Digital data recording High depth penetration
Geo-referencing with GNSS
EMI frequency shift
Good all-terrain performance
Experience a significant boost in efficiency with the latest generation of the worldwide tried and tested UPEX® 740 M large loop. This flexible detection system of 1-2 m2 facilitates speedy surface surveying with a high level of depth penetration. To adapt to the local searching conditions, this new device is equipped with 3 search sensitivity levels LOW / MEDIUM / HIGH. An MK 82 could be detected at level MEDIUM at a depth of approximately 3 m.
The large loop delivers a wide detection range for mediumsized and large metal objects and can block out interference caused by strands of wire, nails, and low-volume scrap metal. This reduces the need for unnecessary excavation and speeds up the progress of work.
3 sensitivity levels
10 sampling delay levels
Reduced in-motion noise
Visual / acoustic signal
Simple operation, easy to manoeuvre
No equipment on main body
Extendable UXO detector
Good resolution capacity
Can be dismantled for transport
Search system MF-3 is based on the EBINGER pulse induction system UPEX® 740 M, which can be described as an electromagnetic echo procedure. Via its search head, the PI detector emits magnetic pulses with a specific repetition frequency that induces eddy currents in search objects. An electromagnetic reaction is created, which is then picked up in the pulse pauses and electronically indicated on the display.
UPEX 740® MF-3 is equipped with an analogue output for data recording with the EBINGER EPAD® data logger. This device records the values measured during the survey for later processing, analysis and conversion into digital anomaly maps. The raw data recordings / mappings are tamper-proof, making them ideal for QA & QC and documentation. This version conforms to the requirements of GIS systems (Geo-Information Systems) and supports IMSMA (Information Management System of Mine Action).
Optional geo-referencing allows for a longer time delay between detection work, interpretation and object recovery. In conventional analogue detection, the object had to be excavated directly after surveying in order to minimise the loss of coordinates.
The option of geo-referencing enables an interposed assessment of the data through, for example, high values for optimised clearing processes. This means that target lists facilitate efficient planning of clearance activities.
UPEX 740® MF-3 thus offers visual / acoustic search as a purely digital recording or a combination of the two.
Search head 1 x 1 m (1 m2)
Electronics unit incl. mounting equipment
Detection system frame with wheel set
Rechargeable battery pack incl. charger
EPAD® – PDA incl. Bluetooth unit (data logger),transport case, charging technology and mount
EPAS® – software for data analysis/ mapping
GPS antenna rod and catch strap
|Power Supply:||Detachable Li-Ion Battery pack: 11.1 V, 4.4 Ah|
|Operating Time:||Li-Ion battery pack approx.. 12 H|
|Temperature Range:||-20 °C to + 55 °C|
|Dimensions:||Search head frame approx.. 1m2
Wheel diameter approx. 600 mm
Special whells upon request
Electronic box 305 x 145 x 150 mm
|Electronic box||1400 g without battery|
|Li-Ion battery||380 g|
|Detection frame assembled||11,40 kg|
|1 m2 search head||1500 g|
|Complete system with PDA and 1 m2 search head||11,75 kg|
|Signal display:||Analogue instrument/acoustic Signal/control pulses to indicate operational readiness|
|Detection levels:||LOW – MED – HIGH|
|Sampling delay levels:||25 – 250 μs|