Product Effect is a term used to quantify the magnetic and conductive fingerprint of a product for metal detection purposes. All products have a product effect, and metal detectors must factor the magnetic and conductive properties of the product and the environment into the mathematical equation of determining detector sensitivity and detection capability.
Your specific product, whether it’s frozen food or iron ore, has a combination of magnetic and conductive properties, and these properties are measured as the product passes through the metal detector aperture (opening) during the learn process. The processor in the metal detector “learns” these properties and creates a buffer that allows the product to pass through the detector without setting off a detection alarm.
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