanning results balance the detector frequently before every scan. When the object is detected, scan the area from different sides and with different settings to narrow down the possibility of what the target is. When using depth function make sure to set correct setting about soil material.

How to balance treasure detector?

With ground balancing we calibrate the detector device to local ground, this eliminates false signals from minerals, enabling the detector to detect deeper and provide more accurate Target ID results. Balancing means eliminating the ground presence and detecting only object present in the ground. The ground balance is done when entering any scan mode. By short pressing the main button the detector sets to ground zero. Make sure that you balance the treasures detector away from metallic and electronic objects and over an area of the ground without any object presence for reaching the best results in balancing.

Can a treasure detector tell you what the target is?

Yes, a treasure detector can determine objects, material, size, shape, and depth. Object material is usual to determine with the shape of a scanned signal. For a ferromagnetic material like iron, the scan signal is going from the positive to a negative level, resolution in a nice sine sign. For non-ferromagnetic materials like gold, we see only a positive signal with a little dip on the peak. For non-metallic objects like a cave, scan results only in negative showing wave-like dent. Size and shape can be read, only in 3D ground scan mode where we can clearly see the object size depending on the scan area and shape because it's displayed on the smartphone. Depth is calculated with the depth function.

How deep does a treasure detector detect targets?

The maximum detection depth of the treasure detector is approximately 30m or 100ft. The detection depth depends on the ground material. Different soil materials have different mineralization so make sure to set settings correctly in-depth indication mode. The detection depth also depends on the target material and size. For example, bigger targets can be detected deeper than smaller targets. Iron objects can be detected deeper into the ground than aluminum objects.

What kind of objects can be discovered using treasure detectors?

Precious metals like gold and silver, ancient bronze objects, caves, tunnels, caverns, water sites, tombs, vases, graves, underground pipelines, oil wells, old wine cellars, world war findings.

Can treasure detector detect gems?

In nature, diamonds are found in areas where there have been volcanic activity or erosion and where natural elements such as streams, rivers, or glaciers might have taken them. Prospectors follow the indicator trail back to gold or the volcanic pipe which may contain diamonds. Interestingly, some of the same indicator minerals for gold are also indicators for diamonds. Among the most common indicator minerals for diamonds are chromium garnets, glassy green olivine, black micro-ilmenite, and magnetite. Garnet and magnetite are also both good indicators for gold. So, if you find gold, there may be a diamond rock nearby. Also, pure crystals of garnet are valuable gemstones. Garnet varieties occur in shades of green, red, yellow, and orange. In other words, metal detectors will not directly detect gemstones, diamonds, and pearls, what a metal detector can do is to lead you to indicator minerals, that are present in places that hide all these precious treasures.

Can a metal detector tell depth?

Depth estimation is a very complex thing and it almost impossible to implement it to make perfect due to these reasons: - There can be several targets at one place at a different depth, since device it is not able to know that, it takes into calculation the sum of all - User is able to select soil, but in a real-world environment, it is hard to define the type of soil 100% since it is mixed - Objects come in different shapes, mass, and material, so it is hard to predict what exactly take into account So in practice, it only gives a very approximate estimation about how deep the target can be. Results are always better if the right type of soil is selected in-depth function.