with Infrared Laser Guided Technology
The Model 574 is the high-performance model that has an on-board emissive table. (This will help you compensate for soils). Other features are built-in audible/visible low alarm, 100 points of data logging and with the windows based data graphing software you can load your readings into your computer.
Features • Adjustable Emissive • On Board Emissive Table • 16 Point Laser Circle Spot: meets IEC Class 2 & FDA Class II requirements • Audible/Visible High Alarm • Audible/Visible Low Alarm • MAX and MIN Temperature - DIF and AVG Temperature • Bar Graph Display • Data output: RS232 or 1mV per Degree (C or F) -100 Points of Data Logging.List $2,095.00
This is the standard Model 572, just point and aim at your target site and take your reading at up to almost any distance:
• MX technology using 16 lasers
• Improved optics read from any distance.
• Re-designed handle
Features • Adjustable Emissive • 16 Point Laser Circle Spot: Meets IEC Class 2 and FDA Class II Requirements • Audible/Visible High Alarm • MAX/MIN Temperature • Bar Graph DisplayList $1,495.00
Low cost, DIS-150 laser guided scanner. Pinpoints targets with laser. Portable, Simple, Safe to use. Can be used by anyone. Rugged optics are environmentally sealed. Get measurements even in the harshest conditions.
Features • last reading recall • MaxScan with audible signal • high audible and visual signal.List $695.00
Laser guided infrared scanners work by recognizing that all objects having temperature radiate infrared energy. This energy travels in all directions at the speed of light. Objects store and dissipate this energy in different concentrations. For example: If a treasure were hidden in a cave on the side of a mountain and the mouth of the cave was filled in, the treasure would be hidden from sight. However, when a infrared scanner is pointed at the side of the mountain, it can read the typical surface temperature. The trapped air in the cave keeps the mouth, even though covered over, slightly cooler and this difference can be detectable. Buried treasure (gold and silver) will absorb and store more heat than the ground surrounding it. As the ground cools, the treasure retains a higher degree of heat which is indicated on the infrared scanner.
Use laser guided infrared scanners to locate physical treasures, caves, tunnels, mines, wells, etc. When an infrared scanner is used at a treasure site at ground level, or scans the side of a hill, the guided infrared scanner lens collects and focuses the energy onto an infrared detector. Then the information is sampled by an on-board computer and instantly displayed on an LCD screen showing the temperature of the target area. By taking different readings of an area, the scanner will be able to determine temperature changes caused by buried metals, caves, mine shafts, etc. Many treasure hunters have reported that infrared scanners have been instrumental in helping to locate many treasure sites. Sometimes the ground is covered by heavy vegetation and it is almost impossible to take in larger metal detectors. In many cases the infrared scanners would locate the hot spot or disturbed area, making it easier to locate the treasure.
From KELLYCO Metal Detector Superstore: A rock solid LIFETIME program of back-up and support. For as long as you own your detector you are entitled to contact us (by phone, fax, or e-mail) to answer questions, and assist you with any problems or concerns.
HOW TO WORK THE LASER SCANNER
IN 5 EASY STEPS
|The further from the target the larger the scanning area.|
The DIS 400 and DIS 600 Pro feature what we call "MX" Laser sighting and features a unique 16 point laser sighting circle with a center aiming point for treasure. Now for the first time using "MX" technology and coupled with an improved optics called D:S 60;1, you can now get temperature measurements from any distance!