|10 Important Informations|
Improtant! Must be read!
With the PULSE STAR II you have acquired an efficient metal detector which enables you to detect any metallic object buried. However, please take into consideration that you could possibly meet with war material which is dangerous even now. Ammunition often contains ogives of projectiles or cartridge cases made of brass and, therefore, it can be indicated as non-ferrous metal. In case that the detected object is very large, special caution is advisable: it is possible that you met a bomb. On principle, you should not try to dig out the object in case of doubt. If you still intend to do it, you should never approach to object directly with the digging implement from above, but carefully from the side. If there is any suspicion about the existence of a bomb, shell or munition, immediately call the police or the bomb disposal unit. The digging place or dangerous objects already dug out may not to be left without supervision, because they could be located by children.
Digging out and the salvage of a find is completely at your own risc. Manufacturer and seller are not liable for damages. In any case, the use of metal detectors by children must be supervised by adults. Only adult persons are allowed to dig.
By all means, observe the existing statutes and decrees. Also the search of archeological objects is generally subject to authorisation or, in several countries, strictly forbidden. Please also consider that discovered objects do not automatically belong to you but are subject to the find right of the respective country.
The PULSE STAR II produces intensively pulsed magnetic fields. For reasons of safety, persons with an implanted pacemaker should not stay in the direct near of the search coil during operation.
In the following some practical advices:
In case that the PULSE STAR II has been exposed to low temperatures, you should absolutey avoid an abrupt warming. The condensation humidity can provoke a disturbance of function.
Tube connections of the 1m-Searchcoil
If the coil should twist during operation or in case of loosening of the tube connection, the plug connections can simply be made closer:
Deep discharged battery
As already mentioned in chapter 7, the battery can be damaged if you should forget to switch off the PULSE STAR II and a deep discharge of the battery takes place. In cases that this occurs once or twice and you notice it immediately, the battery will endure undamaged.
Nevertheless, it may happen that the charging electronic stops working in case that the battery is completely discharged. If the green LED CHARGING does not flash when you connect the charger, then the battery is deep discharged.
In order to recharge it, you have to obey the following steps:
If you should state that the working periods of the PULSE STAR II decrease, although the battery has completely been charged, then the battery must be changed. In this case, please contact us respectively your spezialized dealer.
Technical alterations serving the progress as well as alterations with regard to indications and illustrations are reserved.