Simplicity is a given when you operate an INOVA nodal system. Throughout the years, we have continuously improved the industry’s ability to achieve truly cable-free seismic exploration.
Driven by the need for higher resolution imaging, seismic acquisition systems have evolved into highly flexible and yet robust platforms capable of handling complex source configurations and thousands of receivers.
|Battery Life:||~50 days of 24-hour recording @ 2ms sampling||~90 days of 24-hour recording @ 2ms sampling||~180 days of 24-hour recording @ 2ms sampling|
|Local Data Storage per Unit:||8 or 16GB||16 or 32GB||16 or 32GB|
|Sensor Support:||Analog 1C (built-in)||Analog 1-3C or Digital 1-3C||Analog 1-C or Digital 1-3C (optional)|
|Built-in GPS Receiver||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Sample rates supported||1,2,4 ms||¼ , ½ , 1, 2 or 4 ms||1,2,4 ms|
|Operating Temperatures:||-40℃ to +70℃||-40℃ to +85℃||-40℃ to +85℃|
|Unit Weight:||650 grams (1.43 lbs)||1.72 kg (3.8 lbs)||0.9 kg (2lbs)|
|iX1 Operating System:||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Integration with G3i HD:||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Wayne Whitener, President & CEO of TGC Industries
Gerard Clinton, Crew 6 Party Chief of Tesla Exploration, Inc.
What does it all mean? Vibroseis terms can be confusing, and there are many terms used in seismic acquisition today. This is exacerbated by the fact that, in some instances, the same term is used with a different meaning depending on the context it is being applied. Our team here at INOVA discuss vibroseis terminology and explains terms like fundamental ground force and peak ground force as well as other common terms used today.
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