The new model GARRETT EURO ACE with new research head size 28 x 22 cm, type DD, has a LCD screen on which is the identification of targets in twelve (12) categories is five (5) research on segregation four (4) levels of depth measurement currency, identification and authentication goals beeps three different tones, computer enopismos precise objectives, indicating the battery status on the screen constantly, headphone jack, pressure switches, a large readable screen mode only the touch of a switch, adjustable REST arm bar that the shipment may be divided into three parts, ability to change research head, 24 months warranty, instructions in English.
- Powerful, large 28 x 22cm PROformance Double-D searchcoil
- Enhanced Iron Resolution™ allows more control of iron discrimination levels; helps separate good targets from adjacent junk iron.
- Improved Audio*—Tone ID optimized to indicate distinctions between ferrous and non-ferrous targets.
- Higher Frequency*—Offers improved ability to detect small conductive targets (hammered coins, nuggets)
- Electronic Pinpointing to speed target recovery
- Accept/Reject Discrimination to modify discrimination patterns
- Five Search Modes: select pre-set discrimination pattern or create your own
- Continuous Coin Depth Indicator to determine target depth
- Battery Condition Indicator shows battery life continually
- Interchangeable ACE series searchcoils are available
- Pushbutton Controls with One-Touch operation
*Compared to ACE 250 and ACE 150
- Search Modes (Discrimination Patterns): 5 plus electronic pinpointing
|Target ID Cursor Segments||12|
|Iron Discrimination Segments||6
|Audio Tone ID Levels||3|
|Standard Searchcoil||28 x 22cm PROformance™|
|Length (Adjustable)||1.06m - 1.29m (42" to 51")|
|Total Weight||1.27 kgs. (2.8 lbs.)|
|Batteries||4 AA (included)|
The Euro ACE was used in finding the Golesti hoard "The treasure of Murad II"
hoard of 55kg of 15th Century coins was discovered
on the 1st September 2013 in a ravine near the town of
Golesti in Romania. The lucky detectorist reported the
discovery found to the National History Museum of Romania. The hoard is
to believed the largest monetary
found in Romania. Read more...