(a = Automatic Loop Balance)
The DMC IIBa now
comes with push button automatic loop balance!
For Faster setup and easier use!
Search modes: Ground Reject Discriminate (motion),
Non-Motion Discrimination, Non-Motion Ground Balance
Controls: Discrimination 8 to 1 Vernier Dial, Ground
Balance 8 to 1 Vernier Dial, Tuning, Power.
Switches: on/off, Mode Auto Tune, P.B. Tune and P.B.
automatic loop balance.
Audio: Ground reject Discriminate = 950 HZ, Non-Motion
Discriminate and Non-Motion Ground Balance - 240 HZ.
Operating Frequency: 14 KHZ
Power Output: Variable
Search Heads: 8" Standard. Optional- 6",
10", & 15". Heads are field interchangeable
on same models.
Power Pack: Four (4) 9-volt Transistor batteries Optional-
Rechargeable battery system
Physical Configurations: Telescopic Handle in "S"
or "U" choice, Grey Enclosure, Padded headphones.
Weight: 4.3 to 4.5 lbs.
A Word About Nautilus Search coils
Starting from the bottom up, Nautilus search coils
are wound and constructed entirely at the Tyndall Electronic
factory in Coats, North Carolina. New construction techniques
and materials have made them lighter and more sensitive than
ever before in the history of the company. Each search coil
is fine tuned to the electronics that it will be shipped with
insuring each detector that leaves the factory is optimized.
SIzes for the DMC coils are available in 6, 8, 10 and 15 inch
diameters. The six-inch diameter model is currently in production
for high trash coins and relic hunting locations. Early prototypes
tested of the 6 Inch coil were found to be excellent in areas
other detectorist walk away from.
All coils have thick mounting lugs
and a heavy duty cable strain relief. There are no
"whimpy" cable connectors used on the DMC IIBa.
All connectors are strictly heavy-duty, nickel plated with
a threaded clamp ring. Nautilus search coils and the entire
quality parts inventory of Nautilus construction are engineered
to keep you in the field longer. Stainless steel hardware
is used throughout the DMC IIBa construction.