Mar 03, 2012, 12:32 PM
long time before, i like this idea to build a metaldetector like Rover UC from OKM.
But this company has a real crazy price policy.
A friend has orderd last year a Rover UC from OKM Emirates for re engineering.
What we see after this, was real terrible. Cheap material without any useful electronic
parts. Its a very tricky company. Thea are still selling GRP Antennas!!!
Not one of devices from them have a GPR technology! Rover UC is not a multifunctional device.
Only the software is multifunctional, but software is using the same input signal for all
Visualizer 3D pictures.
Kellyco write on website about Rover UC
-Visual magnetometer to locate ferromagnetic metal objects underground
-Visual 3d ground scans with manual and automatic impulse mode
(graphical ground scans with three-dimensional analysis directly on the smart phone)
How it is possible to make with a magnetometer a real 3D Groundscan
This is the good one about it
- It is a light weight
- It is adjustable
- Head set is connectable
- all in one it is a very practical design
And this we do not like
- Discrimination between between ferrous and non-ferrousis is not possible!
- high-tech 3d ground scanner! That is the biggest joke!!!
- FM Radio, for what this is useful? (if you need, you can buy a radio or mp3 player for 20US$)
- For what you need camouflage, what you have to hide?
And all this for US$ 12000 (Kellyco price), ONLY ;-)
Last and end we was also builing a useful prototyp in similar design.
- Discrimination: ferrous no ferrous metal: yes (accoustic signal)
- Signal output: accustic
- Adustbale Aluminium Stick
- Mode: automatic
--- and it works
If anybuddy interested on it please send me a PM.
Mar 03, 2012 12:32 PM
May 17, 2012, 02:41 PM
Thanks for the post.
I am looking for system to locate cavities, disturbed soil and buried artifacts. I live in South America. I have 3 sites that I know are proven burial grounds, with several prior escavations.
I can not afford a $12,000 tool. A friend of mine made a good find at one location several years back. His Photo.
I would like to find a affordable used magnetometer () - or if anyone is interested in working with us.
By affordable -I mean hundreds of dollars to $3000- depending on condition or features. We can even work out a cache share... I am open.
You mention you and a friend build one.... is it caesium or proton?