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Fisher Gold Bug Pro a simple lightweight gold detector
with best performance ever to find smallest gold nuggets
in all hard terrains.
Fisher Gold Bug Pro has a high sensitivity to detect natural gold nuggets
with its reliable induction balance system also a special designed search coils.
Fisher Gold Bug Pro is favorite detector for hunting small gold nuggets in locations
with exposed bedrock and shallow soils and all terrain types.
Gold Bug Pro is recommended device for beginners who have never detected for gold before ,
because of its simplicity as it is easy to learn and use unlike some more
complex gold detectors with numerous toggles, buttons, and switches,
the Gold Bug Pro has just two knobs, buttons to ground balance, and an LCD screen.
Fisher Gold Bug Pro Features
– 2 Operation Modes
1 – All Metal Mode:
It is more sensitive than the Discrimination Mode,
so it is used to find all types of metal objects in the ground;
the search coil must be in motion for objects to be detected.
2 – Discrimination Mode:
It is used to eliminate trash metal objects (such as nails, foil, pull-tabs) from detection;
the search coil must be in motion to detect metal.
The Discrimination Mode is less sensitive to small and deep
objects than the All Metal Mode.
Fisher Gold Bug Pro finds the smallest natural gold nuggets in any terrain whatsoever
or any soils even highly mineralized soils.
– Ground Grab®
The device has advanced ground balance feature via Ground Grab technology
as it is a computerized ground balancing which cancels the unwanted signals coming
from the ground minerals , while still detecting the signals from buried metal objects.
Industry’s First Variable Break point tone discrimination system
– Threshold & Gain Controls
Available as knobs below the display screen to adjust following values:
1 – Gain:
This refers to the detector’s sensitivity, the higher the setting,
the deeper objects can be found, and therefore more sensitive the
detector is to very small metal objects.
2 – Threshold:
controls the detector’s audio level.
as positive threshold values amplify the audio response of
weak target signals.
But negative threshold values suppress sensitivity
– Ground Phase
This value indicates the type of minerals in the soil;
the ground phase may change value within an area.
– Fe3O4 Bar graph
The Fe3o4 7-segment bar graph indicates the amount of ground mineralization,
independent of type, expressed as an equivalent volume concentration of magnetite (Fe3o4).
It updates every second. It is sensitive to motion and will give the most accurate readings
if user pump the search coil up and down several times over the ground.
The presence of metal or “hot rocks” will cause the readings to be inaccurate
so if user stops moving the search coil, the bar graph will go blank.
– Signal Indicator
The lower-left bar graph on screen designates signal strength
only when operating in discrimination mode.
The signal strength indicator at the bottom left of the screen
indicates how large or close the buried metal target is.
If all bars are illuminated, the target is large or close to the search coil.
But if one or two bars are illuminated, the target is far away or small, or both.
– Depth Indicator
When operating in Discrimination Mode, a target’s location and size
can be verified using the Pin Point control.
While holding the Pin Point button, the Depth indicator will appear.
The number beneath depth represents the distance of the object, in inches,
from the search coil.
The Depth scale is calibrated to coin-sized objects.
But for objects other than a coin, the numeric value is a relative measure of the target’s depth.
– Audio Feedback
When a target is detected, the device will respond with two types of sound:
* V.C.O. (Voltage Controlled Oscillator) which is an audio response
with variable pitch and volume.
* A low tone beep.
The stronger the target signal, the higher the volume
and the higher the audio pitch.
Very weak signals will have the faintest volume and lowest pitch,
for this reason, the use of headphones is always recommended
for detecting the smaller and deeper targets
– Digit Target Indicator
In Discrimination Mode the 2-digit target indicator, in the middle of the screen,
provides a specific target value to help identify buried targets more accurately.
With practice in the field, you will learn to associate target values with the probable identification
of buried objects.
The target value can vary each time the search coil passes over the target,
depending upon the orientation of the object and its distance from the search coil.
– Other Features
– Dual Headphone Jacks
– 19 kHz Operating Frequency
– Ultra-Simple User Interface
– Main Unit of device
– Demountable Handle
– User Manual & DVD
– Warranty for one year from Manufacturer