professional treasure hunter
Ground Scanner Magnus Powerfull t 8 Unique frequency tracker designed all over the world for treasure hunters, archaeologists, earth radio scanners, trackers and gold diggers to find buried artifacts, historical artifacts, lost treasures and hidden objects.
The Magnus PowerFull treasure hunt is designed to find precious metal objects such as gold, silver, copper and bronze, as well as hidden non-metallic structures such as ancient tombs, caves, walls, foundations, sculptures, grounds and cemeteries.
All components of this tool are wireless geophysical measuring.
Magnus Powerfull measuring probes use Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to a 3D detector.
Introducing the main features:
With push keypad, multilingual graphical user interface (graphical user interface) in various layouts, automatic brightness control and GPS
90 cm standing probe:
This state-of-the-art measuring probe can grow from 50 to 120 cm and is designed to scan even large areas as well as small areas. From now on, the operator does not need to carry many probes in different sizes.
Superb live sensor 8-way 3-way sensor
This specialized ground measuring probe is one of the best ground scanner accessories on the market.
With this antenna, discrimination and pin pointing to buried objects is easily possible.
This measuring probe can be installed on a 3D metal tracker to detect hidden tunnels, enclosures, warehouses, shelters, caves and many other cave targets.
been this professional.
Find radiation sources in your surroundings. Find their respective frequencies and signal strengths, including direct display of exposure limits. This
used to be impossible in this price category, professional units often costing
several thousand euros and being excessively complicated in handling.
The highly complex calculations in spectrum analysis incl. exposure limit calculation is being performed, unnoticed in the background, by a high-performance DSP (digital signal processor). This ultra-fast processor even allows,
depending on the settings, REAL-TIME display with a NF-5030 (could you
ask for more?).
range, the individuals signals and their respective strengths are being broken down, for example into a “bargraph” display (see SPECTRAN® screenshot on the right). The height of the individual bars represents the corresponding signal strength. For the 3 strongest signal sources, SPECTRAN® can
automatically displays the frequency and signal level, thanks to its “Auto
Marker” feature. Of course, you can also setup the filter width and the frequency range to be analysed as you like.
In the EMF (LF) spectrum shown here, a frequency range of approx. 20Hz
to 60Hz from left to right is being analysed. During analysis, the Auto Marker
feature has determined – fully automatic – two main signal sources: