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ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING GARRETT METAL DETECTORS Thank you for choosing a Garrett Metal Detectors
ACE
™ series detector. This enhanced metal detector has all the depth and technology, including Garrett’s exclusive Target ID technology you need to make your treasure hunting adventures exciting and very rewarding. All of our products are backed by 50 years of extensive research and development that ensures your ACE detector is the most advanced of its kind in the industry.
The
ACE series of detectors includes Garrett’s patented discrimination feature. This technology, found only on Garrett detectors, features two indicator scales that allow the user to seethe detector’s discrimination setting (Lower Scale) as well as the analysis of each detected target (Upper Scale. They also include the highly acclaimed x
PRO
formance searchcoil. This highly rugged, epoxy-filled searchcoil covers more ground per scan and offers greater depth to find those deeply buried treasures. In order to take full advantage of the special features and functions of the ACE 150 and 250 metal detectors, carefully read this instruction manual in its entirety.
LIST OF PARTS


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ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACE Parts ...............................................................................5
ACE Assembly ........................................................................6
ACE Features and Controls ...................................................8
ACE 150 ............................................................................8
ACE 250 ......................................................................... Hunting With Your ACE Detector ....................................... Digging a Target .................................................................. Troubleshooting Guide ....................................................... Code of Ethics .................................................................... Caution ................................................................................ Bench Tests Caring For Your ACE Detector ............................................ 25
ACE Warranty / Service ..................................................... 26
ACE Accessories ................................................................. Suggested Reading .............................................................31


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ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 5
ACE ILLUSTRATION
ACE PARTS No tools are required to assemble the ACE 250 or 150 enhanced metal detectors. Four (4) AA batteries are included with the detector Before assembling your ACE metal detector ensure you have the complete set of parts, which include:
• Control Housing with S-shaped Ramrod Stem
• Upper Stem
Lower Stem
• One (1) Wing Nut
• Two (2) Mounting Washers
• One (1) Threaded Bolt
• One (1) x Searchcoil with Cable If any part is missing, please contact your local dealer.
Control
Housing
S-shaped Ramrod Stem
Upper
Stem
Lower
Stem
Searchcoil
Threaded
Bolt
Handle
Grip
Padded
Arm Cuff
LCD
Screen
Detector
Stand
Pushbutton
Controls
Washer
Knob
Spring
Clip


5. Depress the spring clip in the lower stem to adjust to the most comfortable operating length. Wrap the searchcoil snugly about the stem with the first turn of the cable over the stem. Insert the cable connector into the connector of control housing and hand-tighten.
8. The location of the arm cuff maybe adjusted by removing the screw on the bottom and moving it to the other hole Garrett Metal Detectors
ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 7
ACE ASSEMBLY. Align the holes in the mounting washers with the small posts on the stem and press firmly into the lower stem.
2.
2. Slide the searchcoil onto the stem. Insert the threaded bolt through the holes of the lower stem and searchcoil. Hand-tighten the searchcoil assembly with the remaining wing nut. Depress the spring clip and insert the control housing into the upper stem.
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ACE 150 FEATURES. Mode
—Indicates which of the three detection modes is selected by highlighting the corresponding word on the
LCD screen. Target ID Legend
—A printed Target ID Legend is located directly above the LCD screen and indicates commonly found targets and metals. When a target is detected, the
Target ID cursor will appear below the word that most likely indicates the type of target found, based on its conductivity.
The
ACE 150 is designed with Garrett’s exclusive Graphic Target ID technology, which indicates the probable identification of a target along a horizontal scale that reads from low conductive metals (e.g. iron) on the left to high conductive metals (e.g. US. coins) on the right. Upper Scale
—The Upper Scale, where the Target ID cursor is illuminated when a target is detected, consists of five
(5) graphical segments.
4. Target ID Cursor
—The Target ID cursor is illuminated in the
Upper Scale and indicates the probable identity of a detected target.
5. Lower Scale
—The lower horizontal scale, or Notch
Discrimination Scale, indicates the discrimination pattern where the ACE will or will not produce an audible signal when a target is located. This scale changes when switching between Detection Modes.
No audible signal will be produced when a target is located where a notch is absent (those Lower Scale regions where no cursors are visible. Coin Depth
—The depth of a coin, or similar sized target, will be shown on the LCD screen. Depth is indicated when the LCD scale is illuminated at 2”, 4” or 6+ inches. Sweep over the target with the searchcoil 1” from the soil to get the most accurate reading. Note Targets larger than a coin may display shallower than actual depth while targets smaller than a coin may display deeper than actual depth. Low Battery Indicator
—When the unit’s batteries become weak, the Low Battery Indicator will remain on. For best performance, replace the old batteries with quality alkaline AA batteries. NiMH rechargeable batteries maybe used, but will have a shorter life per charge. You can expect 20 to 40 hours of operation depending on battery type Access and replace the batteries on the ACE 150 and
250 by gently sliding the cover off the control
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ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 9

housing. Remove batteries from the ACE when the unit will be stored for longer than 30 days. Headphone Jack
—Any 1/4” plug headphones can be inserted into the jack found on the reverse side of the
Control Housing.
9. Tone ID
—The Tone ID feature produces distinct audible tones based on a target’s conductivity
High conductivity targets (such as US. coins) produce a unique belltone signal Medium conductivity targets (such as jewelry, nickels and international coins, produce a standard-pitched audio signal.
• Low conductivity targets (such as iron and nails) produce a low-pitch audio signal Garrett Metal Detectors
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ACE 150 CONTROLS. POWER Pushbutton (press and hold to reset to factory recommended settings)
—Press and release to switch the unit ON and resume hunting with the same settings and modifications used prior to turning the unit OFF. When the POWER pushbutton is pressed and held for 5 to 10 seconds until the detector beeps, the ACE 150 will return to the factory recommended settings of each MODE.
2. SENSITIVITY Pushbutton
—Push the SENSITIVITY button to step through the four (4) sensitivity levels, which are continuously shown on the LCD screen.
Use higher sensitivity levels when searching for very small or very deep targets. Use lower sensitivity levels in locations where the detector is behaving erratically due to excessive metallic trash interference, high mineral soils, saltwater beaches, or other metal detectors are present.


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ACE 150 ◆ ACE 250 13 3. MODE Pushbutton
—Push the MODE button to select one of three desired detection Modes • All-Metal Mode—This MODE is designed to detect every type of metal and should be used when you want to find all metal items or when the materials of the desired object is unknown Switch to the All-Metal Mode to aid in locating a target when its signal is inconsistent. (Inconsistent signals can mean a trash target is close to a good target • Jewelry Mode—This mode is designed to find jewelry such as rings, bracelets, watches and necklaces and ignore most trash items such as bottle caps and nails • Coins Mode—This mode is designed to find all types of coins and eliminate trash items such as iron, bottle caps, most pulltabs and other objects normally encountered while coin hunting. Some bent pulltabs and pieces of tabs may not be eliminated from detection.
Some digging of junk targets is to be expected, such as soft drink cans.



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