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JEOHUNTER USER MANUAL IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

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INDEX

Accessories and Components ……………………….…….………………..5

System Unit…………….. …………………………………………….……….9

Assembly and Charging the Battery ……………………………………….13

Ground Setting ……………………………….………………………………19

Ground Setting Phases ……………………………………………………..25

Explore Mode ………… ……………………………………………………. 29

Jeohunter Technical Properties ………………………………………….36

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CAUTION !

PLEASE DO NOT START

ASSEMBLING OR USING BEFORE

READING THE WARNINGS SECTION!

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WARNINGS!

1. SINCE THE DEVICE IS ELECTRONIC AND VERY

SENSITIVE; NEVER ASSEMBLE AND OPERATE BEFORE

READING THE USER MANUAL.

2. DO NOT START SEARCHING BEFORE MAKING GROUND

SETTINGS. IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE THAT THE

DEVICE OPERATE CORRECTLY UNLESS THE GROUND

SETUP IS MADE.

3. DO NOT USE ANY OTHER DETECTOR OR A DEVICE

THAT EMIT MAGNETIC WAVES WITHIN 10 m PROXIMITY

OF THE DEVICE.

4. PREVENT THE DEVICE FROM ABRUPT MOVEMENTS

AND POSSIBLE SHOCK.

5. DO NOT EXPOSE THE DETECTOR HEAD TO DIRECT

HEAT; DO NOT EXERT FORCE DURING ASSEMBLY AND

USE.

6. THE BATTERY SHOULD BE DECENTLY PLACED IN ITS

CASING AND CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN “+” “-“ POLES

ARE NOT CONNECTED BY A METAL PIECES.

7. DO NOT EXPOSE THE BATTERY TO HEAT.

8. CHARGE THE BATTERY IN ROOM TEMPERATURE.

9. DO NOT EXERT PRESSURE ON THE LCD MONITOR.

SOME METALS THAT ARE BURIED UNDER GROUND FOR A

LONG TIME AND ROTTEN LIKE SHEET STEEL AND TIN (LEAD,

GALVANIZE etc.) MAY IN SOME CASES MAY GIVE AN

IMPRESSION AS GOLD.

POSITION OF METALS UNDER THE GROUND INFLUENCE

PERCEPTION OF THE DEVICE AND MAY CAUSE AN EFFECT AS

GOLD OR PRECIOUS METAL.

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PARTS AND ACCESSORIES

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1. Electronic System Box and Case:

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t is the part where the detector sockets, earphone socket joystick feed

socket and battery socket are located and where measurement results

are evaluated and displayed on the LCD monitor. There is a carrying

apparatus for easy transport of this system.

2. 360x440 Detector Head:

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t is the system that consists of the detector head for general purposes.

There are no LEDs on this system and operator follows the results on a

LCD monitor located on the system box. This system can only be used in

LCD mode.

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3. Batteries:

14.8 V, 4 Ampere Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries.

Battery Operating Voltage (Min): 12 V

Battery Operating Voltage (Max): 14.8 V

Battery Current: 4 A

Battery Life: 4-6 hours

4. Battery Charger:

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t is a device to charge 14.8 V 4 Ampere

Lithium Ion batteries.

Input: AC 100-240 V / 50-60 Hz / 1A (City

mains)

Output: DC 12 – 16.8 V / 400 mA

Charge duration: 10 hours

5. Carrying Case:

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t is a case used for transport and storing of

the System box, the 210x315 Detector Head,

the 400x600 Detector Head and accessories.

6. Earphone:

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t is the piece that maintains vocal

communication between the detector and

the operator. Waterproof speaker on the

electronic system is turned off when using

the earphone to enable only the operator

to hear the sound of the detector.

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SYSTEM UNIT

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ELECTRONIC SYSTEM UNIT

1- GROUND: The key that allows switching to Ground Setting mode in

LCD system mode.

2- SETUP : The key that allows switching to the Settings Menu.

3- DEPTH : The key that enables the device to switch to diameter screen

and carry out depth analysis.

4- RECORD : The key that enables entry to recording screen in addition to

recording the report in report analysis section.

5- RESET: Resets all detector settings (Default Settings) in reference to

recent settings whenever resetting is done.

6- “ – “ : The minus key.

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7 - “+”: The plus key.

8- - SCAN: A key that enables analyzing a target when pressed passing

over it.

9- ACCEPT: The key that approves the related function and enable to

switch to the previous menu.

10 – COMMUTATOR: The commutator that is used for selecting

between device turn off and system selection.

11 – LCD: The section that presents data to the operator in LCD system.

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ASSEMBLY AND CHARGING THE

BATTERIES

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1. ASSEMBLY:

Detector head is taken off the carrying case and telescopic extension

tube is inserted, piece Nr.1 into piece Nr.2 as shown in the diagram and

tighten the sleeve.

The detector head is dismounted from the extension tube when packing

in the carrying case. Dismantling is carried out as the reverse of the

process described above.

CAUTION: Do not take apart the screws that connect the

Connecting piece and Detector Head. Take off only the telescopic

tube without damaging cable coil and suitably store in the carrying

case.

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DETECTOR HEAD CONNECTION

Transmits the data received from detector head to the Electronic system

box. The 5 pin “A” plugs shown in the above figure are connected to

socket “A” on the system box.

EARPHONE CONNECTION

Enables signal sound to be switched from external loudspeaker to the

earphone. The “B” plug shown in the figure in the previous page is

connected to socket “B” on the system box.

BATTERY CONNECTION

The batteries shown in the previous page is located in the direction of the

arrow in the system box and battery compartment lid is closed. The

battery is so placed that the poles on the battery is in contact with the

springs mounted in the battery compartment.

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2. CHARGING THE BATTERIES:

Battery Charger State without Batteries

Installed: When the charger is connected to

the mains plug, the green light on the

charger is lit and triggers a short alarm tone.

Detection of a defective Battery: When a

defective battery is connected to the charger

green light on the charger blinks 5 times, a

short beep tone is heard and the green light

turns into red, blinks repeatedly and frequent

beeps are heard. In such a case do not use

the battery and contact the manufacturer.

Detection of a fully charged battery:

When the battery is connected to the

charger green light on the charger blinks 5

times and short beeps are heard, the green

light turns into yellow, blinks repeatedly and

infrequent beeps are heard. This indicates

that the battery is full.

Detection and Charging of a Depleted

Battery: When a depleted battery is

connected to the charger green light on the

charger blinks 5 times, 10 short beeps are

heard and the green light turns into blue that

blinks for a short period. During this period

the charger sets the battery charging

current. When the setup is completed a

short beep sound is heard and charging

starts.

ATTENTION: During the setting period do not disconnect the

battery from the charger.

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During the charging process the blinking sequence of the blue

light decreases to 3 seconds, the battery is charged during this

period and ready for use. When the battery is fully charged a

short beep is heard and the blue light turns into yellow.

The charging period required for a fully depleted battery to

be fully charged is 10 hours.

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GROUND SETTING

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Turn the COMMUTATOR “ON”

When the device is on the screen

system is enabled and the device

detects the installed detector head

and prepares for that detector head.

If no detector head is installed on the

device a warning is displayed on the

screen.

Coil and System Error Warnings:

If there is an error in the detector head or in the system “SERCHING

HEAD FAULT” or “SYSTEM FAULT” warning lights blink at the bottom of

the screen and a sound alarm is heard to warn the operator after the

device is switched on. In this case the operator should switch off the

device, check the connectors and witch on the device again. If the

warning persists authorized service should be called.

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Checking Battery Charge Level:

The device switches to “Ground

Adjustment” section after it

detects the detector head. At

the bottom of this section there

is an area that indicates battery status and the operator detects battery

status by referring to this area. When battery charge decreases device

settings change and may cause some errors. Make sure not to use the

device and charge the batteries when a single bar is full. If the battery is

depleted or does not have adequate charge switch off the device and

charge the batteries installing the charger.

Adjusting LIGHT Level:

“SETUP” button is pressed for

adjusting the level of light of the device

in whatever mode is it in.

The current adjusted light level is displayed as % on the screen.

Select the “LIGHT” mode by pressing “+” and “-“ keys as described

above. After this mode is selected press the “ACCEPT“ button, the light

indicator bar will turn from yellow into green. Adjust the light level by

pressing “+” and “-“ keys and press “ACCEPT” button. The green

indicator bar turns back into yellow. Now the light level is adjusted as you

desired and you can switch to the previous mode by pressing “SETUP”

button.

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Adjustment of SOUND Level:

“SETUP” button is pressed for adjusting

the level of sound of the device in

whatever mode is it in.

The current adjusted sound level is displayed as % on the screen.

Select the “SOUND” mode by pressing “+” and “-“ keys as described

above. After this mode is selected press the “ACCEPT“ button, the

sound indicator bar will turn from yellow into green. Adjust the sound

level by pressing “+” and “-“ keys and press “ACCEPT” button. The green

indicator bar turns back into yellow. Now the sound level is adjusted as

you desired and you can switch to the previous mode by pressing

“SETUP” button.

Adjustment of SENSITIVITY Level:

“SETUP” button is pressed for adjusting the level of sound of the device

in whatever mode is it in.

The current adjusted sensitivity level is displayed as % on the screen.

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Select the “SENSITIVITY” mode by pressing “+” and “-“ keys as

described above. After this mode is selected press the “ACCEPT“ button

the sensitivity indicator bar will turn from yellow into green. Adjust the

sensitivity level by pressing “+” and “-“ keys and press “ACCEPT” button.

The green indicator bar turns back into yellow. Now the sensitivity level is

adjusted as you desired and you can switch to the previous mode by

pressing “SETUP” button.

Adjustment of IRON Mode:

“ADJUST” button is pressed for

switching the level of worthless mode of

the device on and off in whatever mode

is it in.

The current IRON mode is displayed as open or closed.

You may find more detailed information about the properties of this mode

and how it is used in following sections.

Using the RESET Button:

When the device is in use some

interference may occur due to the

environment or unbalanced detector

head movement. These interferences

start to show on the screen and cause

the device to give a sound alarm.

Resetting can be done by pressing

the “RESET” button on the system

box. By resetting the effects of interference are eliminated. Resetting

should not be done when the detector head is over the target! This will

cause loss of depth, misinterpretation of received signal and the target

become invisible to the device. Resetting procedure is carried out

after the detector head is removed away from the target.

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WHAT IS GROUND SETTING AND HOW IT IS DONE?

In our country land formation and soil composition vary in relation to

regions. In some regions the composition may vary frequently (Sand,

lime, red earth with dense mineral content, rocky formation, etc.).

These variations in soil composition mislead the detector and cause

perception as metal or void. Therefore first we have to launch the soil

characteristics of the region to the detector’s system. Launching these

data will block all misleading effects that may come up from the ground;

these will be perceived as misleading signals from the ground, and thus

eliminated.

Ground setting is one of the most important provisions of exploration.

Therefore the operator should be a keen observer and should be able to

detect variations in the ground. He has to observe soil compositions

continuously to be able to make ground adjustment again in case

misleading signals the device will perceive results from variations in soil

composition.

Ground setting is made for the device to recognize the soil and not to be

affected by it. Thus the device is not affected from metal or void

reflections of varying soil compositions. If ground setting is not properly

done it will cause loss of depth and minerals to be evaluated as metals

or voids. Therefore ground settings should be made as correctly as

possible.

Considering the general condition of land formation in our country, a

ground setting system is established that will eliminate ground effect on

the device.

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HOW IS GROUND SETTING DONE?

When the device is switched on it starts with the GROUND ADJUST”

mode. Ground adjustment should be done before using the device for

correct results. During exploration when soil composition has changed

and when ground adjustment has to be done again switch to ground

mode by pressing the “GROUND” button and re-adjust ground settings

after checking existing settings.

Ground Setting Phases

1. When the device is switched on in “LCD” mode,

ground adjustment is displayed automatically.

2. Lift the detector head 40 cm above ground and

press the “RESET” button.

3. When in ground mode the effect of ground on

the device is displayed on the monitor as “Ground Effect”. This effect

will change when ground adjustment is made.

4. Make sure that there are no metals or voids in the ground where

ground setting will be made. If ground setting could not be adjusted

it will be repeated in a neighboring area.

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5. The operator lifts the detector head “40 cm” above ground and after

resetting lower the detector head “5-10 cm” parallel to the ground.

6. If there is no ground effect on the

device there is no interaction on

the bar that is indicated in the

figure and “Ground Setting 100%

Completed” expression is

displayed. In this case the device

is ready for exploring and you may

switch to explore mode by

pressing the “ACCEPT” button.

7. In case there is ground effect on

the device an interaction is

observed in the “GROUND

ADJUST” bars that are indicated

in the figure. To eliminate this

effect press “-“ button for “-“ effect

and press “+” button for “+” effect.

Press “-“ or “+” buttons until this

effect is eliminated and “Ground

Setting 100% Completed”

expression is displayed.

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8. After pressing “+” or “-“ buttons lift the detector head 40 cm above

ground and press the “RESET” button and observe the ground effect

by holding the detector head 5-10 cm above ground, if ground effect

persists try to eliminate this effect by pressing “+” or “-“ buttons.

9. If we are not able to eliminate the ground effect decrease the

sensitivity level one step and repeat the above defined operation.

10. After the ground effect is eliminated you may press the “ACCEPT”

button and switch to Explore Mode.

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EXPLORE MODE

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After “GROUND“ setting is

completed “ACCEPT” button is pressed

and switched to Explore Mode.

The detector head is lifted 40 cm above ground and the “RESET”

button is pressed.

Hold the detector head 5-10 cm above and parallel to the ground.

You can explore by moving the detector head slowly with a right o left

sweeping motion or by walking straight. Try to detect a target by

exploring his way.

When the device detects a metal

or a void it gives a sound alarm and

interaction occur on CAVITY, METAL,

IRON and VALUABLE bars according

to the power of the signal. At the same

time the effect of the target can be

monitored on the graph above the

bars. Metal targets are indicated with

upper projecting lines and void targets

are indicated with lower projecting

lines on this graph.

Ground effect that may be formed together with the target is also

displayed on the display. This ground effect is indicated to the operator

as “CAVITY” or “METAL”

If the target is a CAVITY, there is

a raise on the “CAVITY” bar and

decrease in the graph. The intensity of

the “CAVITY” bar is indicated as % on

top depending on the magnitude of

the effect of target.

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If the target is valuable metal,

there is a raise both on the “METAL”

and ”VALUABLE” that is expressed

in % depending on the magnitude of

the effect. The effect of metal can be

monitored in the graph on top of the

bars.

If the target is worthless metal

there is a raise both on the “METAL”

“IRON” that is expressed in %

depending on the magnitude of the

effect.

When an alarm is received from the device over any point; the

device is taken away from the target and reset in an area where no

signal is received and the detector head is passed over the same target

again. If there is increase in the “CAVITY” bar, our target is a void. If

there is increase in the “METAL” and “VALUABLE” or “IRON” bar, our

target is a metal. If required the “RESET” button is pressed and detector

head is passed over the target once more. This last operation is done to

be sure about the result.

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Worthless Metals Elimination Function:

The device can enable to filter the

worthless metals by the device and

warn the operator if desired. For this

operation “IRON” mode should be

off. To switch off this mode press

“SETUP” button when in explore or

ground modes. Select the “IRON”

mode by pressing the “+” key. After

selecting this mode press the

“ACCEPT” button. Place the frame

that turns from yellow to into green on “OFF” and press the “ACCEPT”

button again. After this operation press “SETUP” button to switch to the

previous mode. Following this step the device will filter worthless metals.

To be able to detect worthless metals again this mode should be

switched back to “ON” mode by repeating above mentioned operation.

Getting and Analysis report by Analyzing the Target:

To get an analysis report by analyzing the detected target during

exploration:

Press the “RESET” button by

removing the detector head

off the target after the target

is detected.

Press and hold the “SCAN”

button when passing over the

target again slowly. At that

moment the device analyzes

the target.

Release the “SCAN” button after you pass overt the target.

After this operation the device

presents the “ANALYSIS

REPORT” to the operator.

Type of the metal, magnitude

of the target and the ratios of

other environmental effects

are received.

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Detection of Target Depth:

For detecting target depth during

exploring:

Press the “DEPTH” key when

in explore mode after the

target is detected.

First the dimensions of the

target should be determined in

depth mode. This operation is

explained in detail with

operator help menu.

To enter the help menu form a

yellow frame around the

“HELP” window by using “+”

and “-“ keys.

Press the “ACCEPT” button

after forming this frame.

In this menu it is explained to

the in detail how to determine

the dimensions of the target.

To enter the determined width

dimension place the yellow

frame on “Width” by using “+”

and “-“ keys. Press the

“ACCEPT” button to convert

the yellow frame to green.

Enter the “Width” value by

using “+” and “-“ keys. Press

the “ACCEPT” button after

entering the width value and

convert the frame into yellow.

To enter the determined length

dimension place the yellow

frame on “Length” by using “+”

and “-“ keys. Press the

“ACCEPT” button to convert

the yellow frame to green.

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Enter the “Length” value by

using “+” and “-“ keys. Press

the “ACCEPT” button after

entering the length value.

Press the “SCAN “ button

after this operation and pass

over the target again and

release the “SCAN” button

After this operation the device

presents an “Analysis Report”

that indicates whether the

target is METAL or VOID,

entered dimension values and

environmental effects.

Press the “ACCEPT” button to

leave this report.

Switched back to Depth mode

and switched to explore mode

by pressing the “DEPTH”

button.

Recording and Examination of Records:

The device can record the analysis

reports as directed by the operator.

Press the “RECORD” button

after the report is prepared

and save the “Analysis Report”

Press the “ACCEPT” button

after you receive a message

on the monitor that recording

is completed.

To examine the records later

enter the record menu by

pressing the “RECORD”

button when in explore mode

and you can examine the

records by pressing “+” and “-“

keys.

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Press the “ACCEPT” button

when in the record menu. On

top of the monitor there are

“Erase record” and “Exit”

windows. Use the “+” and “-“

keys to activate these

windows.

Press “ACCEPT” button when

there is a frame around “Exit”

window to exit from the

record menu.

Press the “ACCEPT” button and approve the operation when

there is a frame around “Erase record” window to delete a

record.

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 MAKRO GROUP EUROPE

div. Electronics company italy

via pediano 3a

40026 imola italy

ph. ++ 390 542 600108  

contact via email: info@makrodedektor.eu

 

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