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What are the frequencies in each D2 mode?

abcoin

Active member
Do we know which frequencies the Deus 2 runs in each of its factory-set modes?

The chart at the end of the manual just lists "FMF," so I'm assuming that XP isn't going to give out that information. But has anyone looked into this or tried to figure out which ones each program uses?

I seem to remember someone doing their own investigation of this type with the Nox and writing a blog post about it.
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
If you remember from the Equinox experience the info is proprietary. The other thing to remember is it was running on all frequencies, so it leaves to reason the programming in those different "modes" is what makes the machine respond differently. The term someone coined was how the frequencies are weighed.
HH Jeff
 

abcoin

Active member
If you remember from the Equinox experience the info is proprietary. The other thing to remember is it was running on all frequencies, so it leaves to reason the programming in those different "modes" is what makes the machine respond differently. The term someone coined was how the frequencies are weighed.
HH Jeff

Gotcha. So I guess I'm wondering: Which frequencies are weighted more than others in each mode? Would there be a way to determine that myself?
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
The Deus skill school is my favorite you tube, Gary gets some incite from the actual company. After years with the equinox and quite a few hunts with the d2 simply switching modes can completely change the outcome of a site, JMO
HH Jeff
 

Joe Black

Well-known member
Don’t it show the frequencies used for each mode in the D2 manual, pages 12 & 13? …It gives a general scale of the weighted frequencies used depending on search mode selected.
 

abcoin

Active member
Don’t it show the frequencies used for each mode in the D2 manual, pages 12 & 13? …It gives a general scale of the weighted frequencies used depending on search mode selected.

It does explain what the highest frequencies for each mode are (usually either 24khz or 40khz) but there isn't much more than that.
 

Joe Black

Well-known member
It does explain what the highest frequencies for each mode are (usually either 24khz or 40khz) but there isn't much more than that.
May XP themselves can give you the answer or, perhaps Gary?…….Yeah I understand the manual isn’t fully detailed on the exact frequencies of each program. I know their weighted specifically on type of search that’s selected but, that is it.
 
Do we know which frequencies the Deus 2 runs in each of its factory-set modes?
I found this on another forum, its in Russian, so not much to be gleaned from
the video, but was analyzed from "engineer's perspective".


"So it's broadly similar to the Equinox / DFX , forcing complex square-edged signals onto the transmit coil.
I have no idea what Mr. Youtuber is saying, so I just observed what was shown, and interpreted it from an engineers view."

"The modes:
P1 : General
P2 : Sensitive
P3 : Sens FT
P4 : Fast
P8 : GoldField
P12 : Beach; all run at 8.08 kHz & 40.4 kHz, a 1:5 ratio.
-----
P5 : Park
P9 : Relic
P11 : Beach; all run 8.08 kHz & 24.24 kHz, a 1:3 ratio.
-----
P6 : Deep HC
P10 : Dive; both run 4.76 kHz & 14.3 Khz, a 1:3 ratio ( not unlike the Fisher CZ range, but a different waveform shape )
-----
P7 : Mono, does what you'd expect, a single freq square-wave, just like the Equinox.
It looks like P6 / P10 run a three-level waveform, possibly to reduce power consumption, obviously important for a coil with a small internal battery.


How they process the freqs is of course the important bit. It's probably safe to say the GoldField mode is going to emphasise the 40 kHz. And the Deep HC will be using the 4.76 kHz as it's dominant one, to target the milled copper/silver coins."
Hope this helps.
 
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targits

Active member
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abcoin

Active member
I found this on another forum, its in Russian, so not much to be gleaned from
the video, but was analyzed from "engineer's perspective".


"So it's broadly similar to the Equinox / DFX , forcing complex square-edged signals onto the transmit coil.
I have no idea what Mr. Youtuber is saying, so I just observed what was shown, and interpreted it from an engineers view."

"The modes:
P1 : General
P2 : Sensitive
P3 : Sens FT
P4 : Fast
P8 : GoldField
P12 : Beach; all run at 8.08 kHz & 40.4 kHz, a 1:5 ratio.
-----
P5 : Park
P9 : Relic
P11 : Beach; all run 8.08 kHz & 24.24 kHz, a 1:3 ratio.
-----
P6 : Deep HC
P10 : Dive; both run 4.76 kHz & 14.3 Khz, a 1:3 ratio ( not unlike the Fisher CZ range, but a different waveform shape )
-----
P7 : Mono, does what you'd expect, a single freq square-wave, just like the Equinox.
It looks like P6 / P10 run a three-level waveform, possibly to reduce power consumption, obviously important for a coil with a small internal battery.


How they process the freqs is of course the important bit. It's probably safe to say the GoldField mode is going to emphasise the 40 kHz. And the Deep HC will be using the 4.76 kHz as it's dominant one, to target the milled copper/silver coins."
Hope this helps.

This is great, thanks!
 
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