3D Ground Scanner and Metal Detector for Highest Demands
The eXp 6000 ground scanner and metal detector is one of OKM’s top of the line detecting tools for treasure hunters, metal detectorists, archaeologists, prospectors, gold seekers and ground surveyors. This detector is completely wireless and can be controlled via touchscreen, video eye glasses or notebook. It is the world’s first 3D ground scanner that utilizes the innovative OKM Telescopic Probe which can be extended to 124 cm (4 ft).
A successful treasure hunter found a small ancient bronze vase in more than 4 m depth with his ground scanner eXp 6000. The province of Ilam in the west of …
Color Display and Touchscreen
The Control Unit with touchscreen and multilingual graphical user interface (GUI) is very easy to use. Different layouts and automatic brightness control allow the user to efficiently operate the detector even in varying ambient light conditions.
Telescopic Rod with Removable GPS Receiver
The Telescopic Rod can be adjusted to the user’s body size in just a few simple steps. Its armrest is equipped with additonal pads for more ergonomics during the treasure hunt. A protective cap is located on the handle, which can be replaced with the GPS Receiver included in the scope of delivery. At the lower end, the probes are quickly and easily mounted via a magnetic connector.
Exchangeable Probes for Various Purposes
Like many high-quality consumer and technical applications, the eXp 6000 probes are made of Carbon. This extremely rigid and light material allows treasure hunters to use the lightweight detector even more easily. Additionally, the probes establish a wireless data connection to the treasure detector to send the scan data directly to the Control Unit.
This innovative probe can be extended to 124 cm (4 ft) and is perfectly designed to scan both large areas and narrow areas. As a result, treasure hunters need only one probe and avoid the necessity of carrying additional accessories.
This specialized ground measuring probe is one of the best ground scanner accessories on the market. By using this antenna, discrimination and pinpointing of buried objects is possible with ease.
This measuring probe can be mounted to the 3D metal detector to detect hidden tunnels, chambers, cellars, shelters, caves and many other unterground cavities and structures.
This ground scanning probe will stream measuring data immediately onto the display of the eXp 6000 to see underground objects “live”. Thus, the 3D ground scanner user can quickly survey a large area to find potential underground targets.
eXp 6000 Exclusive: Orientation Sensor
The orientation sensor assists treasure hunters in holding the probe correctly during the measurement. An icon on the screen and a varying acoustic signal warn as soon as the probe is held in a worng angle. Only a correct orientation of the probe guarantees reliable measurements.
Various Operating Modes for Professional Applications
As top-notch detector, the professional 3D ground scanner eXp 6000 offers various operating modes in one device:
- 3D Ground Scan
- Mineral Scan
- Live Scan
- Tunnel Scan
3D Ground Scan
Visualization of underground artifacts and cavities in 3D representations.
Identification and localization of detected anomalies.
Detection of natural mineralization, visualized in a color-coded graph.
Visualization of artifacts and cavities in real time.
Localization of ferromagnetic objects.
Detection of tunnels and cavities, visualized in a color-coded graph.
Save and Analyze Scan Data
The scan data collected in the operating modes Mineral Scan, Tunnel Scan and 3D Ground Scan can directly be saved in the internal memory of the eXp 6000. After finishing the measurement, the user may open the stored scan files for direct analysis on the eXp 6000 Control Unit or transfer the .v3d files to a computer for detailed analyses.
3D Analysis via Detection Software
The treasure hunter gets a first glimpse of his scan data directly on the screen of the Control Unit during the measuring process. After finishing and saving the measurement, the user receives a graphical representation of the scan field with color-coded targets. This scan image can be viewed in 2D and 3D as well as rotated and scaled directly on the Control Unit touchscreen.