4901-0188-1 Inst Manual, Getting Started Guide GPZ

4901-0188-1 Inst Manual, Getting Started Guide GPZ
Getting Started Guide
Guía de Introducción
Guia de Iniciação
Guide de démarrage
Руководство по началу работы
‫دليل البدء‬
XChange 2 Compatible
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English
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ES
Español
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PT
Português
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FR
Français
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RU
Русский язык
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AR
‫العربية‬
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Part Number 4901-0188 | Revision 1

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CAUTION
Use of this appliance by children aged less than 8 years is prohibited.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and by persons with reduced
physical or mental capabilities if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
COMPLIANCE
SOFTWARE
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE
FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE
MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY
CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Information to the User (FCC Part 15.105)
NOTE: Class B Devices
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help
Certain components of the XChange2 PC software
application for use in conjunction with the Minelab
GPZ 7000 are subject to the GNU General Public
License, Version 2 (‘GPLv2’, www.gnu.org/copyleft/
gpl.html), or other open source licenses (‘Open
Source Software’). In compliance with the terms
of these Open Source Software licenses, the Open
Source Software that Minelab uses, modifies and
distributes is made available to the public, in source
code form, at www.minelab.com/open-source.
Complete details of the applicable licenses can be
downloaded from this website, and can also be
found on the installation CD for the software that is
included in the box with the GPZ 7000 detector.
DISCLAIMER
The Minelab metal detector discussed in this
instruction manual has been expressly designed
and manufactured as a quality metal detector and is
recommended for gold detecting in non-hazardous
environments. This metal detector has not been
designed for use as a mine detector or as a live
munitions detection tool.
PLEASE NOTE
Since there may be a variety of options available for
this detector, equipment may vary according to the
Model or items ordered with your detector. Certain
descriptions and illustrations may also differ (in this
manual) from the exact Model that you purchased.
In addition, Minelab reserves the right to respond to
ongoing technical progress by introducing changes
in design, equipment and technical features at any
time.
Minelab®, GPZ 7000®, ZVT™, Super‑D™, Wi‑Stream™, GPSi™, FindPoint®, GeoHunt™, GeoStore™, GeoTrail™,
XChange Your Detecting Connection™, PRO‑SWING 45® are trademarks of Minelab Electronics Pty. Ltd.
Google Maps is a trademark of Google Inc.
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Main Detector Parts
Main Detector Parts
Detector Assembly
Headphone Module
Battery Pack
GPZ 7000 is not waterproof
Battery Latches
Armrest Strap
Stand
Armrest
Detector Assembly
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5. Lock the cam lock by pushing the lever
towards the shaft
Attach mid shaft to upper shaft
1. Release the cam lock on the upper shaft
by pulling the lever away from the shaft.
Control Box
Armrest Lock
Handle
Control Panel
2. The mid shaft can only be inserted into
the upper shaft in one orientation. Ensure
that the key stop on the mid shaft is
aligned to the upper shaft.
Attach coil and lower shaft to mid shaft
3. Slide the mid shaft into the upper shaft
until the key stop appears at the top.
4. Rotate the mid shaft 90° so that the key
stop is oriented as shown.
2. Thread the coil cable up the centre of the
mid shaft.
3. Insert the mid shaft into the lower shaft.
The lower shaft can only be inserted into
the mid shaft in one orientation. Ensure
that the key stop on the mid shaft is
aligned to the upper shaft.
1. Release the camlock on the lower shaft by
pulling the lever away from the shaft.
Upper Shaft
USB Connector
Upper Cam Lock
Trigger
Mid Shaft
Unauthorised modifications or
repairs to your detector will
VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
Lower Cam Lock
Lower Shaft
Coil*
* Coil is waterproof to 1m (3 ft)
Skidplate
Refer to the Instruction Manual on CD for
the full list of parts included with your
detector.
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Detector Assembly
4. Lock the camlock by pushing the lever
towards the shaft.
Detector Assembly
3. Slide the control box further along the
upper shaft until it locks into place.
Attach battery and headphone module
1. Fit the battery pack onto the control box
and close the latches to secure it in place.
Attach Armrest
1. Lift the armrest lock until it is fully open.
Slide the armrest onto the rail on top of
the chassis. Ensure that the sloping sides
of the armrest face toward the control
panel.
Attach control box
WARNING
PINCH POINTS - CONTROL BOX
Take care when sliding the control
box onto the chassis.
1. Slide the control box partly onto the
upper shaft. When it reaches half way it
will click into place to prevent the control
box from sliding while the connectors are
fitted.
NOTE
2. Slide the armrest along the rail so that it
will be positioned comfortably just below
your elbow when holding the detector.
3. Push down the armrest lock to secure the
armrest in position.
The Lithium-Ion battery pack is
supplied partially charged and
should be charged for up to eight hours to
maximise your first use. See ‘Charging Batteries’
for information on how to recharge the
GPZ 7000 battery.
2. Fit the headphone module onto the
control box. Use a screwdriver or coin to
gently tighten the bolt, taking care not to
damage the thread by over-tightening.
2. Attach the coil and control panel cables
to their respective connectors and firmly
tighten the retaining rings.
Adjust Armrest Strap
1. Undo the hook and loop armrest strap.
2. Tighten the strap until your arm is secure
in the armrest, and fasten.
NOTE
To optimise performance, the
retaining rings have fine threads for
precise fitment. Take care not to cross-thread the
retaining rings during assembly.
TIP
To fit a smaller arm, the strap can
be fitted upside down and passed
through the armrest three times.
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GA 10 Assembly
GA 10 Assembly
GA 10 Assembly
3. Attach the C‑clip, with the hook pointing
towards the GA 10 handle. Apply firm
pressure to snap the clip onto the shaft.
The GA 10 Guide Arm is an optional
attachment that helps to reduce fatigue
during long detecting sessions. The GA 10
attaches to the mid shaft and features a
Flex‑link and strap for easy adjustment. A
C‑clip is included with the GA 10 so that it
can be clipped to the detector when not in
use.
NOTE
Adjust the position of the GA 10 on
the shaft until it is comfortable when
swinging the detector.
Store the GA 10
Assemble GA 10
1. Attach the shaft strap to the Flex-link by
looping the end of the strap through the
narrowest slot. Pull until the strap is
captured by the Flex-link.
Attach GA 10 to your detector
To clip the GA 10 to the detector, lay the
GA 10 shaft parallel to the detector’s shaft
and slide the C‑clip into the guide arm
attachment point on the detector.
The GA 10 can be assembled to the detector
for left or right handed use. These steps
illustrate assembly for a right handed user.
For left handed use, perform the same
steps with the GA 10 on the left side of the
detector.
1. Place the Flex-link approximately half way
down the detector’s mid shaft.
2. Attach the Flex‑link to the GA 10 shaft.
Align the holes in the shaft with the key
on the Flex-link. Push the Flex‑link onto
the end of the shaft until it clicks into
place.
2. Wrap the strap around the shaft and loop
the end of the strap through the slot on
the Flex-link. Pull the strap tight until the
Flex‑link hook is through the first slot on
the strap.
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Connecting Headphones
Connecting Headphones
WM 12 Connection and Charging
WM 12 Audio
The GPZ 7000 does not have a built in
speaker. There are three ways you can listen
to audio:
NOTE
If you are using the WM 12 to listen to
audio, attach the WM 12 to the same
side of your body as the detector,
using the supplied belt clip. This will ensure the
most reliable wireless signal.
1. Headphones connected to the detector
2. The WM 12 speaker
3. Headphones connected to the WM 12
Detector Audio
To listen to audio via the WM 12, insert the
headphone plug into the WM 12 headphone
socket.
To connect headphones directly to the
detector, plug the headphone plug into the
socket on the headphone module at the rear
of the detector.
WM 12 Connection and
Charging
Charging WM 12 Battery
The WM 12 contains a rechargeable Li‑Ion
battery, which can be charged by the Li-Ion
battery charger or a standard USB port.
Ensure that your WM 12 battery is fully
charged before you go detecting.
1. Connect the supplied USB cable to the
WM 12.
Connecting WM 12
It is only necessary to perform the wireless
connection procedure once. After initial
connection, the detector and WM 12 will
connect automatically when the WM 12 is
turned on.
To connect the WM 12 to your detector,
navigate to ‘Connect WM 12’ in the Settings
menu and select it to start the guide
sequence.
The Connect
WM 12
Function
2. Connect the other end of the USB cable
to the BC 10 battery charger or directly to
a USB port on your PC.
During the guide sequence, a random
available channel will be displayed. To change
the channel, press the left or right Arrow
buttons. Press Select to confirm the channel.
If using waterproof accessory headphones,
you will need to remove the headphone
module from the control box and connect
the headphones to the exposed headphone
socket, remembering to tighten the retaining
rings.
The WM 12 must be wirelessly linked with
the detector using a wireless connection
process to hear audio.
See ‘Connecting the WM 12’ for WM 12
connection instructions, or refer to your user
manual on CD for more detailed information.
NOTE
Use the Wireless function on the Settings
page to enable or disable wireless. Disabling
wireless when you are not using the WM 12
is recommended to conserve detector
battery life.
The GPZ 7000 is not waterproof
The Wireless
Function
NOTE
The WM 12 can be used without
headphones, as it has a built-in
speaker.
NOTE
The WM 12 Connection LED may
flash red occasionally when the
WM 12 appears to be working
correctly. This indicates a deterioration in radio
communications and is for information only.
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Charging Batteries
Charging Batteries
Quick Start
2. Insert the plug pack, cigarette lighter or
direct connection battery cable connector
into the socket on the right hand side of
the charger.
BC 10 Battery Charger
WARNING: Do not immerse the BC 10 charger in
any liquid or allow water ingress.
Quick Start
4 Noise Cancel
Start detecting quickly with these
six easy steps.
Carry out Noise Cancel noise reduction by
following the guide sequence
When the detector is turned on for the first time,
or following a Reset All, you will be prompted to
set the language, the weight and length units,
and the time zone before the Detect page will
be displayed.
The BC 10 Battery Charger is supplied with
your detector and is used to recharge the
Li-Ion battery pack.
1 Turn On
The BC 10 can be powered by the following:
•• The supplied AC plug pack (100-240V AC)
•• Typical 12V DC car or 24V DC truck
systems. (Using either the cigarette lighter
plug cable or direct battery connection cable
provided)
3. Plug the other end of the cable into the
wall socket and turn on the switch, or
plug into the car cigarette lighter socket. If
using the direct battery connection cable
first attach the black negative (−) clip to
the negative (−) battery terminal, and then
the red positive (+) clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal.
A USB connection is provided for charging
the WM 12.
Plug pack, car
charger,12/24V battery
terminal connection
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5 Quick‑Trak
Press the Power button on the
control panel. After the start up
screens, the Detect page will be
displayed.
Carry out Quick‑Trak ground balancing by
following the instructions displayed onscreen. It is very important to keep the coil
as close as possible to the ground, and to
sweep repeatedly over the same spot. The
audio will quickly become quieter.
2 Select Quick Start
The first function on the
Detect page is Quick Start.
It is highlighted by default.
6 Start Detecting
Press Select to start the
Quick Start guide sequence.
WM 12 charger
connection
1
Recharge the Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
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4. Leave the battery to fully recharge.
The green indicator light will stop flashing
and remain static when the battery is fully
charged (this may take up to four hours).
1. Remove the battery pack from the
detector and place it into the charger,
ensuring that the connector pins align.
If you experience any
difficulties using the
detector after changing
any settings, run the
Quick Start guide
sequence again to easily
reset the detector and return to detecting.
3 Reset Settings
Select ‘Reset Audio and Detection Settings’
when prompted to select an option.
Take the Field Guide included with your
GPZ 7000 when you go detecting for reference.
Read the instruction manual on CD for more
information on advanced operation of the
detector.
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GPZ 7000 Control Panel
GPZ 7000 Control Panel
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GPZ 7000 Control Panel
Map
Detect
Press to access the Map screen and to
scroll through the four Map menu pages
to change the settings of your detector.
Press to access and scroll through the
six Detect menu pages to change the
settings of your detector.
Power
User Button
Press to turn the GPZ 7000 On/Off
Press to activate your selected
function (default Backlight)
Press and hold (from off ) to access
the System menu.
Back
Select (Tick)
Arrows
Press to return to the previous screen
Press (from within the menu
screen) to select a menu
option or confirm an action.
Use the Arrow buttons to navigate up,
down, left, and right within the pages in
the menus.
Press and hold to return to the first
page in the menu.
Now that you have assembled
your GPZ 7000 and used the
Quick Start guide sequence
to begin detecting, there is
much more information readily
available to help you optimise
your detector’s performance
and learn how to use all of its
functions:
Trigger
Press and hold
to activate the
Quick‑Trak function.
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•• This Getting Started Guide
•• The PRO‑SWING 45 Instruction Sheet
•• The pocket sized Field Guide
•• The detailed Instruction Manual (on
supplied CD)
Store
Press to display the Create GeoData
page.
•• The XChange 2 software (on supplied CD
and downloadable from the
www.minelab.com)
•• The XChange 2
Instruction Manual (on
supplied CD)
If you require further assistance or support, please contact your
local dealer or Minelab directly.
We wish you great gold success with your GPZ 7000!
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