TRL 9000d Series 2020
To begin prospecting (search and detection), proceed in the following manner:
As indicated by the following diagram, install your TRL unit in the centre of a chosen square. Mark 4 diagonal points with the cables towards the 4 cardinal points. These cables are connected to the 4 points of your unit and to the still pegs. The copper pegs must be well buried at the same depth and are connected to your unit via the jacks and pliers. Remember to leave unburied aprox.10cm so that the pliers with the cable can cling onto the gold area of the peg.
With your TRL digital unit, it’s possible to take readings or measurements in OHMS mode. The first step is to place your unit in the place from where you will proceed to make the corresponding measurement. Next, place the 4 pegs in the 4 cardinal points in a cross like method towards the unit. This way, the unit would be in the center of the measuring area: first peg at the front and to the left in number 1, leaving the second peg to the front and the right, the third at the bottom to the right and the fourth at the bottom to the left. Basically, they will be placed in a clockwise sense. Afterwards, proceed to connect the pliers to the pegs and the cable terminals to the unit positioned in the centre of the square, with all cables connected to the unit via their corresponding plug. Next, connect the battery to the entrance of the unit. Be careful with the poles: red is positive and black is negative.
Turn on the unit with the general power switch ON. You will find this switch on the left hand side of the superior part of the unit.
Continue by activating the button that corresponds to two pegs. For example: the button for pegs 1 – 2. Take the measurement by pressing the button: “PRESS FOR READING”. By doing this, a digital value will appear on your OHMS screen. It’s convenient to write down these readings on previously prepared charts and then successively every measurement made between 1-2, 2-3, 2-4, 4-1, 1-3, 2-4. Once you have the necessary readings for the square, change the direction of the square towards the readings of least resistance.
In the example shown below, see Figure 1.: the waves 1-2 give a reading of 25,000 Ohms whilst the waves 3-4 read 2,40 Ohms. The other sides have basically consistent readings of 25,000 and 30,000 ohms. The only readings which were lower were pegs 3-4 in the inferior part of the square. Therefore, we have the changed the study area to the inferior section as seen in Figure 2. In this example, the 3-4 pegs have a low reading of 2,40 Ohms. Now we reduce the study area of a 100ft square to a square of aprox.50ft. This should help locate the object.
In figure 1., the pegs 4-3 gave the lowest reading at 2,40 Ohm. It would be very safe to assume that the object or discovery is towards the lower or inferior part of the square. Figure 2 shows the new search position where we reduce the area of the square towards where lower readings were made.
As you can see by this example, it is very beneficial to keep the readings, the size and the exact location of the study area. It makes it easier to move the pegs in the right direction.
The TRL unit, 9000 digital, is encased in a heavy duty
metal waterproof case which contains all the necessary elements for prospecting (search and detection) buried elements such as Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Metals, Caves, Water, Inert Earth.
All buried precious metals suffer a slight deterioration caused by rain acid, snow and other chemicals. When the acid and the extremely high radiation make contact with metals, fields of radiation of free electrons (FERFs) are created. The more time the object is buried, the stronger the field of radiation. The transmitting wave is attracted to the FERFs.