To generate colour, image, surface or contour maps with the Lorenz DEEPMAX X6, additional Hard- and Software is necessary. A very sophisticated data logger function will take simultaneously six channels of data when you go over the ground and stores the information into memory when this function is selected.
After collecting field data the Surfer 8 Software easily and accurately transforms the data stored on the USB-Stick into colour, contour, surface, image or vector maps on a computer in minutes.
An additional Scripter Software will therefore automatically generate twelve maps with each field. Six are two-dimensional and six three-dimensional. The operator can therefore choose between different gridding and mapping methods.
The new Data Logger Hard- and Software developed by Lorenz Detecting Systems is first of all easy to use, very accurately working and affordable. Only a few controls of the DEEPMAX X6 will make data acquisition a pleasure for both beginners and professionals like engineers, geologists, archaeologists, scientists and many more. The users will investigate mainly for waste disposal, meteorites, unexploded ordnance, or lost aircrafts.
No non-sense functions will confuse the operator. Six different maps will be generated simultaneously when covering the ground with multiple tracks. Each scan/ map is different depending on the electronic analysis method and therefore will not only give different sensitivity ranges but can be the key to the probable kind of metal buried in the ground. There is clearly a difference in the signature metal objects and ground conditions will give for example. Areas of disturbances in the scans will directly lead to the different metals or ground signals and therefore can be classified in some ways. The operator therefore can use the different scans to his advantage in order to choose between the targets of most interest only by comparing the different scans/ maps. Three delay channels will produce maps with different sensitivity to small and large metal objects. Two ground channels will enable the operator to generate maps with no ground response but Z dimensions and directions for different decay curves of the eddy currents produced in a metal object. In addition the target classification channel will display the delay of the eddy currents of each signal with a certain intensity to give further information on the probable kind of metal in the ground.
No matter how strong the ground is mineralised or how many different metals are located in close proximity, this new device will ensure very good results even with difficult surrounding conditions. Faults produced by the operator or the environmental conditions like overload signals from nearby metal objects for example will be immediately seen when comparing the six channels. For the professional users additional Hard- and Software will be available for storing positioning data from GPS and several DEEPMAX X6 detectors.
Although the detector can be used with smaller search heads the data logger function is mainly developed for larger metal objects being at least 6cm x 6cm in size. Therefore frames of 1m x 1m or even bigger should be in use to achieve best results.