Discrimination How does it work?

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Metal detectors even though they are indispensable nowadays especially in the current security context do not date so long that ca. In fact the principle of operation of metal detectors is pretty simple to understand.It emits magnetic signals to probe a given surface. Sensors with the unit measure the time between the issuance of a signal and its reception at the level of the disk provided for this purpose (when this signal is sent by surface probed to the detector). You should know that different metals return a signal to the disc at different speeds. So when you are looking for a specific metal, you can be on to not be wrong about the presence and the nature of this metal in many cases. That is the principle of discrimination of metals. In fact, people with enough sharp knowledge in physics recognized this principle an application of the so-called Act of Lorenz.
The latter describes the reaction of any body subjected to an electromagnetic field.Indeed metals exposed to electromagnetic radiation are then crossed by a current that moves following a direction contrary to that of this field.


However, please note that the principle of discrimination is not 100% reliable. Metal (even recent models) detectors are always limits.Indeed, several factors can disrupt or distort the detector discrimination and lead to errors of assessment of the unit. The type of terrain, the structure of the object sought to identify, the superposition of two objects of different types (one being metal and the other not) can greatly influence the reliability of the unit.

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