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Minelab SDC2300 Gold Detector

Postby Philski » Wed Mar 12, 2014 1:38 pm

New Minelab SDC 2300
Better performance than the x terra 705
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Minelab is pleased to provide further information about our exciting new SDC 2300 GOLD detector scheduled for release in mid-2014.

They say the best things come in small packages! This is certainly true for the SDC 2300. It’s compact, waterproof and built to perform in the toughest conditions. Undiscovered gold patches on land and underwater won’t stand a chance when the Minelab SDC 2300 gold detector makes its debut.
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The SDC 2300 is a high performance mid-range gold detector, perfect for chasing down those elusive sub-gram nuggets both on land and underwater. From Minelab, the company that knows Gold, this compact waterproof gold detector comes with easy-to-use controls and is assembly-free! Let the versatility of the SDC 2300 open up a whole new range of possibilities for finding more gold nuggets!

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Compact Size
Folds to small portable size, 8 ½ ” (216mm) by 16” (406mm). Fits into carry-on luggage and most backpacks.

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Waterproof Capability
Fully submersible to 10’ (3m) for detecting riverbeds and shorelines allowing you to transition with ease from land to water. Now you can use your Minelab GOLD detector in all wet weather conditions allowing you to stay on the goldfields for longer, even in the rainy season.


Rugged & Assembly Free

Military grade construction, one piece detector designed to perform in the toughest conditions.



Easy Patch Hunting
Search quickly and efficiently in hard to reach and remote places to find those elusive gold bearing clustered deposits.



Easy-to-use Controls
LED Indicators
Shows target signal strength, threshold level and battery status.
Audio Control
Adjusts threshold level and low/high audio tone to suit user preference.
Noise Cancel
Easy button press to automatically reduce external interference.

Sensitivity
Eight position adjustments for optimum target identification in varying ground conditions.


MPF Technology
MPF (Multi Period Fast) technology incorporates extremely fast Pulse Induction switching between Transmit (Tx) and Receive (Rx) detector signals. Therefore minimal residual transmit signal is present during the receive cycle, enabling clear sharp detection of very small gold.



Standard Accessories (included with detector)
Headphones (non waterproof)
Optional Accessories (not included with detector)
Headphones (Waterproof)
Carry Bag





Detector Technical Specifications

Coil
8" Round Monoloop

Audio Output
Built-in speaker
Koss 100 Ohm headphones (standard accessory - supplied)

Koss waterproof headphones (optional accessory - not supplied)

Display
9 LEDs indicate detection, battery status and Threshold level
1 Low battery warning LED

Length
Extended: 1500mm (59.1")
Collapsed: 400mm (15.7")

Weight (Excluding Batteries and Headphones)
2.4kg (5.3lbs)

Operating Temperature Range
0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)

Storage Temperature Range
–33°C to 70°C (–27°F to 158°F)

Batteries
C Cell 4 x 1.5V Alkaline (supplied), 1.2V NiMH, 1.2V Ni-Cad

Sensitivity
8 step position adjustment
Noise Cancel
Automatic scanning
Ground Balance
Automatic Ground Tracking (AGT)
Fast Ground Balance
Threshold

9 audio levels
Audio Pitch (Tone)
Low: 550Hz ±15
High: 720Hz ±15

Transmission
Pulse Induction
Technology
Multi Period Fast (MPF)
Optional Accessories
Waterproof Headphones, Carry Bag

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Re: Minelab SDC2300 Gold Detector

Postby drystone » Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:42 pm

what will be the price-tag I wonder? waterproof, compact, no wires: sounds good to me!!

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Re: Minelab SDC2300 Gold Detector

Postby Fox » Sat May 03, 2014 11:33 pm

Looks to me like Minelab has copied the Garrett ATX. It will be interesting to see how the two compare.
Being Minelab, it would have to be good though !!

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