Search systems in Phoenix
Three-dimensional ground scanning system [GROUND SCAN]
- Manual: in manual mode, the scan measurement is manually recorded by the user using the red button on the main unit of the device.
- Automatic: in this mode, the device is responsible for automatically taking measurement points
- One-way: in this case, the survey points are recorded in each survey line in one direction. In other words, the direction of recording measurements is in a certain direction in each scanline, for example, starting from the south towards the North, and so on for each line, which means that the starting points of the scanlines are the same side.
- Zig Zag: here there is the direction of measurements in two consecutive scan lines in opposite directions, which means that the starting points of two consecutive scan lines are on opposite sides.
- Width: it is the width or number of columns in the grid, the same as the number of raster lines.
- Height: it is the height or number of rows in the grid, it is equal to the number of scan points.
The starting point in Phoenix
- On the left: in this case, the scanning process starts from the lower left corner of the scanning area
- On the right: the land survey will start from the bottom right corner of the area
- Current X: displays the current scan line number or the current column number in the grid.
- Current Y: displays the current scan point or the current row number in the grid.
- Value: a numerical value related to the measurement at the current survey point.
- If the user selects this option on the device screen, he must first make a wireless connection between the device and the tablet, and he must continue the three-dimensional ground survey on the supplied Android tablet.
- In this case, the user selects the same ground survey settings as described earlier, but inside the Multi Visual Analyzer application, the ground survey data is visualized as three-dimensional graphics inside the application.
- The Multi Visual Analyzer application can be installed on any Android tablet or smartphone, it has a simple graphical interface available in 12 languages, and it is used to adjust the settings for surveying the ground and scanning the transmitted data in real-time from MG to be presented in the form of 3D graphics in different colors indicating different types of targets such as metal, cavity or gold as in the previous table.
- The Multi Visual Analyzer application in the Phoenix metal detector includes a set of tools for displaying data from various viewports and tools for visually finding out the location and depth of a specific target, filters for filtering results based on specific target types.
Live streaming system [LIVE STREAM] in Phoenix device
- The live broadcast scanning system is a powerful ground scanning mode with real-time live ground scanning and direct visualization of the measurement on the monitor screen or optionally on the tablet via a multi-optical analyzer.
- The scanning process in this system is carried out by a high-signal vertical probe (V.S.T), a new probe with unique technology for direct deep scanning to detect various types of targets including ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals,, and cavities such as tunnels or caves.
- The VST is installed in front of the Phoenix main unit and should be vertical, it should always be perpendicular to the ground during the scanning process.
- At the end of the probe, there is a two-sided four-sided cone containing a set of luminous LEDs, the colors of which change during the scanning process depending on the type of target. For example: When the user moves the V probe.
- After selecting the live broadcast system from the main menu, the screen displays a screen for calibrating the V probe. Type in a similar way as shown for LED lamps, to the right of the screen the numerical value of the displayed target, here the user can change the stream speed. For example: the color is red when picking up a precious metal signal and green for ordinary ground.
- Users can also view the visualization of live streaming on tablets via Multi Visual Analyzer, in this case, they must connect the device and tablet via Bluetooth, and select Live Stream within the application.
- The multi-color Visual Analyzer application will display a variable stream of scan data received from V.S.T, there are also the colors related to the type of target in the same way.
Pin Pointer System [PINPOINTER]
- This option resets the calibration process to its default value.
- The visual representation of the received signals on the device screen is a two-dimensional bar graph. In the case of signals of metal targets such as bronze statues, for example, the bar graph will consist of bars facing up, of different lengths, with colors ranging from Green to red in the middle at maximum values, and then graduating towards green on the sides.
- If the signals received were for cavities-such as a tunnel - they would be made of downward-facing rods, of different lengths, ranging from Green to dark blue in the middle at the maximum values, and then graduated towards green at the minimum values.
Phoenix device software functions
Modern software program
Screen search systems in Phoenix
Language selection screen
Date and Time settings in Phoenix
- A useful feature for the Phoenix user is the ability to set the date and time to match the real date and time, and the device retains these values even when it is turned off.
- Phoenix gold detector displays a digital clock that includes the current time and appears continuously at the top right of the screen to enable the user to know the time when he is searching the fields, especially knowing that when searching the user should not carry metal objects such as a wristwatch or a mobile phone because they affect the capture of magnetic signals.
- The importance of the possibility of the subject date and time is also manifested when saving search files or values of the ground survey process, as they are automatically saved with a name that includes the date of the day and time when the file was saved.
- Power saving mode: In the case of activation, the value of the time that the device needs to turn off the screen can be set (in the event that no button is pressed for a while), this ensures that the battery power is saved for longer use.
- Screen brightness: The screen brightness in the Phoenix gold detector can be controlled within a specific value to suit the user's conditions in terms of time during the day or night and weather conditions such as foggy or rainy days. This option can be useful to save battery power when set to low values.
- Sound settings: The device features various sound alerts depending on the search system used.
- General sound: controls the general volume of the device (speaker volume).
- Keyboard sound: to adjust the volume of the Control Panel buttons
- Surveying sound: adjust the volume of the sound emitted when performing a ground survey via surveying tools.
Reset the Phoenix device
- Reset Settings: Reset general settings without deleting previously saved scan files.
- Factory settings: reset to factory values (values when the device was purchased from the factory) while deleting saved files
- Clear memory: clean memory to free up device memory for all saved files.
Phoenix device information
- Device version
- Software version
- Device model
- Secret number
- Manufacturer's country
- QR code: the user can read it to get useful information about the device, including the manufacturer's website.
- Pin Lock: activate or deactivate the screen lock
- Set pin: here the user can set a pin (a number that not everyone can access and enter the device software without entering it correctly).