The 3F-32 is a large diameter sensor that is used in conjunction with the KT-20 handheld console to measure the magnetic susceptibility or magnetic susceptibility plus conductivity of the Earth’s subsurface to map soils, detect anomalies, or find buried objects. Applications for the 3F-32 sensor include agriculture, archaeology, and environmental investigations.
The 3F-32 sensor features three frequencies: 1, 10 and 100 kHz. Each frequency has its own benefit for measuring magnetic susceptibility and conductivity, and enable the sensor to be used for sounding investigations in favorable soil conditions. The 3F-32 sensor is equipped with a telescopic pole and arm support enabling users to easily and comfortably take measurements while standing or walking.
The KT-20 with 3F-32 sensor is an ideal instrument for field research. It can take a single measurement at a specific location, or continuously collect data to map an entire area. A GPS receiver is integrated into the KT-20 console to provide location coordinates with the data. It also has a built-in high resolution digital camera to visually document any sample of interest. Data from the KT-20 can be exported into third-party mapping
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