The CS4MXi from C.Scope is an analog metal detector with a search frequency of 17 kHz, making it ideal for searching for the smallest objects. Thanks to its waterproof search coil, it can be used well on the beach and in shallow water. It features a pinpoint function and finds larger objects at depths of up to 1.4 m..
The C.Scope CS4MXi is an entry-level analog motion detector with very simple operation. It has all the basic elements that a good metal detector should have. It offers two independent discrimination buttons which are individually adjustable to ignore unwanted objects. The search depth depends on the size of the object: about 25 cm for coin-sized objects, up to 1.4 meters for large objects. The built-in pinpoint function allows you to locate objects very precisely, making excavating finds much easier. The handle of the C.Scope metal detector is adjustable in length and is suitable for both beginners and advanced users.
The C.Scope CS4MXi metal detector has a waterproof search coil, so you can use it in the water. The detector's control unit is not waterproof and should not be submerged. Automatic and manual ground balance allow you to use it perfectly on highly mineralized beach bottoms and other difficult soil types.
The metal detector comes with a belt clip, which allows the detachable control unit to be worn comfortably on your belt. So you can carry less weight with your arm and thus make longer search days!
|Waterproof 28 x 20 cm DD search coil
|Adjustable from 100 - 137 cm, with cam-locks, round handle
|Search coil waterproof
|6.3 mm headphone jack
|Type and number of batteries
|8 x AA batteries
|Approx. 30 hours
|Maximum depth range small objects (Euro coin)
|Approx. 30 cm
|Maximum depth range large objects
|Approx. 140 cm
|Number of search modes
|3 search modes: all metals and two discrimination modes
|4 rotary knobs and 1 switch
|Built-in wireless module
|Battery status readable
|Depth range readable
|Automatic and manual ground balance
|Discrimination against unwanted objects
|Yes, in 10 steps
|Object identification in audio tones
|Numeric Object Identification
|Vibration as a signal
|Threshold (background tone)
|Software in multiple languages