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General description of "Future I-160" metal detector and 3d ground scanner

The Future I-160 metal detector and 3d ground scanner is designed to detect sub-surface buried objects. It is a professional measuring instrument with a multi-sensor antenna array containing 16 Elliptical Area Multipoint Sensors (EAMS) with a resolution of 0,015 uT and a sampling rate of 50 Hz. This very unique multi-sensor array is able to reflect scanned ground data in a graphical three-dimensional representation within the professional Visualizer 3D software.

This makes the Future I-160 metal detector and 3d ground scanner able to detect various sub-surface structures and hidden items like:

The Future I-160 metal detector and 3d ground scanner is a professional geophysical detector equipped with a very high resolution antenna. The metal detector can store a measurement within its internal memory or transmit data in Real-Time to a laptop PC. The unit also has a Live-Scan feature allowing the operator to see buried objects as they pass over them.

Metal Detector Future I-160

The simple to operate Visualizer 3D software enables the operator to quickly identify sub-surface objects and other anomalies. Detailed graphics are the basis for identifying the objects as well as being able to estimate the exact size and depth. With its compact antenna design, the device is not only usable for conducting scans in even ground conditions but also where the terrain is not even.

The Future I-160 metal detector includes the following functionality:

With the advancements in micro-processing technologies, OKM has been able to configure the ground balance mode directly within the metal detector unit. Calibrating the Future I-160 metal detector and 3d ground scanner is also not necessary, this function is also performed prior to every scan or measurement made. Not having to ground balancing or calibrate the detector gives the operator less to worry about and more time to complete the work necessary.

The Visualizer 3D software completes all of the computations and displays the results instantly, either from a saved scan or in Real-Time using the Live-Scan mode of the Future I-160 metal detector and 3d ground scanner.