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Instruction Manual

Vista RG 1000 V1/V2


Design Silviya Rashkova & Plamen Rashkov
www.deeptech-bg.com
E-mail:office@deeptech-bg.com
Tel./Fax:+359(54)887028
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1. Assembly
2. Controls explained
3. Ho to !ro"nd #alance
$. %ips: Ho to set the &ista '!1(((
). %ro"bleshooting
*. %echnical +pecifications
,. !eneral Ad-ice
.. /imited 0arranty 1nformation
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2lace the to r"bber ashers into the holes on either side of the loer shaft.
+lide the bottom of the loer shaft into the brac3et on top of the coil. 4a3e s"re that the
spring loaded pin in the loer shaft is pointed donards.
1nsert the plastic bolt thro"gh the hole in the coil and the loer shaft.
5asten the bolt ith the plastic ing n"t. #e caref"l not to damage the thread of the bolt by
o-er-tightening. %he plastic ing n"t may need to be loosened to ad6"st the coil.
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4a3e s"re that the camloc3s of the middle shaft are loosened by rotating them co"nter-
cloc3ise.
2"sh in the spring loaded pin on the loer shaft and slide it into the middle shaft "ntil the
pin reaches the desired ad6"stment hole. %ighten the camloc3 by rotating it cloc3ise "ntil
tight. 'emember not to o-er tighten.
Attach the "pper shaft assembly to the middle shaft by p"shing the spring loaded pin in the
"pper shaft assembly and slide it into the middle shaft "ntil the pin reaches the ad6"stment
hole. %ighten the camloc3 by rotating it cloc3ise "ntil tight. 'emember not to o-er
tighten.
- 'emember7 the detector sho"ld be set to length so that it is straight ith yo"r forearm
and feels comfortable and light hen yo" pic3 it "p.
3.3 $o6l cable
0ind the coil cable aro"nd the complete shaft assembly eno"gh times to ta3e "p any slac3.
8se the &elcro straps to 3eep the coil cable in place. 0e recommend that yo" "se one strap
on the loer shaft close to the coil and the other strap on the "pper shaft assembly close to
the control box.
Caref"lly p"sh the coil pl"g into the soc3et on the bac3 of the control box. 5irmly tighten
the retaining ring by hand to hold it in place 9do not o-er tighten:.
0A';1;!< %he cable coming from the coil sho"ld not be rapped too tightly in the coil area.
/ea-e eno"gh slac3 in the cable so yo" can ad6"st the coil hen yo" detect on "ne-en gro"nd.
5ailing to do this may res"lt in damage to the coil cable or the coil itself.
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#y t"rning this 3nob to the right7 yo" ill t"rn the detector on. After yo" t"rn the detector on7 the
f"rther yo" t"rn this 3nob to the right7 the higher yo"r sensiti-ity setting ill be.
0A';1;!< ;e-er remo-e the coil cable from the control box hile the &ista '!1((( is t"rned
on. %his may res"lt in damage to the electronics.
+ensiti-ity is the le-el of response to a target. %he &ista '!1((( is highly sensiti-e and has a ide
ad6"stment range. %he &ista '!1((( has an operating fre="ency of 127) 3H> hich is an ideal
combination for target depth and small target sensiti-ity. 1t is -ery important to set the +ensiti-ity
le-el correctly according to the detecting conditions.
A high +ensiti-ity setting enables the detection of smaller and deeper targets. 0hen the +ensiti-ity
is set to high7 the &ista '!1((( may be affected by minerals in certain soils and signals from elec-
trical appliances. ?o" may need to decrease the +ensiti-ity to silence false signals or electrical in-
terference. %his ill res"lt in a more stable operation of the &ista '!1(((.
Alays choose the highest stable +ensiti-ity setting to ens"re best performance. %his is done by
t"rning the +ensiti-ity 3nob to the right "ntil the &ista '!1((( becomes "nstable@ then red"ce the
+ensiti-ity by one or to settings "ntil it is stable.
2.2 '8o9"d
%he !ro"nd 3nob is "sed to ad6"st the &ista '!1((( to the soil conditions and correct gro"nd
effects enco"ntered d"ring detecting. 4inerali>ation and AHot 'oc3sB may ca"se false signals.
!ro"nd balancing the &ista '!1((( red"ces false signals from gro"nd minerali>ation@ more
acc"rately re6ects ferro"s minerals or pottery containing iron oxides and enables targets to be heard
correctly. 1f there are AHot roc3sB7 these can be elliminated by t"rning the !ro"nd 3nob to the
right.
/earning ho to properly !ro"nd balance ill gi-e yo" an ad-antage o-er others especially if they
are r"nning there detectors in an a"to gro"nd balance mode.
2.3 2ol9me
%he &ol"me 3nob lets yo" ad6"st the a"dio le-el of the spea3er and headphones.
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%he Cisc. 3nob is "sed to eliminate iron ob6ects from detection. %he Ciscrimination has a -ery fine
ad6"stability range. %he f"rther the 3nob is t"rned to the right in the Cisc. 4ode 9also 3non as the
+1/E;% C1+C'141;A%1D; 4DCE7 the trigger on the face plate of the control box p"lled
donards into the Cisc. position:7 the bigger the si>e of the iron ob6ect ill be that is to be
discriminated.
&ista '!1((( &2 D;/?<
1n the 2 %one 4ode 9trigger on the bottom right side of the control box p"shed f"rthest from yo"
and the trigger on the face plate of the control box p"shed "p into the 5"ll All position:7 the Cisc.
3nob has a different f"nction. 1t is then "sed to allo yo" to ad6"st the a"dio le-el of the lo tone
for iron targets.
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%his %rigger +itch allos yo" to choose yo"r search mode. 1n the "p position 95"ll All: yo" ill
be in the All 4etal 4ode. 1n this search mode7 all targets ill emit a high tone. 8se the All 4etal
4ode 9%rigger in the middle position: for maxim"m depth here soil conditions allo. 1n this
position7 yo" are detecting itho"t any discrimination. All metal targets ill so"nd off ith a high
tone. 0e recommended "sing this 4ode only if yo" do not ant any discrimination or here only
good targets are anticipated
0ith the %rigger +itch in the don position 9Cisc.: yo" ill be in the Cisc 4ode 9also 3non as
the +1/E;% C1+C'141;A%1D; 4DCE:. 0hen or3ing in the Cisc. 4ode 9+ilent
Ciscrimination 4ode:7 ferro"s targets ill be discriminated by "sing the Cisc. 3nob. ?o" ill hear
a high tone if the target is non-ferro"s. 1f the target is ferro"s there is no so"nd or7 depending on the
si>e and shape of the ferro"s ob6ect7 short Ecrac3sA. %he si>e of the ferro"s ob6ect that is to be
discriminated is increased as yo" t"rn the Cisc. 3nob to the right
&ista '!1((( &2 D;/?<
0ith mode trigger sitch p"lled donards in the Cisc. 2osition and the trigger on the bottom
right side of the control box p"shed f"rthest from yo"7 yo" ill p"t the &ista '!1((( &2 in the 2
%one 4ode.
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%here is an indicator A/o #atB on the face plate of the control box. 1f the indicator lights "p and
stays on7 the batteries are almost totally exha"sted. At this stage7 stop detecting and replace the
batteries. 1f the indicator blin3s hen a target is detected7 the batteries are lo. 1n this case7 it is
best to replace the batteries at this time. %he a-erage battery life is abo"t 2(-2) ho"rs. Extremely
ea3 batteries may the reason for false signals. Ceep%ech strongly recommends to "se . x 17) &
AA Al3aline batteries. 0hen "sing rechargeable batteries7 e strongly recommend "sing batteries
ith more than 2(((mAFH.
2.7 0eadpho"e Fac@ GA
Ceep%ech recommends the "se of headphones. 0hen headphones are pl"g in7 the spea3er is
a"tomatically deacti-ated.
%here a many ad-antages to "sing headphones:
- 1mpro-es battery life.
- 2re-ents the so"nds from annoying bystanders.
- Allos yo" to hear s"btle changes in the so"nd and faint signals from deep targets more
clearly.
0A';1;!< +et yo"r headphone -ol"me prior to ear. Ens"re that the headphone -ol"me does
not reach an extremely lo"d le-el. %his may increase the ris3 of hearing damage.
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%he &ista '!1((( &2 has a to position 4ode trigger sitch located on the bottom right side of
the control box. %his +itch is only acti-e hen trigger sitch on the face plate is in the 5"ll All
2osition.
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1n the 2 %one 4ode7 all non-ferro"s and ferro"s targets hich are accepted according to the Cisc.
3nob setting 9to the right of the Cisc. setting:7 ill gi-e a high tone. All targets re6ected by the
Cisc. 3nob setting 9to the left of the Cisc. setting: ill gi-e a lo tone. ?o" can ad6"st the si>e of
ferro"s target to be accepted by either t"rning the Cisc. 3nob to the left 9the smaller the si>e of the
ferro"s target in order to gi-e a lo tone: or by t"rning the Cisc. 3nob to the right 9the bigger the
si>e of the ferro"s target in order to gi-e a high tone:. #ig ferro"s targets ill still gi-e a high tone
b"t are easily identified by the strong signal along ith a slight lo iron tone at the end of the
target.
%his 4ode is highly effecti-e in iron patches to clearly identify non-ferro"s targets among ferro"s
targets and also to specifically search for certain ferro"s targets.
- 'emember7 the &ista '!1((( &2 m"st be properly gro"nd balanced for optim"m
performance.
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%he folloing steps ill explain ho to !ro"nd #alance the &ista '!1(((. %his is a -ery simple
process that allos yo" to balance the &ista '! 1((( to all types of soil. %his is -ery important in
order to obtain maxim"m sensiti-ity to small targets and depth.
%"rn on the &ista '!1((( by t"rning the +ensiti-ity 3nob to the right
+et the +ensiti-ity as described in section 2.1 $o"t8ol5/.e"56t6;6t7/!owe8 .w6tch
+et the mode sitch on the face plate to the 58// A// position
5ind an area free of metal targets
%"rn the !ro"nd 3nob all the ay to the left
/oer the coil abo"t 2 cm 91 inch: abo-e the gro"nd
'aise the coil "p abo"t 1) cm 9 * inches:
'epeat this process as yo" grad"ally t"rn the !ro"nd 3nob to the right "ntil there is no or -ery
little noise as yo" loer and raise the coil
+et yo"r desired search mode and le-el of Ciscrimination if searching in the Cisc. 4ode
?o"r &ista '!1((( is no !ro"nd #alanced. 1f the soil conditions change significantly 9by
mo-ing from a ploed field into a ooded area for instance:7 yo" m"st gro"nd balance yo"r &ista
'!1((( again as described abo-e.
1f yo" are recei-ing false signals from iron oxides in pottery or AHot 'oc3sB7 yo" can then !ro"nd
#alance the &ista '!1((( directly o-er these ob6ects to eliminate signals from these "nanted
targets.
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%hese tips ill help to shorten the Alearning c"r-eB of the &ista '!1(((.
1f searching in the C1+C. 4ode for coins and other non-ferro"s targets on highly minerali>ed
gro"nd that also contain many iron patches:
- !ro"nd #alance the &ista '!1((( as described in +ection 3 0ow to '8o9"d ?ala"ce
- +et the C1+C. 3nob beteen 1( and 12 oGcloc3
- +et the +ensiti-ity 3nob at abo"t 3( 9 yo" may set this -al"e higher if yo" are not recei-ing
too m"ch AchatterB:
- +eep the detector a little sloer 9approximately 2 seconds from right to left:
- 'emember7 fair amo"nts of iron in the gro"nd paired ith a lo Cisc. setting ill res"lt in
AchatterB. %his is a-oided ith the settings described abo-e. 1f yo" feel the &ista '!1(((
is still gi-ing yo" too m"ch AchatterB7 red"ce the +ensiti-ity instead of raising the le-el of
Ciscrimination. 1f the le-el of Ciscrimination is raised "nder these conditions7 more time
ill be needed to process the signals therefore increasing the detection distance beteen the
discriminated iron ob6ect and the desired non-ferro"s target in order for the desired target to
be detected. 0ith a little practice yo" ill master these diffic"lt conditions ith ease.
H%his may only happen in the C1+C. 4ode. 'emember7 the &ista '!1((( has a -ery fast reco-ery
speed e-en ith a high Ciscrimination setting and ill o"tperform may other detectors.
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1f searching on gro"nd ith AnormalB minerali>ation and -ery fe ferro"s targets:
- !ro"nd #alance the &ista '!1((( as described in +ection 3 0ow to '8o9"d ?ala"ce
- +et the +ensiti-ity as high as possible
- %ry to set the Ciscrimination as lo as possible. 0ith the discrimination setting at abo"t 11
oGcloc3 yo" may discriminate small sil-er coins 9coins lighter than 1 gram:.
1f searching in the 2 %one 4ode 9&ista '!1((( &2 D;/?: for coins and other non-ferro"s
targets on highly minerali>ed gro"nd that also contain many iron patches:
- !ro"nd #alance the &ista '!1((( as described in +ection 3 0ow to '8o9"d ?ala"ce
- +et the +ensiti-ity 3nob at 3( 9 yo" may set this -al"e higher if yo" are not recei-ing too
m"ch AchatterB:
- +et the Ciscrimination to approximately I-1( oGcloc3
- +eep the detector a little sloer 9approximately 2 seconds from right to left:
%he 2 %one 4ode may be "sed in basically any sit"ation. 1n this 4ode7 the Cisc. 3nob has a
different f"nction. 1t is then "sed to allo yo" to ad6"st the a"dio le-el of the lo tone for iron
targets. 5or example7 if the Ciscrimination is set to A(B7 all ferro"s targets ill emit a high tone.
%he f"rther yo" t"rn the Cisc. 3nob to the right7 the bigger the ferro"s target m"st be in order to
emit a high tone. 1f yo" are searching for non-ferro"s targets7 it is recommended that the
Ciscrimination is set beteen I-1( oGcloc3. 1n the 2 %one 4ode the &ista '!1((( is extremely
fast and sensiti-e.
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T8o9ble5hoot6"g
%he &ista '!1((( ill not poer on:
- 1nsert #atteries
- 'eplace #atteries
- #atteries installed incorrectly
- #attery pac3 not connected
Excessi-e false signals:
- +ensiti-ity too high
- 1ncorrect !ro"nd #alance
- Coil cable loose or not connected
%he &ista '!1((( is prod"cing only long tones:
- 1ncorrect !ro"nd #alance
- &ery high gro"nd minerali>ation 9repeat !ro"nd #alance process on ob6ects prod"cing these
tones:
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5re="ency.............................................127)3H>
Cetector typ.............................................................motion
+ensiti-ity control
&ol"me control
4an"al !ro"nd #alance
4odes of operation:
- C1+C. 4ode
- 2 %one 4ode 9lo tone for ferro"s ob6ects and high tone for non-ferro"s ob6ects:
&ista '!1((( &2 D;/?<
- All 4etal 4ode
'eco-ery speedJJJJJJJJJJJJJ...&ery fast
+earchcoil
%ype .....................................................2C
+earchcoil +i>e........................................................11B
Cable /ength 9approx.:..........................................)3B 9 13) cm :
A"dio 5re="ency9 approx.:...................................,.(F3I( H>
0eight 9 ith batteries :................... ....................9approx.:1$((g.
2oer Cons"mptionJJJJJJJ...................$3 mA
#atter 'e="irement K e strongly recommend to "se . x 17) & AA Al3aline #atteries or
rechargeable #atteries ith more than 2(((mAFh
#attery /ife 9typical:.............................................2(-2) ho"rs
/EC /o #attery alert
Dperation %emperat"re 'ange..............................1(-$( C
Dptim"m H"midity............................................... ( to ,)L '.H.
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7. 'e"e8al )d;6ce
etal *etect6"g 65 a" act6;6t7= wh6ch l6@e othe8 le6598e act6;6t6e5 8e<968e5 5ome g96d6"g p86"-
c6ple5. The :ollow6"g 8ecomme"dat6o"5 w6ll allow 7o9 to :9ll7 e"Ho7 7o98 hobb7 wh6le 8e-
5pect6"g law5= e";68o"me"t a"d othe8 people.
En="ire abo"t and abide by the las in force of the co"ntry or the state before
searching. 1t is yo"r responsibility to 3no them and to abide by them.
Alays as3 permission of the land oner here yo" ant to search.
Ha-e respect for nat"re and the en-ironment in hich yo" are searching.
ConGt forget to fill all holes yo" dig and properly dispose of any trash.
B)(&-&'4 );o6d detect6"g 6" >o"e5 whe8e battle5 too@ place d986"g both Bo8ld Ba85.
(epo8t a"7 595pect obHect 7o9 m6ght d65co;e8 to the a9tho86t6e5.
Moining a 4etal Cetecting Cl"b in yo"r area is an easy ay of en6oying
and sharing this onderf"l hobby ith others. %his is also an easy
start as ho to properly abide to the ethics of 4etal Cetecting.
+ince this is only a g"ide7 yo" are of co"rse responsible for actions
on any property yo" decide to detect. Alays lea-e the area
neat and clean.
0e o"ld li3e to than3 yo" again for p"rchasing a Ceep%ech prod"ct.
+ho"ld yo" ha-e f"rther in="iries7 feel free to contact "s -ia
E-mail7 fax or phone. 0e appreciate any comments or s"ggestions.
/ea-ing feedbac3 and s"ggestions ill help to impro-e o"r prod"cts7 if necessary7
for e-eryone to en6oy.
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8. ,6m6ted Ba88a"t7 -":o8mat6o"
- Nhis detector is for o"tdoor "se only. 4any ho"sehold appliances emit
electromagnetic energy hich can interfere ith the detector.
- 8se only Al3aline #atteries.
- 8se only stereo Headphones.
- Co not store the "nit in excessi-e heat or cold.
- Oeep the control box aay from ater.
- #e caref"l ith the coil cable.
- Ceep%ech arrants yo"r cons"mer or ind"strial prod"ct against defects in
material or or3manship for a period of to years on the control box and one
year for the search coils from the date of p"rchase. %his arranty is not
transferable.
- Any alternation of the electronic circ"it by an "na"thorised person ill -oid the
arranty.
- %his arranty does not co-er damage d"e to a fall7 shoc3 or accident7
deteriorations d"e to abnormal "se or cable brea3age of the search coils or of
one of its cond"ctors.
complete ith proof of p"rchase and a ritten explanation describing fa"lt.
- Ceep%ech reser-es the right to change the design or specifications of its
detectors itho"t notice.
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