ANFIBIO gold detector has reached the technology of gold detectors with multi-frequency search feature and modern waterproof design with high quality performance in all terrain
ANFIBIO is a completely new gold and metal detector with multiple releases.
it contains unique and new features for gold prospectors and treasure hunters.
ANFIBIO gold detector features a modern, attractive waterproof design .
and it is very convenient for practical use in the search fields.
ANFIBIO From Nokta is a device similar to Impact metal detector device.
because of similar features such as multiple frequencies and many search modes.
ANFIBIO comes in 3 releases including the ANFIBIO 14 (works using 14 KhZ frequency),
ANFIBIO 19 (works using 19 KhZ frequency) and ANFIBIO Multi (works using 5 – 14 – 20 KhZ frequencies).
This gold detector is a versatile device that can be used in various places such as parks, beaches and fields of ancient wars .
where it can detect ancient coins, small metal objects, gold ornaments such as bracelets, rings and more.
ANFIBIO metal detector is recommended for treasure hunters thanks to its excellent performance, excellent results and cheap price.
which provides an integrated device for all needs of prospectors and gold researchers.
Easy to use program
ANFIBIO gold detector software interface includes a single menu system .
where all the different device settings can be accessed via a single, streamlined and easy-to-understand menu.
So adjusting the settings is very easy via the buttons under the screen.
9 Search Modes
The device includes 9 search modes designed specifically for different terrain and targets.
It is includes following modes:
1 – General search Mode ( GEN )
It is the general search mode that searches for all metals without discrimination,
and it detects all the targets (precious metals, non-precious metals and mineral rocks).
A digital ID is displayed for the target on the screen and the device produces one sound tone in this mode.
sound increases as the search coil approaches the target.
2 – Discrimination with 2 Tone Search Mode ( 2 TONE )
This mode can be used to search for small metal artifacts and provide excellent results.
especially in locations or areas with low mineralization and iron content.
3 – Discrimination with 3 Tone Search Mode ( 3 TONE )
This mode is used to search for old gold and silver coins, especially in areas that contain many scrap metal or iron such as parks.
You can get deeper depths in sites that contain hot rocks, for example, adjust some settings and move the coil more slowly.
4 – Discrimination with 4 Tone Search Mode ( 4 TONE )
This mode is especially designed to look for old coins, especially in low mineralized areas, and provides greater depth.
This mode is noisier than the rest of other modes, and the noise is greater in the air than in the ground.
5 – Discrimination with 5 Tone Search Mode ( 5 TONE )
This mode is especially designed to search for old coins too, but with 5 different tones for different targets
6 – Discrimination with 99 Tone Search Mode (99 TONE)
This mode is similar to the previous modes but with the possibility to adjust sound tones.
7 – Beach Mode (BEACH)
The beach mode is designed specifically for the land carrying electricity such as wet sandy wet beaches with alkaline soil.
The most important advantages in this mode are the possibility of ignoring iron and similar targets such as soda cans.
8 – Deep search Mode (DEEP)
This mode is especially useful for searching for small metal relics, which provides the possibility to search for the largest depth.
It is preferable to use this mode to move the search coil at a slower speed.
The possibility of discrimination in this mode is less than in the rest of the other search modes.
Therefore, the performance of the device in this case varies according to the percentage of minerals in the ground.
9 – Cache Search Mode (CACHE)
This search mode is designed to find gold particularly in hidden and buried places
Target ID is the number produced by the metal detector based on the conductivity of the metals and gives an idea to the user about what the target may be.
the value of Target ID is shown with two digits on the display and ranges between 00-99.
In some cases, the device may produce multiple IDs for the same target. In other words, the IDs may be jumpy.
This may result from several factors such as target orientation, depth, purity of the metal, corrosion, mineralization level of the soil etc.
Even the direction of the search coil swing may cause the device to generate multiple IDs.
In some cases, the device may fail to provide any ID.
The device needs to receive a strong and a clear signal from the target in order to provide an ID.
Therefore, it may not be able to provide an ID for targets at fringe depths or smaller targets even if the device detects them.
IDs of non-ferrous metals such as copper, silver, aluminum and lead are high.
Target ID range of gold is wide and may fall within the same range of metal wastes such as iron, foil, screw caps, and pull tabs.
Therefore, if you are looking for gold targets, digging out some trash metals is expected
NEW E.U.D. Function
The target IDs of certain metals (such as gold) in high mineralization and under hot rocks.
or at fringe depths may be reflected differently on the device than what they really are.
The user may experience a depth loss for such metals or the device may not detect these metals at all.
The E.U.D feature enables you to detect such metals deeper utilizing a different tone than the other tones of the device.
When using the E.U.D, the device does not discriminate metals and it provides the same tone for all targets.
Ground balance can be performed in three ways: Automatic, Manual and Tracking.
When the GB button is pushed while performing automatic or manual ground balance,
the device will switch to the General Search (GEN) mode automatically on the background without any indication to the user,
regardless of the selected search mode.
Upon completion of ground balance, current ground balance value is shown in the Ground Balance (GB) box on the right side of the display.
1 – Manual Ground Balance
Allows you to manually modify the ground balance value.
It is not preferred mostly because it takes time.
However, it is the preferred option in cases where successful grounds balance cannot be performed using other methods
or minor corrections are required to the automatic balance.
2 – Automatic Ground Balance
In this case the device adjusts the value of the ground balance upon changes in terrain, and it is recommended for practical use.
3 – Ground Tracking (TRACKING)
In this option, the user does not need to make any adjustments.
The device updates the ground balance automatically as long as the search coil is swing over the ground
and shows the ground balance value in the GB window.
It does not provide any feedback to the user (like the beep sound in automatic ground balance).
While tracking is active, the device can initially produce a loud signal when it detects a different ground structure (for instance a mineral rock) or a target.
In this case, swing the search coil over the spot where the device produces the signal.
If the sound remains the same and the device shows an ID, it is possibly a target.
If the sound attenuates too much or is lost after a few swings,
it means that the device has produced a signal for the different ground structure or a stone.
This feature provides feedback to the user by producing a vibration effect when a target is detected.
It can be used independently or together with the audio response.
When audio response is disabled, all feedback are provided to the user as vibration only during target detection.
Vibration setting is within the range of 00-05.
When it is switched to 0, vibration feature is completely disabled.
If the vibration is at 01 level, the device provides long vibration signals and at 05 it provides short vibration signals.
The magnitude of the vibration effect can vary according to the depth of the target and the swinging speed.
This setting is common in all search modes; change made in any mode also applies to the other modes.
Vibration may not be felt in the General Search mode (GEN) with weak signals;
it will be felt as the signal gets stronger. In other words, vibration does not start at the depth where the audio tones are heard but at a lesser.
The screen of the device comes in a relatively large size and is in black and white only.
so it is easy for reading indicators and numbers and comes with a new feature is the back light of the screen,
which provides the possibility of reading numbers easily when searching in the dark or under weak lighting.
Retractable Arm Mechanism
The arm of the device includes a mechanism that allows the knob to slide on a rail with adjustable position.
and this provides the user with ease when carrying and transporting the device and storage, as well as in practical use.
Built-in Lipo Battery
Easily charge it with the supplied charger or a USB power bank provides up to 19 hours of use.