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Spectrum XLT --- Engineers Report

nwdetectorist

Active member
Spectrum XLT --- Engineers Report

I am looking to find a copy of this book.
It was instrumental in my understanding and use of the Spectrum XLT that I owned back when.
The book gave great understanding of phase differentials and how the VDI chart works, and in layman's language to boot.

thanks,

doyle
 

Draco

Well-known member
There is a part where a series of engineers talk about programs. I don't know if it will be what you are looking for
 

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Wade_Patton

New member
I've got the Engineering Report. Looking for it now--it's the one thing that didn't get away when I sold my original XLT. Holler if you don't find what you need.
 

Monte

Well-known member
Spectrum XLT --- Engineers Report

I am looking to find a copy of this book.
It was instrumental in my understanding and use of the Spectrum XLT that I owned back when.
The book gave great understanding of phase differentials and how the VDI chart works, and in layman's language to boot.

thanks,

doyle

Hey, Doyle! What is it specifically you are trying to figure out? Do you have an XLT now? Along with my other makes and models I really enjoy using my XLT, and have been using XLT's since June of 94.

Monte
 

nwdetectorist

Active member
Hey, Doyle! What is it specifically you are trying to figure out? Do you have an XLT now? Along with my other makes and models I really enjoy using my XLT, and have been using XLT's since June of 94.

Monte
Nah Monte; don't have one now. I did a few years ago and was thinking of having one again. The part of the book I remember most is the VDI number explanation of how not all ferrous vs non-ferrous numbers were accurate; and how some non-ferrous numbers bled down into the -15 or thereabouts on gold jewelry especially. I also learned from that book about the 180 degrees, and the split at 0 and this plugged directly into all the computer classes I was taking at the time, so helped there as well with understanding binary math and the way there were only certain number sets available from the 8-bit or 255 binary 'bins' available to program from, or into, so to speak. :)
 

nwdetectorist

Active member
I've got the Engineering Report. Looking for it now--it's the one thing that didn't get away when I sold my original XLT. Holler if you don't find what you need.
Hi Wade
Yes, I am still looking to obtain copy of this booklet.

thanks,

doyle
 
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