Hawk HD is the latest generation nodal technology from INOVA that enhances on the previous generation Hawk nodal system, first introduced in 2012. Smaller and lighter than its predecessor Hawk, the HD node provides unmatched sensor flexibility and array of hardware improvements to survive the toughest terrains of today’s seismic operations.
Excited about using a different computer and operating system to manage data download and transcription? Or using two separate recording systems for hybrid ops? We didn’t think so. All INOVA recording systems are powered by a robust software called iX1 that consolidates source control and hybrid system spread management into one simplified view for the Observer. We thought you might also like to see data download and transcription progress within the same software, so we created a module for that too. Can we get you anything else to make your system more enjoyable?Learn More
Hawk HD System Specs
|Sensors Supported||1,2, or 3 channel analog; 1 -3c Digital optional|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
|Data Storage||16 GB per FSU|
|Power Consumption Per FSU||155 mW (1-channel analog);190 mW (3-channel analog)|
|Weight Per FSU||0.9 kg (2lbs)|
|LED Status Indicator||Station, Sensor, GPS, Battery|
|Wireless Communication Interface||Wi-Fi|
INOVA introduces HyperSource, an innovative communication method extends the reach of source operation on large scale 3D seismic surveys. HyperSource is an innovative approach to overcoming current radio technology limitations and is a new feature available in INOVA’s G3i HD cable acquisition system with iX1 acquisition software. HyperSource consists of a hybrid, wired and wireless, communication network available for access by distant source crews on a project operating where logistically convenient for efficient production. In a high productivity vibroseis example this might consist of multiple vibroseis fleets operating within or even beyond the perimeter of the active patch spanning 10’s of kilometers from the recording truck.
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