Could someone explain...

Dtektor

Active Member
#1
I have been watching quite a few MD YouTube vids lately and whenever someone is hunting wih a Minelab machine on land they often give reference numbers for the target they have located such as "it is a 1545 at 6 inches...". Please explain this readout information. I currently hunt with a Fisher 1280X mainly on dirt.
 

Dtektor

Active Member
#5
The first number as 15 is the Ferrous number. The second 45 is the conductive quality of the metal. Usually shown as 15/45. The depth gauge shown is 6 inches for that target. Audio sounds add to that and hopefully show a good target.
A 12/44,45,46 etc can often indicate a silver target.
Doc
Thanks DigginDoc. Your explanation was excellent.
 

against the wind

Well-Known Member
#6
The first number as 15 is the Ferrous number. The second 45 is the conductive quality of the metal. Usually shown as 15/45. The depth gauge shown is 6 inches for that target. Audio sounds add to that and hopefully show a good target.
A 12/44,45,46 etc can often indicate a silver target.
Doc
WELL DONE DOC, EVEN I UNDERSTOOD THAT;)
 
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