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What machine is the TDI?
Posted by: Tony N (Michigan)
Date: July 05, 2017 12:19PM
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Can you give some information about finding it? Was it deep? within iron nails?
I found these in a beaten camp. Lots of decomposed iron & cut nails. The deepest target was the .58" minie ball @7"-8". The rest was around 6"+7". I use a 15" Nel attack coil. It does good even as big as it is in iron. I had the v break at 40. The iron audio at 12 & the sensitivity 100. It's a good detector.

Digger, don't you wish you could push the sensitivity a little higher at times ? It's so stable at 100, it could take the extra boost for a 1-2 inch gain and a harder hit on 6+ inch targets. But then again, maybe the stability is why I like it so much. It seems sure footed at all times.[/quote Yes I could use a couple more inches of depth. Ots a very stable machine that's why I use it over my T2se. Now when I want depth & I mean real depth I break out my TDI. ]

What detector is the TDI?


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Re: What machine is the TDI?
Posted by: lytle78
Date: July 05, 2017 01:09PM
Whites TDI - a pulse induction detector.



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Re: What machine is the TDI?
Posted by: doc holiday232
Date: July 05, 2017 06:24PM
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Whites TDI - a pulse induction detector.

That whites treated like unwanted company and refused a couple mods,OFFERED FREE,that has made my TDI PRO a permanent
replacement for my 2 ML PI's.

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Re: What machine is the TDI?
Posted by: lytle78
Date: July 05, 2017 07:39PM
The basic concept which Eric Foster created has been studied and developed for 10 uearss by Alexandre Tartar in France - he was recently hired by First Texas (Fisher and Teknetics). We can look forward to new developments in PI technology from there.



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