The MUL (Magnetic Underwater Locator) is comprised of three important parts: the bull-nosed titanium sensor, control box, and sensor cable with Amphenol connectors. Together, when the sensor is lowered into the oceans, lakes, rivers, or any body of water, the unit has the ability to sense any ferrous metal that may be present.
Some features include a heavy-duty sensor cable, which can act as a lanyard, with alligator clips for 12-volt auxiliary power. The sensor on the MUL is bull-nosed and tapered. The permanent gel-cell is battery-mounted under the electronics panel, and auto-charges when connected to auxilliary power. The sensor is plated with titanium.