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Metal Detector Circuits Problem

With the best wishes for you. I found your address and browsed your website. I have a question and hope to take your help and answer.

I need to good metal detector’s circuit and I find several in the web, any of them worked ? what is a problem in them and where can I find one that works with best depth? Could you design or point the mistake in some circuits? Thank you for your answer beforehand.

delabs – See my Related Page at  Metal Detector Projects

Metal Detector Circuits Problem

Mail from AS


delabs


Thank you for your answer and sites. But some of them that are professional namely “twin loop” built but it has problem and didn’t work.

I think it may be a indicated, there is a problem with them. How can I make it correctly? could you proper design such circuits?

I am not professional and of you do, I will pay for your works.

Reply from AS


If you clearly specify what you want with a drawing, And indicate what you may be able to pay and your contact details too…….

Then, I will publish your request in my site. People visiting my pages may contact you. You can Try it out, I may not be able to help now.

delabs


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Homemade Metal Detector Kit

This idea is both for indoor and outdoor use, depends on how you could modify or enhance it. The important reason you ought to build this circuit is to learn building non-ic oscillators, this trains you on L, C, R and Transistor Switching. – delabs

Homemade Metal Detector Kit

With a handy metal detector you can check beforehand whether there are metal objects in a wall, ceiling or floor. An LED indicates if a metal object is in the vicinity and keeps your simple home projects, simple and safe.

Homemade Metal Detector Kit

Avoid disaster when drilling at home By Ben Godfrey

Ben Godfrey is an electrical engineering student at the University of California, Davis. Ben has written iPhone applications and is a Ham Radio operator.

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