Nokta Impact Metal Detector
The Nokta Impact is new for 2017. It features the ability to switch from 5 kHz to 14 kHz or 20 kHz by merely changing a control setting. The coils work with all three frequencies equally well.
The Nokta Impact has a full array of search modes designed to cover almost any metal detecting situation. In general the 5 kHz modes will be most efficient for searching for high conductive targets like coins and large items at depth. The 20 kHz frequency excels on small and low conductive targets like gold jewelry or gold nuggets. The 14 kHz setting is a good compromise setting for all around detecting.
The Nokta Impact features built in wireless headphone capability (headphones optional). The Impact can download the latest firmware updates over the internet to be installed from a PC, keeping the detector up-to-date. The coil cables are enclosed inside the rod assembly for a clean, snag-free appearance.
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|Technology||Induction Balance (IB)|
|Frequency||5, 14 or 20 kHz|
|Autotune Mode(s)||iSAT Intelligent Self Adjusting Threshold|
|Ground Rejection||Ground Grab, Manual, Tracking|
|Soil Adjust||Normal and Salt (Beach) Modes|
|Discrimination||Variable with Visual ID, Tone ID (2, 3, 4, 99), Notch ID, Variable Tone Breaks, Iron Volume|
|Audio Output||1/4" headphone socket & speaker|
|Hip Mount||Shaft Mount Only|
|Standard Search Coil(s)||11" x 7" DD|
|Optional Search Coils||7.5" x 4" DD, 9.5" x 5" DD, 15.5" x 13.5" DD, 7" Round Concentric|
|Operating Time||8 - 15 hours|
|Additional Technology||Wireless headphone capability built in (headphones optional)|
|Notes||Cable enclosed inside rod assembly|
*Notes on Technical Specifications - Detailed notes about the specifications listed in this chart.