Bounty Hunter Pioneer 505 User Manual

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM CAUSE SOLUTION
Detector chatters • Using detector indoors • Use detector outdoors only
or beeps erratically • Using detector near • Move away from power lines
power lines • Keep 2 detectors at least 20’
• Using 2 detectors in apart
close proximity • Only dig up repeatable signals
• Highly oxidized buried object • Reduce sensitivity until erratic
• Environmental electromagnetic signals cease
interference
Constant low tone or constant • Discharged batteries • Rep

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- Motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES TABLE OF CONTENTS After selecting your operating mode, non-repeatable nature. TERMINOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 swing the search coil gently side-to-side, The Pioneer 505 is a very sensitive and slightly overlapping each sweep as you deep-seeking detector. It will respond move forward. Make sure you keep your loudly to many targets that other detec- ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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- Motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES TERMINOLOGY ELIMINATION PINPOINTING COIL MOVEMENT Reference to a metal being 'eliminated' means that the detector will not emit a tone, nor light up an LCD indicator, when a specified object passes through the coil’s Accurate pinpointing takes practice When swinging the coil, be detection field. and is best accomplished by careful to keep it level with the DISCRIMINATION “X-ing” the target area. ground about one inch from the When the detector emits diff

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-Motion modes only AUDIO TARGET ID EASY ASSEMBLY In the DISC, NOTCH or AUTONOTCH PULL TABS: Assembling your Pioneer 505 Metal Knurled Bolt modes, the detector emits three Pull tabs are the most bothersome Detector is easy and requires no tools. Knob distinct tones, which classify metal trash items for detectorist. Most will Just follow these steps: objects into categories induce a medium tone. Most will be eliminated automatically in the AUTO 1 Using the supplied bolt and knurled l NOTCH mode,

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- No-motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES BATTERIES In the No-Motion All-Metal Mode, coil sweep technique is not important. Rather, user retuning is critical. IMPORTANT: Always use ALKALINE batteries for optimal performance. The detector does not automatically adjust to changing ground and Always remove the batteries for prolonged storage. environmental conditions; the operator is required to make the adjustment. If the detector sounds a constant tone over all areas of the ground, retune the

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BATTERY/ DEPTH INDICATORS & SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT QUICK-START DEMO I. SUPPLIES NEEDED BATTERY INDICATOR: SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT: • Nickel • Quarter • A small piece of aluminum foil The LOW BATT indicator will flash as The principle use for the SENSITIVITY • Dime • A Nail • A large screwdriver or other large iron object the unit is powered on. If the knob is to eliminate • A Zinc Penny (dated after 1982) indicator comes on and stays on, ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE replace the batteries. (EMI).

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BASIC OPERATION -Motion modes only LCD TARGET DISPLAY IRON/FOIL: All sizes of iron and TURN THE DETECTOR ON READING THE DISPLAY aluminum objects will register on the The LCD Target Display is accurate in Click the left knob to the on position. far-left side of the scale. This could the Motion Modes only. Three tones will sound. indicate a worthless item such as a nail, The detector automatically enters the DISC Mode. The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) shows or a more valuable historic iron relic.

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continued BASIC OPERATION SUMMARY OF OPERATING MODES on the ground. Non-repeatable tones indicate the presence of trash objects I. NO-MOTION ALL-METAL MODE • Deepest Seeking Mode or highly oxidized metals. • No motion is required • All metals will be detected You can increase the level of sensitivity, depending on the ground • One tone only • Manual Ground Balance: User must tune and retune with the GroundTrac button. conditions. If the detector emits false signals, simply reduce the Sensitiv

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continued BASIC OPERATION SUMMARY OF OPERATING MODES on the ground. Non-repeatable tones indicate the presence of trash objects I. NO-MOTION ALL-METAL MODE • Deepest Seeking Mode or highly oxidized metals. • No motion is required • All metals will be detected You can increase the level of sensitivity, depending on the ground • One tone only • Manual Ground Balance: User must tune and retune with the GroundTrac button. conditions. If the detector emits false signals, simply reduce the Sensitiv

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BASIC OPERATION -Motion modes only LCD TARGET DISPLAY IRON/FOIL: All sizes of iron and TURN THE DETECTOR ON READING THE DISPLAY aluminum objects will register on the The LCD Target Display is accurate in Click the left knob to the on position. far-left side of the scale. This could the Motion Modes only. Three tones will sound. indicate a worthless item such as a nail, The detector automatically enters the DISC Mode. The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) shows or a more valuable historic iron relic.

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BATTERY/ DEPTH INDICATORS & SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT QUICK-START DEMO I. SUPPLIES NEEDED BATTERY INDICATOR: SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT: • Nickel • Quarter • A small piece of aluminum foil The LOW BATT indicator will flash as The principle use for the SENSITIVITY • Dime • A Nail • A large screwdriver or other large iron object the unit is powered on. If the knob is to eliminate • A Zinc Penny (dated after 1982) indicator comes on and stays on, ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE replace the batteries. (EMI).

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- No-motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES BATTERIES In the No-Motion All-Metal Mode, coil sweep technique is not important. Rather, user retuning is critical. IMPORTANT: Always use ALKALINE batteries for optimal performance. The detector does not automatically adjust to changing ground and Always remove the batteries for prolonged storage. environmental conditions; the operator is required to make the adjustment. If the detector sounds a constant tone over all areas of the ground, retune the

Bounty Hunter Pioneer 505 Manual

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-Motion modes only AUDIO TARGET ID EASY ASSEMBLY In the DISC, NOTCH or AUTONOTCH PULL TABS: Assembling your Pioneer 505 Metal Knurled Bolt modes, the detector emits three Pull tabs are the most bothersome Detector is easy and requires no tools. Knob distinct tones, which classify metal trash items for detectorist. Most will Just follow these steps: objects into categories induce a medium tone. Most will be eliminated automatically in the AUTO 1 Using the supplied bolt and knurled l NOTCH mode,

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- Motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES TERMINOLOGY ELIMINATION PINPOINTING COIL MOVEMENT Reference to a metal being 'eliminated' means that the detector will not emit a tone, nor light up an LCD indicator, when a specified object passes through the coil’s Accurate pinpointing takes practice When swinging the coil, be detection field. and is best accomplished by careful to keep it level with the DISCRIMINATION “X-ing” the target area. ground about one inch from the When the detector emits diff

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- Motion modes IN THE FIELD TECHNIQUES TABLE OF CONTENTS After selecting your operating mode, non-repeatable nature. TERMINOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 swing the search coil gently side-to-side, The Pioneer 505 is a very sensitive and slightly overlapping each sweep as you deep-seeking detector. It will respond move forward. Make sure you keep your loudly to many targets that other detec- ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE SYMPTOM CAUSE SOLUTION Detector chatters • Using detector indoors • Use detector outdoors only or beeps erratically • Using detector near • Move away from power lines power lines • Keep 2 detectors at least 20’ • Using 2 detectors in apart close proximity • Only dig up repeatable signals • Highly oxidized buried object • Reduce sensitivity until erratic • Environmental electromagnetic signals cease interference Constant low tone or constant • Discharged batteries • Repla