REASONS TO BUY DELL SYSTEMS – OMNITRON
We are the creators of OMNITRON and the Molecular Frequency Discrimination, MFD remote sensing concept. I placed the very first MFD on the market in 1986 which has revolutionized the ability to search and determine the potential locations of deep buried Treasures and Artifacts. Having done more extensive research, development, and field testing of MFD/LRL instruments, under more conditions than any one, while comparing Omnitron products against each of the others. After 17 years the OMNITRON MFD concept still continues to be copied by long Range Locator manufacturers worldwide. The ultimate form of flattery.
I build OMNITRON products to meet my own requirements as a Professional Treasure Hunter/Salvor. I personally use these same products in my own Treasure searches that I sell to my customers. I build OMNITRON products to be light weight, easy to operate, and long lasting, while incorporating state of the art features advertised in similar products priced $thousands$ of dollars more, while including at no additional charge my own exclusive time & money saving features that benefit the operator in the field.
USED WORLDWIDE BY PROFESSIONALS:
DELL SYSTEMS- OMNITRON Molecular Frequency Discriminators have proven their value to Archaeologist, Anthropologist, Geologist, Mining Companies, and Treasure Hunters who have purchased my products. Comparison of my MFD technology, practical features, ease of use, and efficiency, is always invited with other brands of MFD/LRL on the market but when it comes to low pricing, THERE IS NO COMPARISON!
PRO-4 FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATOR,
Nov. 2003 – During the Alabama project we compared the PRO-4 Frequency Discriminator locations with the locations made with several other LRL using different operators. The locations which were made were all very close to the same with each Locator, so in that respect the PRO-4 provides no advantage over the other locators we used. The suspect targets we tested on were deep, estimated to be 40 feet or more in a network of tunnels & vaults’ so we were unable to physically ground truth the targets to determine our accuracy. The only target we ground truthed with the PRO-4 was Iron where we dug a Mule shoe and part of an old wood stove. Being Iron buried shallow (about 18 inches) and only digging the one target, I can’t disregard the possibility of coincidence. The PRO-4 has yet to prove it’s merit with a recovery.
I build my products to suit my own requirements and I can only spek for myself, but as far as I’m concerned the PRO-4 has the practical field use features of LRL’s and discriminators presently on the market priced many, many times more.
The Pro-4 is small & compact. It weighs only 2 pounds including the carrying case.
There are no Antennas to raise, or probes to put in the ground. The Antenna is built in. To work in a ground mode (close to the target) merly set the transmitter on the ground. To work in an air mode (distance) merly place the transmitter on a stump, log, or platform elevated no more than 5 feet above the ground.
The Pro-4 has 8 frequency selections. GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, LEAD. TIN, IRON, DIAMOND, & EMERALD.
The frequencies are very stable computer programmed, generated and broadcast through a small electronic (state of the art) microcontroller circuit.
It includes a programmed frequency shift which is activated by a slide switch on the side of the unit with an indicator light showing when it’s activated. This feature more than doubles the Target nulling capability of the remote Belt carried ‘Weight Chek’ for determining the probability of targets weighing up to 50 pounds.
The small (non electronic) belt carried ‘Weight Chek’ is included at no additional cost and will null out up to 15 pounds of a targets (‘field’ volume) converted to a rough approximation of weight, on it’s own.
The free swinging Dowsing like rods, have brass sleeves which are extendable
X-SCAN & UNIVERSAL DELL ROD COMBO
As of August 2003 the X-SCAN has only been tested under the Ground & Atmospheric conditions of Central Florida, USA on a limited variety of targets. At the moment I really don’t know the extent of it’s capabilities, or of it’s limitations.Because I have also field tested and compared numerous other Brands and Models of Frequency Discrimination, I am placing the X-SCAN on the market with the opinion that the X-SCAN’S Target Discrimination is comparable to other LRL products sold on the market which are priced thousands of dollars more than the X-SCAN.
I’m inviting X-SCAN customers from all geographical areas to Beta-Test this New Product under their own operating conditions and methods and post reports from their own personal experience (positive or negative) for public viewing and discussion on the “Product Review” forum at www.treasureamerica.com
MULTI-FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATION means that the X-SCAN appears to broadcast the frequency of all the elements alloyed in the sample placed in the Resonance (sample} Chamber. For example: Placing an impure sample in the chamber such as 10k, 14k, or 18 karat Gold, which could be alloyed with copper, platinum, or silver means that the X-SCAN would also discriminate to the alloys as well as to the Gold. Using an impure sample in the chamber can be a disadvantage of locating unwanted elements in some cases. On the other hand multi-frequency discrimination can be a great advantage because of it’s versatility in that it appears to broadcast the combination of frequencies of whatever ingredients that are contained in the sample. For example: The X-SCAN is the best Discrimination I have ever used for locating the combined ingredient of elements contained in paper currency or pharmaceuticals. Single Frequency Discriminators are limited to their programmed frequencies.
Some of the sample elements I’ve preliminary tested the X-SCAN Discrimination on are; GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, LEAD, NICKELS, DIAMOND, EMERALD, GARNET, FLINT, and ASPIRIN. Using the Aspirin sample the X-SCAN also detected Cremora.
The X-SCAN multi-frequency discrimination is open to the trial of your imagination. Have fun experimenting.