SECON Ortungstechnik

UPEX® ONE-2 Metalldetector


  • Extremely high sensitivity
  • Low electromagnetic interference
  • Special new search head
  • Detection of even the smallest nuggets
  • Favourable cost/benefi t ratio






UPEX® ONE-2 is EBINGER?s high performance detector for gold and coin hunters. Its technology is oriented on the highly sensitive metal detectors used for humanitarian mine detection work. SECON Sicherheitstechnische Anlagen GmbH, Wiesbaum/Eifel, a member of the EBINGER group, looks after the marketing of the UPEX® ONE-2 on the wide market.
  • Easy to assemble
  • Low weight
  • Variable shaft length
  • Sensor cable in the telescopic shaft
  • Special 280 mm Ø nugget search head

Constructional features

In its standard form of execution the UPEX® ONE-2 is equipped with a search head with a diameter of approx. 280 mm. The special configuration of the winding ensures good suppression of soil-magnetic effects. This increases the sensitivity for small objects and the PIN-POINTING capability.
  • Light in weight, robust, easy to use
  • Long service life, low maintenance
  • Solidly manufactured, mechanically robust
  • High-quality material
  • "Made in Germany" quality

Further features:

  • S-shaped handle with telescopic shaft
  • Can be dismantled for easy transport
  • Rechargeable battery pack with socket for headphones
  • Operating controls:
  • Stepping switch
  • Sound threshold (TUNE)
  • Ground compensation (GEB)
  • Mode switch (N/C)
  • Battery status LED
  • Headphones with volume regulator

Mode of operation

The UPEX® ONE-2 operates on the pulse-induction method (PI). The PI principle can be compared to an electromagnetic echo method. A DC current is periodically transmitted to the search head. It changes in intensity after it is switched off showing a step function (on/off). This creates strong magnetic pulses which induce eddy currents in metal objects which are within its range. These eddy currents act back on the search head as a secondary field. This reaction is evaluated electronically and indicated as a detection signal. The method has specific advantages. A pulseanalyzing function (PA) provides the operator with information in acoustic form - through the tone of the audio signal becoming higher or lower - on the decay characteristics andconductivity of the metal objects as detected. This pulse induction process is based on the invention of the German inventor Ing. C. Colani. In the early 70s EBINGER acquired the patent and thus became the first manufacturer of PI detectors in Germany. Over decades the procedure has been further developed. Today EBINGER has products based on well-proven PI technology for a wide range of applications.

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