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High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C is the ultimate solution for your seismic data collection needs. Designed by SmartSolo Inc., this cutting-edge device combines the functionality of a seismic node, node seismograph, and Smartsolo geophone, providing unparalleled performance and accuracy in the field.
With its advanced IP68 seismic sensors, the High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C ensures reliable data capture even in the harshest environments. Whether you're conducting seismic surveys in remote locations or monitoring ground vibrations in urban areas, this device delivers precise and high-resolution seismic data, enabling you to make informed decisions with confidence.
What sets the High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C apart is its cost-effective and cheap seismic data storage capabilities. Equipped with state-of-the-art data storage technology, this logger allows for efficient data management and storage, eliminating the need for expensive external storage devices. Say goodbye to cumbersome and costly storage solutions, and streamline your seismic data collection process with ease.
The High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C boasts a user-friendly interface and intuitive controls, making it accessible to both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the field. Its compact and rugged design ensures portability and durability, allowing you to deploy the device in any terrain or weather condition.
Whether you're conducting seismic research, environmental monitoring, or geological exploration, the High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C is the perfect companion for your data collection endeavors. With its unmatched performance, reliable sensors, and cost-effective data storage, this logger empowers you to unlock valuable insights from the Earth's subsurface.
Upgrade your seismic data collection process today with the High Resolution Seismic Data Logger 1C and experience the future of seismic technology. SmartSolo Inc. is proud to bring you this innovative solution that combines efficiency, affordability, and accuracy for all your seismic data needs.
- 132mm(L)×97mm(W)×50mm(H)(without external DCK pluh)
- <3 hours
- 25 days Continuous@ 2ms
- 50 days Segmented (12hours ON/12hours SLEEP) @ 2ms
- Seismic data channel(s) : 1
- ADC resolution : 32 bits
- Sample intervals : 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4 milliseconds
- Preamplifier gain : 0dB to 36 dB in 6 dB steps
- Anti-alias filter : 206.5 Hz @ 2ms (82.6% of Nyquist)Selectable - Linear Phase or Minimum Phase
- DC blocking filter : 1Hz to 10Hz, 1Hz increments or DC Removed
- Operating temperature : -40°C ~ +70°C
- Waterproof : IP68
- Charging Temperature Range : +3°C ~ +45°C
- Maximum Input Signal : ±2.5Vpeak @ Gain 0dB
- Equivalent Input Noise : 0.18μV @ 2ms Gain 18dB
- Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.0002% @ Gain 0dB
- Common Mode Rejection : ≥100dB
- Gain Accuracy : <0.5%
- GPS Time Standard : 1ppm
- Timing Accuracy : ±10μs, GPS Disciplined
- System Dynamic Range : 145dB
- Frequency Response : 0 ~ 1652Hz
- Remark : All parameters are specified at 2ms sample interval, 31.25 Hz, 25°C, unless otherwise indicated
FAQ about Smartsolo Geophone
1: Geophones Definition
Geophones are devices used in the field of geophysics to detect and measure ground vibrations. They are essential tools in seismic surveys and other geophysical studies that involve the measurement of seismic waves.
2: How Do Geophones Work?
Geophone Working Principle: Geophones work based on the principle of electromagnetic induction. They consist of a coil of wire and a magnet suspended within a casing. When a seismic wave passes through the ground, it causes the ground to vibrate. These vibrations induce relative motion between the coil and magnet within the geophone, generating an electrical voltage proportional to the ground vibrations. This voltage signal is then recorded and analyzed to extract valuable information about the subsurface geology.
3: What Is Seismic Data Acquisition
Seismic data acquisition is the process of collecting data about the Earth's subsurface using seismic techniques. It typically involves deploying geophones or other seismic sensors in an array or network across a survey area. These sensors detect and record ground vibrations generated by seismic sources, such as vibrating trucks or explosive charges. The recorded data, known as seismic data, is then processed and analyzed to create detailed images and models of the subsurface. Seismic data acquisition plays a crucial role in various applications, including oil and gas exploration, geotechnical investigations, and earthquake studies.
4:What are the different types of geophones?
Geophones come in various types, each designed for specific seismic survey requirements. Common types include vertical-component geophones, three-component geophones, and rotational geophones. Vertical-component geophones measure ground motion in the vertical direction, while three-component geophones record motion in all three spatial directions (vertical, north-south, and east-west). Rotational geophones are used to detect rotational ground motions. The choice of geophone type depends on the specific objectives and parameters of the seismic survey.
5:What are geophones used for?
Geophones are essential tools in the field of geophysics and seismic exploration. They are used to detect and measure ground vibrations caused by seismic waves. Geophones play a crucial role in seismic surveys, where they are deployed in arrays or networks to capture seismic data for subsurface imaging and characterization. Geophysicists use geophones to investigate subsurface structures, map geological formations, locate hydrocarbon reservoirs, monitor induced seismicity, assess earthquake hazards, and conduct various other geophysical studies. Geophones provide valuable data that helps in understanding the Earth's subsurface properties and processes.