ADMT series single-channel electric water finder is based on the principle of MT electromagnetic method, simplifying some of the core functions of foreign instruments and design, respectively measuring the electric field, electromagnetic field value size after data acquisition, denoising and smoothing, field source correction, model inversion and other functions, the scene that can automatically produce two-dimensional, three-dimensional effect map.
Developed using Andriod system, it can call the GPS, storage, photo and network that is chat function and cloud backup function of mobile phone. Intelligent data analysis using backend big data, global geological data information, with simple operation, intelligent and accurate information on finding the location, depth and water output of groundwater.
The Aidu single-channel well-drilling and water-finding instrument series has been awarded several invention patents (Patent No. 201320054153.5, 201120214308.8, 201120567915.2, 201320303919.9).
ADMT-200S-Y 3D Touch screen type water detector has obtained a number of invention patents (patent numbers: 201320054153.5, 201120214308.8, 201120567915.2, 201320303919.9). In particular, the field source correction function of the invention patent "Earth Electromagnetic Field Source Correction Geophysical Prospecting Method and Measuring Device" 201310205318.9 solves the shortcomings of inconsistencies and changes in the intensity of natural electric field sources.
ADMT-200S-Y 3D Touch screen type water detector Parameter :
(Intelligent frequency select) :40 Frequencies
Repetitive Erro:±3% ±2% bit
A/D Switch:16 bit 1Msps
Imput Impedance: ≥10MΩ
Power Frequency suppression: >80dB
Data Storage:Phone Storage spce or cloud space 20G
Display :Mobile Phone or tablet PC(touching LCD 5-10.1")
Connection Mode: Bluetooch 4.0
Mainframe Power Supply :DC7.4v 3000MAh lithium battery
Mainframe Power consumption:230mA
Forty-seven years of independent research and development
16 channels of simultaneous input measurements, 5 minutes to wire
16 channels of simultaneous input measurements