By Kaplan Schweser
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At the time of writing, no independent test of the battery check-circuit against the battery-state of leading detectors has been published. The authors recommend instigating the battery replacement regime that feels safest. Rechargeable batteries are used by some groups but should not be used with standard chargers and power from generators. Some specialist charging systems are available. Ideally these have a charging time of not more than four hours and can use a wide range of power inputs so that an unstable mains power supply, generator or a vehicle may be reliably used as a power source.
Open hillside An ‘open hillside’ may imply the absence of an undergrowth problem but this may depend on the time of year, and also on what is thought of as ‘open’. In some areas, the term ‘hillside’ may also imply a need for the deminers to have climbing skills. Any description of a landscape is to some extent subjective. Our description of the road bridge in ‘D’ as ‘heavily overgrown’ might be challenged by someone working in a jungle area. Mined area ‘A’ shows a hillside in the Balkans. The mined area crossed the hills but additional mines were placed in the gully where attackers might take cover.
Detecting deep-level explosive remnants of war Explosive remnants of war can frequently become buried at depths beyond the range of conventional metal detectors. This may be due to natural events that deposit spoil on top of the devices. More frequently, ERW that have a ‘delivery method’ which involves ground impact can be deeply buried on arrival. Examples range from mortars and artillery to air-delivered bombs. Opinion varies over the average percentage of munitions that fail to detonate as designed but the authors accept that 15 % is probably a low estimate.
CFA 2010 Level 3 Schweser Seminar Slide Workbook Volume 2 by Kaplan Schweser