The Basic CSI Metal Detector Operator's Course will provide the crime scene investigator with a basic understanding of the nomenclature and operation of metal detectors. This course will also teach the techniques needed to successfully locate metallic items of evidence such as, but not limited to, firearms, projectiles, and shell casings. This training will permit the investigator to find more evidence and/or find the evidence more quickly.
The design of this course is specific to the following metal detectors: Garrett CSI 250, Garrett CSI Pro, or the Garrett AT Pro. (For other metal detectors, please contact us.)
Introduction to the Garrett Metal Detector
a. Operators Manual b. Metal Detectors Twelve Components and Optional Accessories c. Assembly d. Batteries, Power ON and OFF, and Factory Resetting e. Metal Detector Control Panel 2. Target Information a. Target ID Legend - Ferrous (iron) and Non-Ferrous b. Target ID Cursor (Upper Scale) 20 graphic degree segments c. Target ID Notch Discrimination Scale d. Target ID Depth Indicator e. Digital Target ID (1 thru 99) 3. Ground Balancing a. Ground Balancing - Push Button Operation b. Automatic Ground Balancing c. Manual Ground Balancing
4. Frequency Adjustment a. Frequency Ajustment (F1-F4) Interference Reduction
5. Tone ID and Tone Roll Audio a. Low-Tones (ferrous target nails-iron) b. Medium Tones (small non-ferrous, lead bullets, small shell casings) c. High Tones (non-ferrous larger brass and cooper bullet casings) d. Tone Variations (target orientation and size)
6. Search Modes a. Custom Mode (adjustable by the user will be retained at power off) b. Zero Mode (adjustable- not retained at power off)