The KS 800 metal detector has new software with many features. It can be used in geology, mining, archaeology and to locate historical sites, objects and spaces underground. It can sense regressive and water, metals and objects, and scan thick walls. Its advantages include: Continuous measurement, auto-saved data, 3D display, external storage, Voxler loading, Internet connection and surface search. The device consists of antenna, battery, trolley, touchpad, 2D/3D software, USB and 16KB buffer memory. Its dimensions: 26cm (without chassis)/1.25cm (with chassis), 43cm wide, 63cm long. The FMCW ground radar offers a single antenna for all depth ranges.
The KS700 is for cavity location. It includes an electronic control unit, shielded antenna, power supply, data visualization software and 2D/3D software. Applications include archeology, contamination investigation, underground exploration, risk exclusion and old tunnel/room location. It uses FMCW radar, locating up to 40m in solid rock and 60m in limestone (for wide, high WWII tunnels).