Delta 4000 Metal Detector User Manual

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METAL DETECTOR
OWNER’S MANUAL
If you do not have prior experience
with a metal detector, we strongly
recommend that you:
1) Adjust the Sensitivity
to a low setting in the
event of false signals.
Always begin use at a
reduced sensitivity level; this device is
designed to work “into-the-noise”, so
expect chatter at high sensitivity.
2) Do not use indoors. This detector is for
outdoor use only. Many household
appliances emit electromagnetic energy,
which can interfere with the detector. If
conducting an indoor demonstration, turn
the sensitivity down and keep the search coil
away from appliances such as computers,
televisions and microwave ovens. If
your detector beeps erratically, turn
off appliances and lights.
Also keep the search coil away
from objects containing metal,
such as floors and walls.
3) Use a 9-volt ALKALINE battery
only.
Do not use Heavy Duty Batteries.
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Page 1 - OWNER’S MANUAL

METAL DETECTOROWNER’S MANUALIf you do not have prior experiencewith a metal detector, we stronglyrecommend that you:1) Adjust the Sensitivityto a low

Page 2 - TABLE OF CONTENTS

10OPERATION and CONTROLSHOW TO WORK THE CONTROLSPress MENU buttonto select themenu item youwant to adjust.Press MODE buttonto TOGGLE betweenthe Discri

Page 3 - TERMINOLOGY

11OPERATION and CONTROLScont.MENU SELECTIONS1. SENSITIVITYUse and to increase or decrease sensitivity while the SENSITIVITYline is highlighted.Maxim

Page 4 - ASSEMBLY

OPERATION and CONTROLScont.MENU SELECTIONS continued2. DISC. LEVELUse andto increase or decrease DISCRIMINATION level.Each time you press , a target

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13At any time, the display screen indicates the current category notches or discrim-ination settings. Any category whose description is not visible wi

Page 6 - BATTERIES

14OPERATION and CONTROLScont.MODE SELECTIONSThere are three selections under the MODE section of the display.• Press to toggle between DISCRIMINATION

Page 7 - QUICK-START DEMONSTRATION

153. PINPOINTEnter PINPOINT from either Disc or AllMetals mode. Press and hold toactivate pinpoint. Pinpoint detection isonly active for as long as

Page 8 - THE BASICS OF METAL DETECTING

16TARGET IDENTIFICATIONIn DISCRIMINATION mode, targets are identified both audibly and visually asfollows:1. Different pitch tones for different types

Page 9 - THE BASICS

172-Digit Target IdentificationThe 2-digit value in the middle of the screen provides a specific target valueto help identify buried targets more accu

Page 10 - OPERATION and CONTROLS

18READING THE DISPLAYThe Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) shows thePROBABLE identification of the targeted metal,as well as the PROBABLE depth of the targ

Page 11

TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDESYMPTOM CAUSE SOLUTIONDetector chatters • Using detector • Use detectoror beeps erratically indoors outdoors only• Using detecto

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2TABLE OF CONTENTSTerminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3Assembly . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 13

OWNER’S MANUALIf you do not have prior experiencewith a metal detector, we stronglyrecommend that you:1) Adjust the Sensitivityto a low setting in the

Page 14

TERMINOLOGYThe following terms are used throughout the manual, and are standardterminology among detectorists.ELIMINATIONReference to a metal being &q

Page 15

4ASSEMBLYAssembly is easy and requires no tools.●1 Loosen both Locking Collars by rotating 100%counterclockwise●2 Insert the Upper Stem into the S-Rod

Page 16 - TARGET IDENTIFICATION

5ASSEMBLYAdjusting the Arm RestThe arm rest may be movedforward or backwards by removingthe single screw and nut, and thenrepositioning the 2-piece ar

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6The detector requires a single 9-volt ALKALINE battery (battery notincluded).Do not use ordinary zinc carbon batteries.Rechargeable batteries can als

Page 18 - DEPTH AND TARGET DISPLAY

7QUICK-START DEMONSTRATIONI. Supplies Needed• a Nail • a Zinc Penny (dated after 1982) • a Nickel • a QuarterII. Position the Detectora

Page 19 - TROUBLE SHOOTING

8THE BASICS OF METAL DETECTINGA hobby metal detector is intended for locating buried metal objects. Whensearching for metals, underground or on the s

Page 20 - 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

4. Size and Depth of Buried ObjectsWhen using the detector in the motion DISCRIMINATION mode, the relativedepth of an object is displayed on the right

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