Garrett CSI PRO All-Terrain Metal Detector
ALL TERRAIN VERSATILITY AND UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE
FOR METALLIC CRIME SCENE EVIDENCE RECOVERY
ALL TERRAIN DISCOVERY.
Fast recovery speed, target separation, and detection depth. Submersible to 10 feet.
Key Features of the CSI PRO:
- Adjustable arm strap and cuff
- Robust, non-absorbant, textured rubber grip
- Fully waterproof control box includes backlight for low-light situations.
- 8.5” x 11” PROformance™ DD searchcoil included
- MS-2 Headphones Included
HEAR THE IRON TRASH BEFORE YOU DIG IT!
Iron Audio allows you to hear discriminated iron (normally silenced) to avoid digging undesired flat iron targets such as bottle caps or washers.
NOTE: To use the Iron Audio feature, some degree of Iron Discrimination must be set. In this demonstration, the Iron Discrim setting is at 35. Without Iron Audio, both the bottle cap and silver coin sound like good targets. With the Iron Audio, the bottle cap response includes iron “grunts” to indicate this might be a trash target.
PROPORTIONAL AUDIO FEATURE
The CSI Pro™ features advanced, proportional (Pro) audio modes. This allows the user to hear subtle changes in a target’s response. Proportional audio also helps the user to better judge a target’s size, shape and depth and has the additional benefit of a much faster recovery time when detecting adjacent targets.
The CSI Pro™ also includes three Standard audio modes, which provide a full-strength beep regardless of a target’s amplitude. Many detectorists prefer this simpler, binary (either on or off) target response.
CSI PRO™ ADDITIONAL FEATURES
- HIGH-RES IRON DISCRIMINATION - 40 levels of iron discrimination provide the fine resolution needed to separate a good target from iron trash
- FAST TRACK™ GROUND BALANCE - Automatic feature that allows the user to quickly ground balance the detector in mineralized soil conditions.
- DIGITAL TARGET ID - Numeric identification scale from 0 to 99. Identifies a target metal’s conductivity.
- ELECTRONIC PINPOINTING - This non-motion All-Metal Mode function is used to precisely locate a detected target’s position.