DEUS marks a technological breakthrough and is a real innovation in metal detector design. Its patented architecture is based on three elements :
A Coil, a Remote Control and a set of Audio Headphones, which are unique in that they communicate with each other via a digital radio link. The search coil contains the essential components for processing the signals, which no longer need to be conveyed via a wire link but are digitised and analysed directly at source by an ultra-miniature digital circuit, which greatly improves the quality of signal acquisition. This circuit, which is integrated in the detection head, processes the information and sends it to the headphones and remote control in real time via a radio link.
The Neev Center has a history of investigating archeological sites using laser scanning as well as shallow seismics to investigate earthquake damage or caustive faults. With excess student manpower on-site the metal finder offers the possibility of also locating ferrous and non-farrous metals, with the appropriate archeological permissions. The equipment can also be used in shallow water up to 3m depth.