To use the SmartSolo IGU-16, follow these steps:
1. Setup and Preparation:
Ensure that you have all the necessary components and accessories, including the IGU-16 unit, geophones, cables, and connectors.
Carefully inspect the equipment for any damage or defects.
2. Geophone Placement:
Determine the optimal location for the geophones based on your specific survey or research requirements.
Place the geophones in the ground, ensuring that they are securely positioned.
3. Cable Connection:
Connect the geophones to the IGU-16 unit using the provided cables and connectors. Make sure the connections are secure.
4. Power On:
Power on the SmartSolo IGU-16 by following the manufacturer's instructions. Typically, this involves pressing the power button or switch.
Configure the IGU-16 according to your survey parameters. This may involve setting the recording duration, sampling rate, and other relevant parameters.
6. Data Collection:
Initiate data collection by starting the IGU-16. It will record seismic or geophysical data based on your settings.
7. Data Retrieval:
After the data collection period is complete, power off the IGU-16 and disconnect the geophones.
8. Data Analysis:
Transfer the recorded data to a computer or data analysis software for further processing and interpretation.
Clean and inspect the equipment after use, and store it in a safe and dry environment.
10. Data Storage:
Store the collected data in a secure location for future reference or analysis.
Please note that the specific steps and procedures for using the SmartSolo IGU-16 may vary based on the model and firmware version. Always refer to the manufacturer's user manual and documentation for detailed and model-specific instructions. Additionally, if you are not experienced in using geophysical equipment, it's advisable to seek guidance from experts or professionals in the field to ensure accurate and reliable data collection.