C-Scope CS1MX Metal Detector Air Test
Today I done a quick air test with my C-Scope CS1MX. The test was done with the metal detector in all metal mode and at full power with a slight hum coming through the speaker. The battery's that were used have had about 5 hours use before this test was carried out. This was just a quick air test using items that I had close to hand. The depth was decided when the signal was repeatable both ways. Anything less like a choppy or one sided signal was dismissed.
My results were as follows:
Medium Sized Silver chain: 7 Inches
2 Pence Piece: 8 Inches
1 Pence Piece: 7 Inches
Children's Small Gold ring: 6½ Inches
Musket Ball: 9 Inches
1 Euro Cent: 6 Inches
The results might have been a bit better if I was using a brand new battery. Not bad results though considering the metal detectors price.
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