A underground water detector is a device used to detect underground water sources, mainly used in fields such as geological exploration, mineral resource development, and groundwater extraction.
The working principle of a groundwater detector is to use the principle of electromagnetic induction to detect the location and depth of groundwater sources by emitting and receiving electromagnetic waves. Detectors are usually composed of transmitters, receivers, antennas, controllers, etc.
The transmitter emits electromagnetic waves underground, and the receiver receives the electromagnetic wave signals reflected back from the underground, and processes and analyzes them through the controller to determine the location and depth of underground water sources.
The advantages of groundwater detectors are fast detection speed, high accuracy, simple operation, and convenient portability, but there are also some drawbacks, such as high environmental requirements and susceptibility to interference.
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