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Stupid newbie Nox 900 question?

KSDfisher77

Well-known member
Why on the Equinox 900 you lose your FE iron settings on single frequency of 4khz? I havent tried the other single frequencies yet, but on 4khz you lose your FE iron bias settings. Can some explain this? Or give me a anwser why they do this? Thanks appreciate you guys & gals.
 

KSDfisher77

Well-known member
I believe this question has come up before… Iron bias is only active in multifrequency mode.
Ok thanks. I will say when running in 4khz it's like they got a preset iron bias algorithm built into the 4 khz frequency.

I dug some deep clad quarters that had rusty bottle caps 2-3" above the quarter in the ground when dug. I had 3 of the 7 quarters I dug where rusty bottle caps were above the quarter in the hole & they Identified them well at 6+ inches in powder dry dirt.
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
Ok thanks. I will say when running in 4khz it's like they got a preset iron bias algorithm built into the 4 khz frequency.

I dug some deep clad quarters that had rusty bottle caps 2-3" above the quarter in the ground when dug. I had 3 of the 7 quarters I dug where rusty bottle caps were above the quarter in the hole & they Identified them well at 6+ inches in powder dry dirt.
That is quite impressive!
 
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