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18 01 2010 2 2008 Velleman Components nv,User manual. 1 Introduction,To all residents of the European Union. Important environmental information about this product. This symbol on the device or the package indicates that disposal of the device after its. lifecycle could harm the environment Do not dispose of the unit or batteries as unsorted. municipal waste it should be taken to a specialized company for recycling This device. should be returned to your distributor or to a local recycling service Respect the local. environmental rules, If in doubt contact your local waste disposal authorities. Thank you for choosing Velleman Please read the manual thoroughly before bringing this device into. service If the device was damaged in transit do not install or use it and contact your dealer Damage. caused by disregard of certain guidelines in this manual is not covered by the warranty and the. dealer will not accept responsibility for any ensuing defects or problems. With your CS150 you can hunt for coins relics jewellery gold and silver just about anywhere The. Discriminator Metal Detector is versatile and easy to use. The detector s features include, Earphone Jack lets you connect earphones not supplied to the detector. Vu meter indicates the probable type of metal being detected. 3 Tone Audio Discriminator sounds distinctive tones for different types of metals to make. target identification easier, Adjustable Stem lets you adjust the detector s length for comfortable use.
Waterproof Search Coil lets you use the search coil even if you must put it under water. Note The search coil is waterproof but the control housing is not waterproof. Note Your metal detector requires three 9V batteries not supplied. 2 Safety Instructions, Keep the device away from children and unauthorised users. Caution wearing headphones in public places may lead to hazardous situations as. traffic noise or audible warning signals are subdued. NEVER TOUCH AMUNITION OR OTHER POTENTIALLY LETHAL OBJECTS Clearly. mark the finding location have somebody guard the site when possible and. contact the local authorities at once,3 General Guidelines. Refer to the Velleman Service and Quality Warranty on the last pages of this manual. Protect this device from shocks and abuse Avoid brute force when operating the device. Protect the device against extreme heat dust and moisture. Familiarise yourself with the functions of the device before actually using it. All modifications of the device are forbidden for safety reasons. Only use the device for its intended purpose Using the device in an unauthorised way will void the. Damage caused by disregard of certain guidelines in this manual is not covered by the warranty. and the dealer will not accept responsibility for any ensuing defects or problems. The warranty does not cover damage caused by salty environments. Always make sure to comply with local rules and regulations. If the device is not used for a long time remove the batteries Leaking batteries can cause. serious damage, Keep the metal detector dry If it gets wet wipe it dry immediately Liquids might. contain minerals that corrode the electronic circuits. Handle the detector gently and carefully Dropping it can damage circuit boards and. cases and can cause the detector to not work properly. 18 01 2010 3 2008 Velleman Components nv, Keep the detector away from dust and dirt which can cause premature wear of parts. Use and store the detector only in normal temperature environments Temperature. extremes can shorten the life of electronic devices damage batteries and distort or. melt plastic parts, WARNING malfunction may occur if the power is on when the batteries are replaced.
Do not attempt to recharge non rechargeable batteries do not puncture or do not. throw batteries in fire as they might explode Dispose of batteries in accordance with. local regulations Keep batteries away from children. 4 Treasure Hunter s Code of Ethics, All treasure hunters might be judged by the example you set Here are a few basic rules you should. Always get permission before searching any site,Respect the rights and property of others. Observe all national state and local laws while treasure hunting. Never destroy historical or archaeological treasures If you are not sure about an object you have. found contact a museum or historical society in your area. Leave the land and vegetation as it was Fill in any holes you dig. Use your detector only in safe areas, Dispose of any junk you find only in approved areas Do not leave it for the next treasure hunter. 5 Preparation, Refer to the illustrations on page 2 of this manual. a Assembling the metal detector, Assembling your detector is easy and requires no special tools Just follow these steps.
1 Turn the stem s lock nut clockwise until it loosens A. 2 Lengthen or shorten the stem so when you stand upright with the detector in your hand the. search coil is level with the ground and about 1 2 to 2 inches 1 to 5cm above it with your arm. relaxed at your side B, 3 Turn the stem s lock nut anticlockwise to lock it in place. 4 Unscrew the knob on the search coil and remove the knobs and connector Insert the stem and. align the holes on the search coil bracket and the stem Push the connector through the holes and. tighten the knob C, 5 Wind the search coil cable around the stem Leave enough slack in the cable to let you adjust the. search coil when you are hunting on uneven ground C. 6 Insert the search coil s plug into the search coil jack on the detector s control housing Be sure. the pins on the plug align with the holes in the jack D. The search coil s plug fits into the connector in only one way Do not force the plug or you. could damage it, To disconnect the search coil s cable from the detector grasp the plug and pull it out of the. connector Never tug at the cable, 7 Loosen the knob at the search coil s end and adjust the search coil to the desired angle The. search coil should be parallel with the ground Tighten the knob just enough to keep the search. coil from rotating or wobbling E, Caution Do not tighten the search coil too hard or use tools such as pliers to tighten it.
8 Loosen the knob at the base of the handle insert the arm support and tighten the knob F. b Installing the batteries, Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended type. Do not mix old and new batteries different types of batteries standard alkaline or rechargeable. batteries of different capacities, 1 If the detector is on turn VOLUME on the control housing to OFF the control clicks G. 2 Press the right battery compartment cover s tab and slide the cover off in the direction of the. 3 Place a 9 volt battery into the battery compartment on top of the ribbon matching the polarity. symbols and marked inside,4 Replace the right battery compartment cover. 18 01 2010 4 2008 Velleman Components nv, 5 Press the left battery compartment cover s tab and slide the cover off in the direction of the arrow. 6 Place two 9 volt batteries into the battery compartment on top of the ribbons matching the. polarity symbols and marked,7 Replace the left battery compartment cover.
Always remove old or weak batteries They can leak chemicals that can destroy electronic parts. If you do not plan on using the detector for a week or more remove the batteries. Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly, You can extend battery life by using earphones which require less power than the speaker. c Testing the Batteries, If the detector does not turn on has weak volume will not tune properly has erratic operation or. drifts test the battery power, Set MODE to VLF very low frequency To test the batteries in the left battery compartment set. BATT TEST to B1 To test the batteries in the right battery compartment set BATT TEST to B2. J If the pointer on the VU meter is between 3 and 5 green area the batteries are OK If the. pointer is not in the green area replace them,d Adjusting the Meter. Set MODE to OFF use a screwdriver to adjust the pointer to line up with 0 on the scale K L. e Using Earphones, Using stereo earphones not supplied allows you to listen privately It also saves battery power and.
eases identifying subtle sound changes for better results. To connect headphones to the detector insert the earphones 1 8 inch plug into the HEAPHONE. Note The detector s internal speaker disconnects when you connect earphones. f Listening Safely, To protect your hearing follow these guidelines when you use earphones. Set the volume to the lowest setting before you begin Adjust the volume to a comfortable level. while listening, Do not listen at very high volume levels Extended high volume listening can lead to permanent. loss of hearing, Once you set the volume do not increase it Over time your ears adapt to the volume level so a. volume level that does not cause discomfort might still damage your hearing. g Traffic Safety, Do not wear earphones while operating your detector near high traffic areas Even though some. earphones are designed to let you hear outside noise when listening at normal volume levels they. still can present a traffic hazard,6 Operation, Your Velleman metal detector distinguishes between ferrous contain iron and non ferrous do not.
metals When the detector senses a metallic object the meter reading changes the NON FERROUS. or FERROUS indicator turns on or off and the detector sounds one of three tones The higher the. tone pitch the stronger the detection,a Preparing the detector. 1 Set BATT TEST to OPERATE, 2 Hold the detector in a comfortable position then rotate MODE to the desired position Set it to. VLF to test battery power and adjust TUNE and GROUND See Fine tuning the detector and. Adjusting GROUND Set it to TR1 to detect extreme differences in metals such as between in. metals such as between iron and gold The difference between iron and gold shows on the meter. iron in the ferrous section gold in the non ferrous section Set it to TR2 to detect finer. distinctions between metals for example between aluminium and gold see Adjusting. DISCRIMINATION N,Follow these steps to set TUNE O,1 Rotate VOLUME to the 10 o clock position. 2 Set MODE to VLF, 3 Set DISCRIMINATION GROUND and SENSITIVITY to their midpoint. 4 Hold the search coil about 1 foot 30cm away from the ground and any metal object While. pressing the red button on the handle slowly position TUNE until the pointer on the vu meter. rests at 0 Release the red button,18 01 2010 5 2008 Velleman Components nv.
As you search you can fine tune the detector using the other controls see Fine Tuning the. Note Press the red button on the handle at any time during operation to automatically return the. pointer to 0,b Indoor testing, To learn how the detector reacts to different metals you should test it before you use it the first. time You can test the detector indoors or outdoors You need to fine tune the detector before every. use see Fine tuning the Detector, 1 Remove any watches rings or other metal jewellery you are wearing and place the detector on a. wooden or plastic table, 2 Adjust the search coil s angle so the flat part faces the ceiling P. Note Never test the detector on a floor inside a building Most buildings have metal of some kind. in the floor which might interfere with the objects you are testing or mask the signal completely. 3 Set MODE to TR1, 4 Move a sample of the material you want the detector to find such as a gold ring or coin about 2. inches 5cm above the search coil, The search coil will not detect without motion You must move the object since you are not.
sweeping with the detector at this time, If you are using a coin the detector detects it more easily if you hold it so a flat side not the. edge is parallel with the flat side of the search coil. If the detector detects the material the NON FERROUS and FERROUS indicators flash and the. pointer moves to FERROUS or NON FERROUS while the detector determines the type of metal it is. detecting If it detects non ferrous metal it also sounds a tone. If the detector does not detect the material check the battery power and verify that the search. coil is properly connected,c Outdoor testing and use. 1 Find an area on the ground outside where there is no metal. 2 Place a sample of the material you want the detector to find such as a gold ring or a coin on the. ground If you are using a valuable metal such as gold to test the detector mark the area where. you placed the item to help you find it later Do not place it in tall grass or weeds. 3 Set MODE to TR1, 4 While holding the search coil level and about 1 2 inches above the ground slowly move the search. coil over the area where you place the sample sweeping the search coil in a side to side motion. 5 Try finding other metal in the area, When you find a metal item wait a few seconds after the tone stops before continuing to allow. the detector time to reset or press the red button on the handle to return the pointer to the. centre of the vu meter,d Search coil sweeping hints.
Never sweep the search coil as if it were a pendulum Raising the search coil while sweeping or at. the end of a sweep causes false readings R,Sweep slowly hurrying makes you miss targets. If the detector detects the material it sounds a tone and the pointer moves to the type of. material if found Set MODE to TR2 to determine the quality of the metal. If the detector does not detect the material make sure you are moving the search coil correctly. The detector responds with a strong signal when it detects most valuable metal objects If a. signal does not repeat after you sweep the search coil over the target a few times the target is. probably junk metal, False signals can be caused by trashy ground electrical interference or large irregular pieces of. junk metal False signals are usually broken or non repeatable. e Fine tuning the detector, When you become familiar with how your detector works fine tune it to make it more selective. in what it finds,1 Adjusting SENSITIVITY S, To adjust the search coil s ability to detect objects at different depths in the soil rotate. SENSITIVITY between MIN and MAX For maximum detection depth leave SENSITIVITY set. as high as possible If the detector makes a chattering noise decrease SENSITIVITY until. the chatter stops,18 01 2010 6 2008 Velleman Components nv.
2 Adjusting GROUND T, Setting GROUND takes a little time but is critical for accurate operation GROUND tunes out. false signals from mineralised soil, 1 Set MODE to VLF and lower the search coil to 1 2 to 2 inches 1 to 4cm above the. 2 If the pointer swings to the right turn GROUND to the left If the pointer swings to the left. turn GROUND to the right, 3 Raise the search coil about 1 foot 30cm from the ground and press the red button on. the handle The pointer returns to the centre, 4 Repeat Steps 1 3 until the pointer stays close to the centre each time you lower the. search coil to the ground, After you set GROUND the detector is set for the soil type of that particular site Do not reset.
it until you use the detector at a different site,3 Adjusting DISCRIMINATION. Discrimination is the detector s ability to differentiate between types of metal The. detector s DISCRIMINATION setting determines whether the detector will distinguish. between different types of ferrous and non ferrous metals. If MODE is set to TR2 start with DISCRIMINATION set to mid range While you use the. detector adjust DISCRIMINATION to the best position As you set DISCRIMINATION. higher the detector becomes more sensitive to the differences between large aluminium. and gold pieces for example but some small valuable pieces such as coins and small. rings might be overlooked As you set DISCRIMINATION to higher levels the detector first. does not detect small pieces of silver paper then thick foil and finally metal objects like. pull tabs from aluminium cans, Note Each time you use the detector in a different area you must adjust. DISCRIMINATION Each search location presents new challenges. f False signals, Because your detector is extremely sensitive trash induced signals and other sources of. interference might cause signals that seem confusing The key to handling these types of signals is. to dig for only those targets that emit a strong repeatable signal As you sweep the search coil back. and forth over the ground learn to recognise the difference between signals that occur at random. and signals that are stable and repeatable, To reduce false signals when searching very trashy ground only scan a small area at a time using. slow short overlapping sweeps,g Detection hints, No detector is 100 percent accurate Various conditions influence metal detection The detector s.
reaction depends on a number of things,The angle at which the object rests in the ground. The depth of the object,The amount of iron in the object. The size of the object,h Pinpointing a target, Accurately pinpointing a target makes digging it up easier. Accurate pinpointing takes practice and we suggest you practice finding and digging up small metal. objects on your own property before you search other locations. Sometimes targets are difficult to accurately locate due to the sweep direction Try changing your. sweep direction to pinpoint a target,Follow these steps to pinpoint a target. 1 When the detector detects a buried target continue sweeping the search coil over the target in a. narrowing side to side motion, 2 Make a visual note of the exact spot on the ground where the detector beeps.
3 Stop the search coil directly over this spot on the ground Then move the search coil straight. forward away from you and straight back toward you a couple of times. Make a visual note of the exact spot on the ground where the detector beeps. 4 Repeat Steps 1 3 at a right angle to the original search line making an X pattern The target. will be directly below the X at the point of the loudest response U. If trash in an area is so heavy that you get false signals slow your sweep and use shorter. Recently buried coins might not respond the same as coins buried for a long period of time. because of oxidation,18 01 2010 7 2008 Velleman Components nv. Some nails nuts bolts and other iron objects such as old bottle caps oxidise and create a. halo effect A halo effect is caused by a mixture of natural elements in the ground and the. oxidation created by different metals Because of the metal mixtures target signals might not be. in a fixed position This effect makes these objects very hard to detect accurately See Fine. Tuning the Detector,7 Care and maintenance, Wipe the detector with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking new Do not use. harsh chemicals cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the detector. Modifying or tampering with the detector s internal parts can cause a malfunction and might. invalidate its warranty, The search coil supplied with the detector is waterproof and can be submerged in either fresh or. salt water However do not let water enter the detector s control housing After using the search. coil in salt water rinse it with fresh water to prevent corrosion of the metal parts. 8 Troubleshooting, If your detector is not working as it should follow these suggestions to see if you can eliminate the. PROBLEM SUGGESTION, The detector displays or You might be sweeping the detector s search coil too fast or at the.
sounds false signals wrong angle Sweep the search coil more slowly and hold the. detector correctly See Testing and Using the Detector and. Pinpointing a Target, The detector might sound a false signal if it detects heavily oxidised. metals Try pinpointing the target from several different angles see. Pinpointing a Target If the detector does not display and sound. the same signal each time the target is probably heavily oxidised. The display does not show the There might be more than one target in the area you are searching. correct metal type when the The target might be a type of metal that the detector does not. detector finds a target or the recognise,detector sounds more than. If the target is heavily oxidised the detector might not display the. one type of tone when it finds,correct metal type This is not a malfunction. 9 Technical specifications,power supply 3 x 9V battery not incl. frequency 15KHz 2KHz,sensitivity 16cm for a 2 coin 25mm in all metal.
low 400Hz 60Hz,3 tone audio,medium 700Hz 105Hz,discrimination. high 1500Hz 225Hz,operating temperature 0 C 40 C,dimensions LxWxH 92 121 x 20 x 18 5cm. weight 1 26kg, Use this device with original accessories only Velleman nv cannot be held responsible in. the event of damage or injury resulted from incorrect use of this device For more info. concerning this product please visit our website www velleman eu The information in. this manual is subject to change without prior notice. COPYRIGHT NOTICE, The copyright to this manual is owned by Velleman nv All worldwide rights reserved No part. of this manual or may be copied reproduced translated or reduced to any electronic medium or. otherwise without the prior written consent of the copyright holder.

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