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True detection depth of Noka Invenio in mineralized earth..?

InvenioPRO

New member
I bought the Noka Makto Invenio because of its imaging abilities and also because it had supposedly deep search abilities. I got the pro package which says that with the 56 search coil it is supposedly good to 10 to 12 meters but now I am feeling like this is very optimistic! The search earth number on screen here is at 75 number so that is petty mineralised I believe, I wonder how deep it can really see?
 

InvenioPRO

New member
Im sure it will work for that, but better with the small coil.I am looking for larger items and use the 56 coil which is the huge and that one is not the best for smaller things but on YouTube they show people using this invent for coins and it see deep-I am going to upload a video of our treasure finds when it happens..the GoPro is ready
 

#1Leatherneck

Well-known member
It will be educational to follow this. I have a very limited exposure to this advanced concept of metal detecting. I continuously am made aware of the 3D imaging? Interesting! It has been out since around 2018? I found this researching the Invenio.
Operating PrincipleVLF
Operating Frequency5kHz/14kHz/20kHz
InvenioPRO thank you for posting this. I am looking forward to your video.
Leatherneck
 

Explorer.se

Active member
Im sure it will work for that, but better with the small coil.I am looking for larger items and use the 56 coil which is the huge and that one is not the best for smaller things but on YouTube they show people using this invent for coins and it see deep-I am going to upload a video of our treasure finds when it happens..the GoPro is ready
Hi Inveniopro yes I look forward to your video please. Thank you.
 
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