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Well there it is Strick!

The elusive flux generator in the 14” ZED coil

Good to see all that tuition money for school wasn’t wasted ??

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That's one of the top ten coolest posts I've seen on gold forums! Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks stick, I'd love to see inside my X-coil, and the other GPZ X-coils! Looks like a ferrite choke inside the GPZ 14" stock coil too but the wires go into it tightly bunched and come out loose.  Somethings going on in there ?

Very cool post!

Animal name :laugh:

I now know why Mars backed out of making Gold Monster coils, look at that chip in there.

Is the Gold Bug 2 coil the one with fireworks going off inside it?

 

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On ya Strick, spooky lookin mob of animals you mustered up there. I think I`ll stick to a juicy thick tee bone, lightly scorched grilled on a rarin fire. That`ll get Nurse Paul goin, Trent`ll get no sense out of him today.

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13 minutes ago, jasong said:

That's one of the top ten coolest posts I've seen on gold forums! Thanks for sharing.

I agree - it's rare to see something really different on the forums and this is one of those posts for sure!

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18 minutes ago, phrunt said:

Looks like a ferrite choke inside the GPZ 14" stock coil too!

We've had a ferrite inside our coil all along it looks like. :tongue:

It's not in the photo you posted of the coil being tested in the Minelab bench, wonder if it's just an FCC compliance thing as some mentioned in earlier threads. It seems to be covering a wire junction or solder point in the middle.

Anyone know what that square thing in the GB2 coil is?

Also, I hope my Deus coil goes bad at some point just so I can take it apart without worry about breaking it and figure out how they crammed a whole detector into that tiny amount of circuitry. There must be more shielded in that tube thing.

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I doubt it is there for FCC compliance as there is also one on the coil cables input going into the GPZ housing, very interesting development though...  I've seen an X-ray before of a GPZ coil somewhere I think on a Russian site but didn't notice the ferrite on it.  Maybe it was a cut off image.  One of the coolest posts in a long time strick!

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They are amazing. I have never seen anything like that ?

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outstanding post strick

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