British Army Mine Detector No. 4c Set in Wooden Box (10) (UOS) -
Original British Army Mine Detector No. 4c Set in Wood Transit Chest, Dating from the time of the Cold War (1960’s) these were the standard Mine Detector for the British Army in the 1960s and later. Officially known as the Mine Detector No 4c, each runs on 9-volt batteries (not included), Mine detector Head with foldout telescopic handle grip that can be strapped to one arm, One Set of Rubber Earphones with wiring harness to power Pack. Neat Power Pack / control box (amplifier) with belt attachments with wiring to detector head. The United Scientific Instruments No 4C mine detector was the standard mine detector of the British Army from 1968. Earlier models were the No 4 and No 4A. The No 4C comprises a search head mounted on a telescopic handle, an amplifier unit, headphones and connecting cables. For transport, the equipment is disassembled and carried in a wooden case, which also contains the spare battery, test boxes, extension cables and other accessories.